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      mat is offline
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      Nittaku Fastarc C-1 or Nittaku Fastarc S-1

      Hi,

      I am allround player with yasaka classic blade and andro hexer grip sfx on bh and Tenergy 80fx on fh.

      My style of play is allround from blocking, short pushes, drive, spin, loops.

      I am in doubt to change rubber on fh - tenergy is great rubber, but maybe I would like to have similar with less sensitive on spin and similar hardnes - not harder. So I am woindering to get Nittaku Fastarc C-1 or S-1 on fh.

      so what is the difference between C1 and S1 in terms of:
      - speed
      - harrdness
      - spin sensitive
      - control

      And also which rubbers are having same (similar) characteristics as C1 and S1, your expereience?

      REGARDS
      Last edited by mat; 1 Week Ago at 07:59 PM.

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      Fastarc C1

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      I love Fastarc C1 and G1.
      C1 really "catches" the ball and throw it back out. The throw is high, almost too high for forehand. If thats what you are going for, then go for it.
      G1 on the other hand is VERY good on forehand. Its hardness and medium high throw really encourage you to hit hard, and harder on forehand. It helps you to develop confidence.
      S1 felt very soft, and has a low throw. It wasn't my cup of tea at all.

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