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    Backhand rubber for forehand short pips

    What are Good rubbers for my backhand?
    I play with rakza PO( short pips) on my forehand also I have Good technique
    I am 14 years old and I started playing table tennis when I was 10.
    now i use tibhar evolution mx-p
    and blade butterfly Primorac japan OFF-
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    What do you use now? any rubber that can make spin would be fine.

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    I have a couple of the Primorac Japan blades, very nice blades!!
    what don’t you like about the MXP on your BH that you are currently using??
    Do you twiddle between rubbers? Or just use the short pips only on FH?
    Have you asked your coach what they recommend?
    As your coach knows you better than any of us on the Forum, that would be my 1st point of call.

    MXP is a fast rubber, with good spin, but can lack some control, especially for up and coming players that are still learning.
    As Lula said anything with good spin is ok, for more control and less speed then there are good alternatives to MXP, Aurus Soft, or FXP from Tibhar, Rakza 7 or Rakza 7 soft and so on ......

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