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We have made a new video review of the MX-D rubber

What it’s said in the video is basically this:

Mxd feels way softer than the declared hardness, overall should be around 49.5/49.8º, a bit softer than mxp50. The topsheet is really soft so you can easily grip the ball when you are out of position, away from table or make opening loops without engaging much the sponge because you don’t hit the ball hard. When you hit the ball hard you engage the sponge and the trajectory of the ball is very aggressive, fast, low and deep on opponent’s table, he can’t counterloop and makes many unforced errors blocking, many many more than while I was using the mxp. 
Block with mxd and forehand flip is way easier due to the hard sponge.
With mxp I must use full force to make a strong topspin, so I made more unforced errors, with mxd the topspin is very strong even if I use 70% full power, so I can make less errors.
With mxd the ball stays more time than other rubbers in contact with the topsheet, so I think it could be a good rubber for backhand too, maybe in 2.0mm, many players that I know are now using it on backhand with good results 



Edited by Jackcerry - 10/15/2021 at 7:26pm
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