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Excellent rubber that feels like around 44 with a very grippy, thin surface. Thid way the sponge is thicker, allowing many players to go with the 2.0mm version.

Topspin openers on underspin are well possible, slow or mid fast. They are really spinny and tend to have a low curve on mid fast strokes up to mid high curve on slower topspins.
This rubber also shines on counter topspins whereas it is limited in speed when you have to counter power topspins. You won't be able to add more speed on top then.
Serves are easy and spinny, too. Even the short-short game is well possible with this rubber.
The only real downside of this rubber is blocking. It is really tough to block hard and spinny topspins as the curve is, as mentioned above, rather low and the sponge having quite a catapult. It was way easier for me to block those shots with my Xiom Omega V, though I then missed some gears on my forehand topspin with the O5E.
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Loops are loaded with spin and the quality of every other kind of shot from a push to a drive to a smash is very good if you have decent technique. Dwell time is very good so you can feel the ball very well-- control is very good because of this.
You will make errors if you don't have proper technique because it is a bit springy and has a fairly high throw angle. if you do have good teqnique it has really good control and speed and spin. The higher throw angle does give a developing looper like me some forgiveness on heavy backspin balls. Sensitivity to spin is average.
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Ended up replacing my Tenergy 05 rubber for this one on my backhand to gain more control. Worked perfectly and it's far more cheaper than the T05. If you're lacking control on your backhand then this is definitely the move for you
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Very good rubber not to hard or soft I think the r45 would suit a lot of players because its easy to get on with one of my favourite rubbers for sure I personally prefer this r45 rubber to the r47 the r45 is also slower than the r47 and r48 rubbers The R48 is also a very good rubber its spinner faster and harder than the R45 however the R45 is a great balance of control spin speed and softness unlike other soft rubbers its good in all areas and not too springy try it for yourself I definitely recommend. I hope TTD review this new range of rubbers from Andro soon.
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Ist's a great Rubber. It hast a lot of catapult. Topspin against underspin ist very easy. Good speed and spin. Not as fast as MX-P or Others harder rubbers but fast enough to dominate the game with much more control.
Blocking ist fast with a lot of control. The only problem is the short game. The catapult makes it difficult to Play short and low.
Overall a great rubber!
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Magnificent rubber. Feels fine to be able to open up with ful power even close to the table. Like R48 very grippy but as it is softer easyer to play with and smash close to table. It feels similar to Nittaku C1 but R45 is lighter and feels a litle bit softer.
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