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H3 Neo vs TG3 Neo : TG3 Neo is lighter, a little faster.

H3 Neo is slower, but spinnier.

TG 3 Blue Sponge : Really bad, the sponge is too soft. Dont buy it.
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Which is better for the backhand? H3N, TG3, or go looking for something else?
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Depends what style you play on the BH side...loop, chop, drive, smash?
 
Some of the top CNT use tenergy on the backhand side.  Since the BH can't generate as much speed as the FH side.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote zheyi Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03/23/2012 at 1:15am
Originally posted by the_theologian the_theologian wrote:

Originally posted by zheyi zheyi wrote:

Originally posted by the_theologian the_theologian wrote:

wow my post above just made me realize that I've stuck with TG3neo in red on my forehand for nearly five months now.... that's not very EJ-litically Correct of me

I do have one rubber waiting on me for forehand testing though: TG3 neo in black Smile
Your 2.15 has any hardness? If not U think around what range?
 
well, my 2.15 is the unmarked commercial one sold by ttnpp. i also tried a 2.2 marked hardness one which said 39 degrees. the 2.15 unmarked feels a little bit harder to me; maybe 41, hard to say
think I will give up the idea of buying a unmarked sheet. Even at 40 degree, its quite hard n fast too. More playable after a few weeks when the topsheet softer and slower.
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Originally posted by power7 power7 wrote:

Depends what style you play on the BH side...loop, chop, drive, smash?
 
Some of the top CNT use tenergy on the backhand side.  Since the BH can't generate as much speed as the FH side.

Definitely topspin smash game and I can generate speed using the same whipping motion with wrist as I do on my forehand. But I have to be able to sink into the ball so I can catch it and whip through it. Not sure any of the Chinese rubbers are proper. The Tuttle Beijing IV is OK but a little sluggish and I am not too excited about spending Tenergy prices if I can find something that is more reasonably priced. The Tensors are just not for me. I can use Joola Phenix but I thought maybe the TG3 might work but I have never tried it. 
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If you want to try chinese rubber on BH. Please use the light rubber, they have the same characterisation as ten 05. So for me, TG3 neo is the best one.
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Originally posted by HowToPlayChineseLoop HowToPlayChineseLoop wrote:

If you want to try chinese rubber on BH. Please use the light rubber, they have the same characterisation as ten 05. So for me, TG3 neo is the best one.

Thanks. I have some Tuttle Bejiing IV which is pretty light on the BH right now and it works pretty well. I was just wondering if I could get more action using the Neo rubbers on the BH. I will give it a try. Thanks again. 
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Basically you want a hitting rubber.  If tenergy are out of the question, I've been reading reviews of Xiom Sigma Pro and Adias P5 that are suppose to play like tenergy...they are on my short list of rubbers to try, I know what you mean about the price of Tenergy.
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Originally posted by power7 power7 wrote:

Basically you want a hitting rubber.  If tenergy are out of the question, I've been reading reviews of Xiom Sigma Pro and Adias P5 that are suppose to play like tenergy...they are on my short list of rubbers to try, I know what you mean about the price of Tenergy.

Thanks for the suggestions. I have tried the Tensor ESN rubbers (e.g. Rakza) and they don't quite work for me. For me, they lose their vitality very quickly and while somewhat less expensive than Tenergy, still quite expensive. The Beijing IV is reasonable but doesn't quite have the dynamics I am looking for. Thanks again for the recommendation. 
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Originally posted by HowToPlayChineseLoop HowToPlayChineseLoop wrote:

H3 Neo vs TG3 Neo : TG3 Neo is lighter, a little faster.

H3 Neo is slower, but spinnier.

TG 3 Blue Sponge : Really bad, the sponge is too soft. Dont buy it.
the #22 blue sponge is a different story. It plays much better than the orange.
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I think TUCO uses this on his FH.
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Originally posted by HowToPlayChineseLoop HowToPlayChineseLoop wrote:

If you want to try chinese rubber on BH. Please use the light rubber, they have the same characterisation as ten 05. So for me, TG3 neo is the best one.
imo, I don't think is a good bh rubber as I even has problem control it at fh. Unless just for blocking.
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Most players that use what they will tell you are real rubbers (t05 or tensors) will also tell you that TG3 is a better backhand rubber than forehand, they don't mind it on the backhand as a slow spinny control rubber
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is anyone can compare this rubber to Skyline 3-60 or Hurricane 3-50 in terms of speed
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My Tg3 neo was faster when trying it with H3-50 on the other side
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FH: RakzaX, TG3 NEO,
BH: any fast and light rubber
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thank you Kolev
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