Ha, ha I play with that exact combo, so Yes case closed...
Then if you are using Tenergy 05 FX on your backhand , case is NOT closed because you claim the opposite of Kranga is saying because Dan SaidHa, ha I play with that exact combo, so Yes case closed...
Has nothing to do with what anybody says,
So it’s based on my own experience.
But you are the one who dragged in Dan (& Kreanga) into this discussion but now you are backtacking to your own experience LOL
Thats just your interpretation…
I have no problem with your comparison of Rakza 7 & Rakza 7 Soft similar to Kranga's comparing Tenergy 5 & Tenegrgy 5 FX
But using the same logic , Kreanga confirms what I said, which is that Tenergy 5 has a flatter tajectory and lower throw angle than Tenergy FX
So I would conclude along the same lines that Rakza 7 has a flatter tajectory and lower throw angle than Rakza 7 Soft. (unless Rakza 7 has a very different top sheet (pip) structure and / or is lot more stickier than Rakza 7 Soft, which I doubt)
So this is my CORRECT interpretation.
Sorry I di not mean to hurt your feelings or insult you . I also admitted in the very beginning that I wil apologize if I am wrong but now I am sure I was correct
But it is ok if you won't apologizre & admit you were wrong just because it is below you to admit to me that you are wrong..
Which is fine because I have seen 100s of posters with the same mentality over the years in these forums (because of their misplaced anger against me because I complain about the ITTF) & one infamous one (not you) stands out in my mind. It is OK.
It may be only verifiing the fact that you played with Tenergy & Tenergy FX but in the context of throw angles it only verifies that your belief that softer rubbers have a lower throw angle is incorrect.verifies my own experience.
LOL great observation. But don't feel bad. A large amount of clubs are like this .honestly i hated where i was playing, the place is full of people that just want to top spin without any strategies
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