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    Posted: 01/17/2009 at 8:23pm
hey guys  i m a new member here hopping that u will answer my question i m having big problems with my bh and dont know what rubber should i use i have tg3 currently on it and was thinking to change it the donic sonex jp gold seems nice what can u tell me about it
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do you want more control or more speed cause it also depends on the sponge
 
soft-control
 
hard-speed
 
i like more control cause im a top spin player so its going to go fast anyways lol so its really all about your playing style
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Tell us what kind of problems with BH you have and let's proceed from there...
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i can do good smashes and alittlte bit of heavy topspin just dont know what rubber should i use
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does having a tacky rubber affect a players playing style

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do you brush or hit into the sponge?

actually a hard sponge has good control, contrary to what jake had said.
although theres a gazillion rubbers out there so theres always gonna be irony.

soft spong is hard to control, espcially during the short game, too bouncy.
eg. i play donic f1 on my fh for pushing, good lord it pops up!
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i brush the ball
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tacky rubber might help you, but u really have to generate your own pace
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no it does not help me at all i use tg3 and sometimes the smashes would go in to the net
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thats cause theres a set of different techinques using different rubber.

euro, medium soft grippy rubbers

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tacky hard chinese.


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If your shots are going into the net with tacky rubbers, then it is probably the stroke and not the rubber which is at fault.
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Horses for courses. If you don't like tacky rubbers then use non-tacky. If you're missing easy putaways then you have bigger problems ahead of you than equipment.
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the problem with your bh isnt the rubber, it's your stroke/technique....!
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so what should i do
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Use TG3 on forehand, don't use tacky rubbers on BH, use grippy rubbers or medium tacky at the most.
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i m using bryce speed on fh and i must my forehand has improved very much since i have been using it is the backhand i m worried about i only bought tg3 because it was cheap so iwant to chage asap so i once i used jp gold i liked it then so can u guys me any taughts about it or shuld i spend little bit more money and buy tenergy.

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