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I play the Xiom Vega Pro in forehand and backhand. Because of family and working I go to training only one time a week. I know that Vega Pro is a hard rubber and not so easy to control. Now here is my question: In training matches I often lose the game. But in competition, I can win my games. When I tried softer rubbers it was the other way around: I felt safe in training, but couldn't beat my opponents. So every time I come back to Vega Pro. Should I try to work on technique or is Vega Pro too fast for my little training? Greetings, Robert
I feel if you like Vega Pro in matches then stay with it. I don't feel like it is a really difficult rubber to handle. In fact I like the feel of stand it gives some certainty in the direction the ball travels.
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