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    Posted: 03/02/2010 at 9:14am
According to stiga, xu xin uses boost tx on his backhand. However from the kuwait open it clearly shows he uses some sort of tenergy. Which tenergy do you think he uses?


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prolly t64, like ma long
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t64 is the only one that works well on a wood blade...
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this make no sense, because I know players who play with t05 on petr korbel blade and are better than many players in this forum
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Originally posted by tpgh2k tpgh2k wrote:

t64 is the only one that works well on a wood blade...


strange.... imo, t05 works well with Hurricane hao.
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t05 works well on wood blade.
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for my yeo and joola viva, it feels dead to me unless i really hit into it. it was the same with my off nct...

to me, unless you have a stiff blade, it won't play well
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i think spinart
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Can anyone get a better zoom on the sponge color?

My guess would either be T64 or Bryce Speed.
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Could be T64, BS, Roundell (Soft/Hard), Spinart...
but i think is 64
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can't be bs, that sponge is pretty much red....
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looking better i agree with you, roundell and spinart i dont know what collor is sponge.
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Dammit I could of taken pictures of the pro's blades but I was too focused on them intsead.. anyway this is a cropped part of Xu Xin's picture in the training area in Kuwait open.. If you guys are unsure about the color this can make it clear that it was orange, hope I did someone a favor :P



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Yep prob T64 then from that pic.  Doubt it would be 05. 
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What I really want to know is what kind of gel does Xu Xin use in his hair?
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Asian men rarely use gel, they use wax or clay.
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Originally posted by MildSeven MildSeven wrote:

Asian men rarely use gel, they use wax or clay.


Tell that to my dad.
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Or actually, tell that to all the Vietnamese guys I know. >__>
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Originally posted by qynthnghm qynthnghm wrote:

What I really want to know is what kind of gel does Xu Xin use in his hair?


Asian men rarely use gel, they use wax or clay.

whatever it is...  just get me some!
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Originally posted by MildSeven MildSeven wrote:

Asian men rarely use gel, they use wax or clay.


LOL definitely Gatsby.. xDDD



This might help if someone's eyesight is sharp enough or if they can get a better picture.

Also, does anyone know what blade or fh rubber Xu uses?
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Originally posted by Heimdallalso Heimdallalso wrote:

Originally posted by qynthnghm qynthnghm wrote:

What I really want to know is what kind of gel does Xu Xin use in his hair?


Asian men rarely use gel, they use wax or clay.
 
they use viagra ROFL!!

whatever it is...  just get me some!
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then his setup must be damn heavy for a cpen player!!!
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Originally posted by bbkon bbkon wrote:

Originally posted by Heimdallalso Heimdallalso wrote:

Originally posted by qynthnghm qynthnghm wrote:

What I really want to know is what kind of gel does Xu Xin use in his hair?


Asian men rarely use gel, they use wax or clay.
 
they use viagra ROFL!!

whatever it is...  just get me some!
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Originally posted by iamj8 iamj8 wrote:

Originally posted by MildSeven MildSeven wrote:

Asian men rarely use gel, they use wax or clay.


LOL definitely Gatsby.. xDDD



This might help if someone's eyesight is sharp enough or if they can get a better picture.

Also, does anyone know what blade or fh rubber Xu uses?


i use gatsby..
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It could be T05 or T64. RPB works best with high throw spinny rubbers (favoring T05), but it also likes softer faster rubbers (favoring T64). 
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Originally posted by tpgh2k tpgh2k wrote:

t64 is the only one that works well on a wood blade...


He is right in some way. T64 is the only rubber of the Tenergy series, which works on a wood blade, implied that you aren’t that talented and want to drive, block, smash. T05 is has it’s downsides in that the drives are rather slow.

However, while watching the power of Xu Xins strokes, then a cow flies in the sky, if Xu Xin doesn’t tune his rubbers (both).

Edited by Klaus123 - 10/18/2014 at 4:43pm
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The cheaterˊs backhand rubber? who bloody cares.
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Guys this thread is like four years old
All generalizations are incorrect, including this one.
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lol cheater? How is he cheating ?
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Originally posted by AgReZz AgReZz wrote:

lol cheater? How is he cheating ?


Did you watch the asian game final between the cheater and fan zhengdong?
It was not even a legitimate edge ball, but
the cheater said to the umpire , “ yes, my point ”

This was not the only occasion he had cheated a point. He did
this a few times against various opponents as well. He claimed
a point undeservedly with an edge ball during his match against Timo as well. Replay showed
that it was not an edge ball.
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