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Actually i feel the same way too. Mxp can outspin aurus prime.
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Out of topic: how long before the booster in MX-P is totally gone. Does that change dramatically the playing characteristics of this rubber? From what I understood the Rhyzer 48 changes after month or so
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Originally posted by Kolev Kolev wrote:

Out of topic: how long before the booster in MX-P is totally gone. Does that change dramatically the playing characteristics of this rubber? From what I understood the Rhyzer 48 changes after month or so
About 3 weeks to 1 month, it makes the rubber feel a lot harder and not to my taste, starts like Tenergy hardness but then it bricks once the booster wears off. Still plays well but I like to reboost afterwards
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Thanks. I really hoped that you would answer differently. All those new generations ESN seem to have the same problem. I don't like the idea of reboosting every month, cause anyway it won't be the same
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Originally posted by Tommy16 Tommy16 wrote:

 Rhyzer is a first rubber which has actual feel of old speed glued rubber. Rhyzer remains me of good old days when I practiced quite hard and played with heavily glued Mendo Mp. When I was in great shape it was pure pleasure to play with Mendo Mp but when I cut down my practice hours it became too demanding to control.

Very interesting! I used to play with a glued up Mendo MP too in the late 90's! When I restarted after 14 years absence - I bought it again - and used it glued at 1st out of nostalgia and then boosted - I still could play against good players playing with modern rubbers - Mendo MP was still VERY fast.

It does however lack spin on pushes and serves compared to modern rubbers which are very grippy. 

Eventually I replaced it with Adidas P7 which is slower but safer and spinnier.

Fast forward to now...I've been not playing for 2 years and Adidas p7 no longer exists!!!!! And...there's the new ball....

Do you think the Rhyzer would suit me since I loved the Mendo MP? Is the Rhyzer spinny on short pushes and serves too?
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Yes Rhyzer 48 is very spinny on serves. Short pushes are not really easy to excecute since this rubber is really fast. I found that black sheet has more booster and feels firmer than red ones. But I only tested one black and 2 red sheets so this info might not be accurate. Topsheet of Rhyzer wears out quite quickly and that is a main reason I went back to Rasanter 47 which is a bit milder version of Rhyzer with better topsheet (imho). So if I were you I would start with Rasanter R47 since it is a quite safe bet. I have played through whole post speedglue era so it is possible that my memory doen’t serve me right tough:).

Edited by Tommy16 - 07/15/2018 at 5:33am
What is the point of playing safe shots when you can miss with style

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If you reboost it once imo it will always play a bit softer than usual, or at least the perception of, as you are stretching the topsheet akin to 05 towards 64

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