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    Posted: 08/12/2017 at 2:28pm
Hello I am new on these forum and i hope my english will be ok. I have testet very much blades and i search for a Blade (no 5 ply, because little sweetspot) with a very big Sweetspot because i hit my topspins generally on the edges of the blade like pro players hit with there service.

 Therfore i need a blade with a large sweetspot.

At the moment I play with the Butterfly Innerforce Layer Alc or the Zhang Jike Super Zlc (big sweetspot) and Andro Rasanter R47 ultraxmax. My Playstyle is a good service, topspin with backhand and forhand from both sides, and mostly attack the 3Ball.


I search for a blade with a very big sweetspot, good spin for serving, looping (blade should be powerfull, flexy) and 3 Ball Attack.
I hope you could help me.

With best regards and have a nice day.

Gabriel 
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I may be wrong, but "flexible" and "large sweet spot" are contradictory requirements, so you need to compromise.
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The edges of a blade is the dead spot. That spot is the best place for hitting powerful shots, as it transfers the most energy from the player to the ball. All the shots you list rely on that fact. 5-ply is the best for those shots. A big sweetspot actually makes them harder to pull off.
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Just to answer the question: Tibhar CCA Unlimited and VS Unlimited
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Originally posted by zeio zeio wrote:

...transfers ... energy from the player

Originally posted by mytt mytt wrote:

HELL NO!!! Y'all should rely ONLY on Tensors and Carbon for power!!!! 
Why would anyone ever want to work to produce good shots when you can just spend money for that!? >:(((
 

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Donic Waldner Senso Carbon, amazing sweetspot because of the inner carbon layer. I loved it for blocking. I have one for sale btw in JO Shape for a reasonable price :)
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Originally posted by Fabian1890 Fabian1890 wrote:

Donic Waldner Senso Carbon, amazing sweetspot because of the inner carbon layer. I loved it for blocking. I have one for sale btw in JO Shape for a reasonable price :)

Sorry but while the WSC is certainly a great blade, it's pretty far away from the "big sweetspot" blades like the MJSZLC/ZJSZLC, the before mentioned Tibhars and even other Donics. 
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