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eirik daniel

eirik daniel Asked 8 years ago

hey! which rubber is the fastest ever made? i want a REALLY fast rubber in my backhand, im playin with dhs skyline 3 in my forehand and just realized that i cant use tenergy 05 in backhand cause i feel that its too slow, and suggests? i use Timo Boll zlf blade!

Eirik, ps love your videos !!! keep on with the good work !  


Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 8 years ago

Hi Eirik,

Firstly I don't recommend getting a really fast rubber.  It is more important to get the techniques correct and this is really difficult to do with a fast rubber. 

Tenergy 05 is used by a lot of the top players in the world so it won't be too slow.  Think about your strokes and perhaps working at using your body more to generate the speed. 

Thanks for the kind words about our site. 


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Ian Costello

Ian Costello Posted 8 years ago

I think you should buy Mark V rubber. It has good features, I don't have it though. But Alois is right, it hit super fast backhands, infact, if I try to slow spinny loop it, end of story [because of my swing speed,  technique, and wrists]. When I slow spinny loop it, I use my forehand side [but my forehand is screaming to, it's even faster infact].    Thanks,

                                                       Ian.


Ian Costello

Ian Costello Posted 8 years ago

You also need a bat that has enough spin.


Ian Costello

Ian Costello Posted 8 years ago

You can use speed glue to.


Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario from PingSkills Posted 8 years ago

Speed glue isn't legal any more.  It is best to use the water based glues that are legal now.

Ian Costello

Ian Costello Posted 8 years ago

THAT'S CRAZY!

Brayden Lee

Brayden Lee Posted 8 years ago

What about Tenergy 64??? i have been using this for my forehand and it is great.

Ian Costello

Ian Costello Posted 8 years ago

Tenergy series has the best rubber IN THE WORLD! TRUE FACT!


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