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Why Chinese rubber so cheap! (15)

 Why Chinese rubber so cheap!
by Doofiz 15 years ago
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The following message (subject: Re: Why Chinese rubber so cheap!) was posted by bes, on 7/8/2005 11:26:10 PM:
Depends on your game, skill, and preferences. If you have a good backhand with strong drives and consistent, spinny loops give the F2 a shot.

If (like most of us) you are aspiring to this, the F3 is probably a better choice.

Another choice (other than F3) would be Donic Coppa Tenero or Tagora. Tenero is a fabulous learning rubber. Unglued is has moderate speed, escellent control, and very good spin. If your backhand gets really good, just add speed glue. Speed glued Tenero gets very fast and silly spinny while retaining fairly good control (FAIRLY good).

There are surely scads of other good choices, but you brought up Donic products...

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