Donic Crisan Titanium
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Since the introduction of the 40 mm ball, players of all abilities favors quick, stiffer blades in combination with relatively soft, yet dynamic, rubbers. One of the most prominent players in this category is the world no. 10 (at 1/2006) Adrian Crisan.
The pleasant top player from TTF Liebherr Ochsenhausen, winner of many German Championships and Cups, was the most successful player in the Team Event of the last European Championships in Denmark. He was the only unbeaten player! The secret of modern blade manufacture undoubtedly lies in producing a quick, stiff blade which can be easily controlled. Highly suitable for this purpose is the High-Tech product Titanium in combination with the outer hard Limba and inner softer Ayous plies.
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fast blade for shure
personally I thought control was not so good, but I've tried only with fast rubber like CoppaX2 max in both side (and maybe it dipends from me). in the last time I equipped CoppaX3 in the forehand (in the forehand?...yes) living the X2 in the backhand, and I had a betther feeling.
overall this is a nice blade -__^
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