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    How to choose right rubber for a right blade type ????

    To All TTD experts...
    Please advice me about how to choose a right rubber for a right type of player? I mean a soft rubber with a stiff blade (i.e Stiga Calibra Sound with Stiga Sense 7.6 ) and a soft wood with a medium or hard sponge (i.e Xiom Hayabusa Z+ with Stiga LT or Hexer HD) . Would it make some difference ???
    What are effects of the this on an offensive players ???

    Kindly advice your opinions.

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    Maybe we ought to get in a REAL expert like JRS Dallas (of course he lives in Dallas) to chime in, he really knows a lot. You are barking up the correct tree wondering what does what. At the end of the day, it is how the player feels using it and how disruptive/effective it is vs opponents that is the ultimate measure.

    On the 896, a number of rubbers were so so with power but Andro Rasant stood out on that ALL+ blade as much faster, but on the M. Mazed, I was very unimpressed with Rasant. We will see cases like that and there are good reasons behind it. Hopefully we get some good poster to elaborate better.
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