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    Posted: 03/17/2020 at 8:04pm
Hello everyone
Im a close to the table agressive player, I have been using a Latika Light, but I dont like it as I did before, I want to find a blade that feels sharp, but with a flexible wood, I like the carbon feeling but maybe its to fast for a close to the table game.
Any suggestion is welcome :) 
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i had latika light and didn't like it, then I bought normal latika. It was better but I still kept looking .....I tried quite some 5ply all wood blades and finally found something that I really like. Andro Novacell Off/S . Flexible, thin and fast. Very light as well. Xiom offensive S wasn't bad either. I am sure there will be many suggestions from members. My only suggestion is - first try and then buy
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Acoustic carbon (outer carbon) is good close to the table
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Yasaka Ma Lin Carbon or Donic Waldner Senso Carbon
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DHS Hurricane 301 - Excellent ,value for money ALC blade... 

If you want an all-wood blade, then there's plenty of 5 and 7 ply blades to choose from .

Tibhar Stratus Powerwood
Stiga Clipper (Sanwei Fextra , HRT Clipper)
DHS Power G7
Nittaku Barwell (Discalimer : I've never played with this blade, but it comes highly recommended)

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Originally posted by Veet Veet wrote:

DHS Hurricane 301 - Excellent ,value for money ALC blade... 

If you want an all-wood blade, then there's plenty of 5 and 7 ply blades to choose from .

Tibhar Stratus Powerwood
Stiga Clipper (Sanwei Fextra , HRT Clipper)
DHS Power G7
Nittaku Barwell (Discalimer : I've never played with this blade, but it comes highly recommended)

i can vouche for the 301,i have been playing with a 301 the last couple of weeks it has plenty of speed en awsome feel almost af much as a 5ply all wood blade or atleast as good as the ones i have tried 

keep in mind this is my experience it can differ person to person 
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I suggest that if you are one to stay close to table and counter-hit or counter-loop incoming topspin balls that you go for an ALL to ALL+ blade with a softer to medium sponge not so explosive fast dynamic rubber.

That setup will allow you to hit harder and still land it. So close to the table, this places tremendous pressure on an opponent.

You have SO MANY CHOICES in this category we could not list even 10% of them.

Every maker has dozens to hundreds of possible combo for this sweet spot.

Even the evil BTY... the Grubba with T05FX is awesum for this task.

Andro ALL with Rasanter 42... ditto.

You get the idea that everyone has a combo or ten for this.
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Very nice suggestion, thank you, I have to say that for counters I usually go some stepts away from the table, there is where I feel latika is very lack of power. I really love the feeling of the Rakza 7 soft, I was thinking about buying a Waldner Senso Carbon(off-) , a Latika 7 (off-) that I think its a new blade, or a Timo Boll W7(off/off-) , do you have any idea if that would be a nice equipment for a mix between close and mid? 

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I have seen so many good comments about Waldner Senso Carbon, I think its the blade I will get. Thank you!! 
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Originally posted by One more TT player One more TT player wrote:

I have seen so many good comments about Waldner Senso Carbon, I think its the blade I will get. Thank you!! 


Yes, WSC is a good blade.   It has senso handle though, so depending on your rubbers, it might be head heavy.   It is not bad, it depends on one's preference.


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