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    What rubber/s has/ve more spin than T05 but less speed?

    What rubbers have more spin than T05 but less speed?
    I want a control based rubber with maximum spin but controllable speed.
    The rubber size should be >2.00mm or maximum.
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    donic baracuda,rakza 7

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    There are tons....
    H3, TG3 have tons more spin and at half to 3 times cheaper than T05
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    There are a lot of rubbers that have equal or great spin than T05 and because many are softer they have a ton of control. It sounds more like an issue that you're trying to find something similar to T05 but want the control too. That's hard to define since we have no way of knowing which rubber density you like and what your technique and timing is like.

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    style:fh-loop
    Bh-controled shots but mostly loop.
    Density:<35deg(i prefer soft/fx rubbers).
    I take the ball at its peak or when descending.
    1 more thing-i am not concerned about money,but am not prepared to pay ridiculous prices for 1 sheet though(eg $78 for tenergy)

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    Sir Zaidam you cant loop everything.. you have to be flexible and know diffrent spins for each type of ball. Application of diffrent type of spins for diffrent type of incoming ball. Since you are not concerned about money you can try diffrent brands of your liking ranging from a 36 degrees to 32 degree softness..

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    how much to you train and do you have a coach? if you train enough and can adapt to a harder chinese rubber i would second tony's suggestion of h3/tg3 neo for your forehand.

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    If I were you I'd go for a Donic Bluefire JP 01. It's much softer than T05 and has tons of spin. I used to play with it and I can say it is a very good rubber. The problem with H3 is that you have to tune it to get it softer while JP comes already soft.

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