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I'm Gaurav from India. I'm planning to go for a new racquet. I've been playing with a butterfly wakaba recreational racquet till now and I plan to upgrade to an assembled racquet now. I have an attacking style of play with more accuracy, control & speed on forehand as compared to my backhand. I need a racquet which i can use to drive & deliver top spins with consistency on both forehand & backhand and which also provides me the option of chopping decently. And I need a racquet with good control even if speed & spin are slightly compromised. My 1st question is that considering my requirements, which blade is better out of Joola Rosskopf Allround & Stiga Allround Classic. Secondly, I have decided to use Yasaka Mark V as one of my rubbers(most likely for FH). I need your advice regarding the other rubber(which most probably will be my BH rubber). Mostly I use my BH to chop and block and occasional drives and top spins. I am thinking of getting a rubber with softer feel for BH(let me know if this would be right) & which of the following of my considerations would be suitable: Joola Mambo, Butterfly Sriver/Sriver FX or Donic Coppa Jo gold. Also kindly let me know if you would rather suggest something else considering my requirements.
I am very thankful for your time & effort.
I would go with Mark V on the Backhand but maybe a slightly thinner sponge, 1.5mm.
As for the blade there won’t be much difference between the two. Get whichever one is more readily available or cheaper.
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