Is Stiga Optimum Sync a good blade for a beginner?

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Last updated 10 years ago

Hung Ha

Hung Ha Asked 10 years ago

Is Stiga Optimum Sync a good blade for a beginner? Can I use it with Mark V rubbers to practice the techniques you teach here? I see many people in my country use it with Stiga Boost rubbers, is that better? Thanks.

Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 10 years ago

Hi Hung,

Take a look at this previous question on the blade.  It sounds like it is quite fast so may not be so good for a beginner.  I would go with something slower.

Try our PingSkills Touch which is an excellent blade as it has excellent control. 


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Hung Ha

Hung Ha Posted 10 years ago

Thank you for the answer.

1. I'm from Hanoi, Vietnam and I've never bought something online before. So, can you post your bat to me in Hanoi and how long will it take?

2. I'm using an very old Butterfly Gergely blade with Yasaka Mark V rubbers. Can I stay with this combination?


Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario from PingSkills Posted 10 years ago

Hi Hung,

We can post to Vietnam.  The second option of staying with your current set us is also OK.  That is a good bat and the Mark V is a good rubber.  You may just want to get new rubbers. 


Daumisx Krugliakovas

Daumisx Krugliakovas Posted 10 years ago

could you name some of the good blades for begginers? well i'm abit advanced now and i have stock racket blade but butterfly tenergy rubbers :) now i want to get a good blade that racket would be easyer becouse now its hard as hell :) is it bad to have a hard racket (weights alot ;) )

Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario from PingSkills Posted 10 years ago

Try our PingSkills Touch blade.  I is a soft blade with good control and it is reasonably light.  Others may have other options.


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