Last updated 2 months ago
Hello, could you help me with choosing forehand and backhand rubber? I actually have Victas V>15 Stiff (45 degrees esn) and it feels very slow for me so i want like 48 degrees esn rubbers. My playstyle is looping from mid-distance from table, close to the table i like banana flick. I was thinking about some Gewo rubbers (really nice durability as well) - Gewo Nexxus EL PRO 48 Superselect 2.0mm, Gewo Nexxus EL PRO 48 2.1 mm, Gewo nanoflex ft48 2.1mm (i would take it. for forehand) , Gewo Nexxus EL PRO 50 Superselect (i was thinking about using this for forehand because it is direct and linear) 2.0mm. Could you choose some rubber for forehand and some for backhand?
The answer to your question is that the best choice of rubber entirely depends on your personal preference and the type of playing style you prefer. As you are looking to loop from the mid-distance from the table, and close to the table you like to banana flick, a rubber with a harder sponge and a grippy surface would be best. I recommend trying a few different brands and types to find the right rubber for you. As for a backhand rubber, you should consider keeping it slightly softer than your forehand rubber to provide maximum control while blocking and pushing. Once again, there are many great options available, so it's worth experimenting to discover what works best for your individual style.
Become a free member to post a comment about this question.