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I am not sure on this one. I like the spin generated from Tenergy and Vega Pro.
In my club is a guy, who borned in times of WW2.He is able to generate more spin with my yasaka mark V, than me with tackiness, spin art, xiom europe, tenergy's and so on.
In my opinion most of the spin is in your hand. Rubber adds a lot less than good touch.Alois should record a video, where he uses a rubber boot or pingskills rook to show how much spin comes out of cheap gear :)
i'm in accord in what hannes said... i was so sad with my game because i felt that my service wasn't too much spiny i i think that it was because of the rubbers....
Now... i practice a lot my serve watching the V. Samsonov serve video response, and my serve is turning too much spiny--- thanks for answering..
Very good.Better invest money into theory, than into equipment at start.That pingskill serving dvd is way better than watching pros serving.They really explain all serving stuff there and in a way, that even my grandpa's dog can understand.
Been there, done that.
DHS Skyline II Neo is a good rubber for generating spin, I do agree with Henry. But, those who are used to euro / japanes type of rubber, will face difficulties with the same. Skyline II is a traditional chinese type of rubber with hard sponge, tacky topsheet and slow rubber. Need to bursh a lot to generate spin.
Alois said:"I want to see your grandpa's dog... Can you put it on youtube??? "
Unfortunately I cant anymore :(
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