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Recently,I was thinking a lot about my style and career..
I started thinking about switching back to dual inverted,though I seem to be indecisible now.
This is what I made:
1)I can chop a topspin down,it does not bounce up to much.
2)I have trained with it last few years
3)I do not need to look on the exact spin while receiving so much.
4)Sometimes I find it useful if I stop the spin while pushing.
1)I do not have almost any other stroke than chop even though I bought the softest pips available.
2)I have some strange form of attack with direct hit,but it is very unforgiving and not effective. Also,I need a long preparation.
3)While at the table,I greatly lack a passive block and slow,spinny loop. I mostly lack it in situations,where I just have time to insert bat,without having some time to twiddle,or in situations,when I twiddle and then get uncomfortable hit to my pimpled forehand.
4)I am often caught in push-to-push rally backhand to backhand unless I move a lot to my backhand,which always ends by opening my forehand half of table completely.
1)I would be able to much better deal with the exchange if forced close to table.
2)I would no longer need the uncomfortable pivot to break the push-push rally. I would also stop interrupting it with pips when I crucially needto keep huge backspin.
3)Enables me to always choose my spin,being independent on the opponent's spin,increase my versatility.
4)Now,when my sight no longer limits me,I can react much faster. My pips are..I would say forcing me to wait.
5)It would force me to increase my spinreading ability.
1)I would probably lose a lot of consistency with my backhand chop and I will probably lose the ability to chop hard shots completely,thus losing my dream style.
2)I would worsen my backhand receive skills
3)I would be unable to use my defensive tactics too much.
What do you think?
Should I try to switch,or not,given the facts that I want to play as well as possible,but I am losing my team thus all possibilities to play competitively?
Give it a try for a couple of weeks. You can always go back to pimples if it doesn't feel right
I think that you have summed up the pros and cons well but that is all dependent on the actual feel when you go out and play with each rubber.
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