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I'll keep it short this time... :cool::cool:

Has anyone tried it?
I'm looking at it as a controlled backhand loopers choice: spinny pushes, fairly controlled blocks, soft spinny openings against backspin and every now and then some powerloops from half-distance. Brute force only if the ball comes very nicely.
Any similarities to Rasant Grip? What about Rakza X (a bit harder I guess)?
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Dec 2015
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Good friend of mine plays it on both sides (he is the best player in the club). He likes playing from half distance with powerful topspins from fh and backhand. Usually his balls come quite low over the net however I don't know for sure if it comes more from the rubber or his technique. He is very good at looping low balls where others think it is impossible.

However he says it requires a lot of training (right now he is pretty busy with his job and I can see that he plays noticeably more inconsistent on matchday if he didn't get to train that week).
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