Spiniest rubber for backspin

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Last updated 5 years ago

Sidney Haubrick

Sidney Haubrick Asked 5 years ago

Hi there,

Need help finding the MOST SPINNY rubber to play BACK SPIN defense game, close to the table. Very Spinny on serves of course.

To help you to help me, I will inform you how I usually play...

I play really close to the table, I am 6.3 tall and dont have a good drive (top spin), it is too difficult for me to bent and do the proper movement, I am a bit too slow too.

My style of game is much more defensive and forcing the opponent to make errors, I truly love playing BACKSPIN and more BACKSPIN and counter attack on the opponents attack with my very hard and dry SMASH ATACK :D

I am not on the professional level, but play quite well, I am used play with old Chinese hard and very tacky rubbers like Firendship...

but now I want to change and try THE SPINNIEST RUBBER POSSIBLE... VERY VERY SPINNY rubber, I am crazy reading all about.... there are sooooo many videos with comments, some seems to be very commercial to me trying to sell their brand, I trust much more on you guys.

Has anyone heard about NO BRAND 999 rubber? What about it.

Does anyone think Tenergy 05 or tenergy 25 could do well for me, compared to DHS Hurricane 03 NEO, or Andro Rasant Power grip, or even DONIC ACUDA Blue P2????

What are the rubbers you recommend me the most, not too fast but THE MOST SPIN.
Ahhh I play with only one side of the racket.... I don care about price, of course it if is more durable better... I have got a very good sidespin serve, but will follow your guidance to improve it.


Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 5 years ago

Hi Sidney,

You could think about Tenergy with a thin sponge perhaps.  I will hand over to the experts to give you better advice on this.

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D K Posted 5 years ago

I have experience that Stiga Chop&Drive is really spinny rubber,but maybe it would be too slow.

Jean Balthazar

Jean Balthazar Posted 5 years ago

"No Brand 999"? Do you mean Globe 999? There are some reviews here : 999 / 999 National / 999-on-air-lemon-sponge / 999T

If you mostly chop, you'd probably be better of with an allround/defence rubber, rather than an offensive one like Tenergy, which usually don't come in sponge thicknesses below 1.8mm.

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