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    Unforgiving backhand rubber

    Hello folks, yes you read that right 😂 I'm rather looking for UNFORGIVING backhand rubber if such thing exists. I blv there is an educational value in that drawing a parallel to the DHS NEO 3 on the forehand side. But I'm not sure such thing exist , I would appreciate it if anyone has an insight ...

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    Unforgiving backhand rubber

    Hello folks, yes you read that right 😂 I'm rather looking for UNFORGIVING backhand rubber if such thing exists. I blv there is an educational value in that drawing a parallel to the DHS NEO 3 on the forehand side. But I'm not sure such thing exist , I would appreciate it if anyone has an insight ...

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    Why don't you just use Neo 3 on your BH then.

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    Dignics 64. It's good but has very little fault tolerance.


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    It will be a tie between Yasaka Anti Power and Tibhar Grass D-Techs.

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    By unforgiving, what do you mean?
    Do you want less grip?
    Do you want extra-low throw angle?
    Do you want extra high power input requirement?
    Do you want something super-sensitive to the hit angles?

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    Take a look at LOKI - T3. Fast and hard. https://revspin.net/rubber/loki-t3.html
    Or perhaps the Sanwei - Target National (New). Really fast and spinny. https://revspin.net/rubber/sanwei-ta...ional-new.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by damszelfly
    By unforgiving, what do you mean?
    Do you want less grip?
    Do you want extra-low throw angle?
    Do you want extra high power input requirement?
    Do you want something super-sensitive to the hit angles?

    A rubber with the same requirements as a H3 Neo but more suitable for Backhand: Requires commitment, does not forgive placement errors, not very dynamic, etc...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zwill

    Dignics 64. It's good but has very little fault tolerance.

    Sorry I have to disagree. I’ve used T64, T05, D05 and D64. D64’s topsheet is slightly more tacky than T64. The D sponge is also slightly harder. As a result I find D64 less bouncy and more controllable. It beats a lot of rubber in terms of control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Equaaz

    A rubber with the same requirements as a H3 Neo but more suitable for Backhand: Requires commitment, does not forgive placement errors, not very dynamic, etc...

    That would be the normal H3 😂


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    Quote Originally Posted by lodro

    That would be the normal H3 😂

    What about normal H2? 😁 (And of course, with at least 40 deg hardness)

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    Quote Originally Posted by damszelfly
    What about normal H2? 😁 (And of course, with at least 40 deg hardness)

    This i do not know as i never played with a H2, sorry


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    Quote Originally Posted by Musaab
    Hello folks, yes you read that right 😂 I'm rather looking for UNFORGIVING backhand rubber if such thing exists. I blv there is an educational value in that drawing a parallel to the DHS NEO 3 on the forehand side. But I'm not sure such thing exist , I would appreciate it if anyone has an insight ...
    H3 42 degree hardness. Use non-boosted. It will be very unforgiving both in your BH and FH. Now it will fulfill all your desires and wishes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gozo
    H3 42 degree hardness. Use unboosted. It will be very unforgiving in your BH and FH. Now it will fulfilled your desire and wish.
    Absolutely. and if this does not satisfy, there is always Loki RXTON 5 😂.............. or a Bourbon with Coke 😂

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    I think ESN rubbers are more unforgiving than tacky rubbers. Forgiving means when you didn't hit the ball correctly, the ball still lands on table but poor quality. Unforgiving means you either get a good quality shot or fail to land it on table.

    Tacky rubbers can general spin easier but harder to do a quality shot. It doesn't match the idea of unforgiving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gozo
    H3 42 degree hardness. Use unboosted. It will be very unforgiving in your BH and FH. Now it will fulfilled your desire and wish.

    I bought Prov 41 BS for FH and 38 i believe standard normal H3 for BH, glued to Long 5X, i asked the coach t boost them both, but i didn't test them yet, maybe this week when i go, now another coach told me that the boosting will fade and wear off by the time, so does that mean it will return back to normal case as unboosted or worse? I won't boost them again later even if it is possible, i just don't want to changing rubbers that much, and i hope that both rubbers will do fine for me compared to T80 it has before on both sides before they are dead, didn't like T80 anyway.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mocker88
    Take a look at LOKI - T3. Fast and hard. https://revspin.net/rubber/loki-t3.html
    Or perhaps the Sanwei - Target National (New). Really fast and spinny. https://revspin.net/rubber/sanwei-ta...ional-new.html

    Ha, I use T3 for bh. Its not unforgiving. Its a very good rubber

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    Quote Originally Posted by SFF_lib
    Sorry I have to disagree. I’ve used T64, T05, D05 and D64. D64’s topsheet is slightly more tacky than T64. The D sponge is also slightly harder. As a result I find D64 less bouncy and more controllable. It beats a lot of rubber in terms of control.

    That's okay.

    I forgot to mention D64 is very unforgiving for the wallet too.🤡

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    I will throw in the Nittaku Goriki Kaisoku

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    I will throw in the Nittaku Goriki Kaisoku
    I have that rubber on my try list, just didn't purchase it yet. Something also odd to use (and demanding on faster blades): Victas VS>402 Double Extra - an inverted rubber on 50° euro sponge, but contrary to many other rubber topsheets, it has its underlying pips arranged horizontally, which makes for lower throw angle.

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