nittaku fastarc P1 ( fast , durable ) 2) nittaku fastarc G1

Salam sir. I need to ask u that my wood is fast. Local wood but too fast. Currently i am using yasaka volmo over it at forhand. Now i want to switch my rubber because i can't do drive near the table . I have two options. 1) nittaku fastarc P1 ( fast , durable ) 2) nittaku fastarc G1 ( stacky ) Please tell me which one i chose?. My play style is penhold attacker. Please reply me really fast Waiting for your response. Your viewer Gamer


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    Hello Gamer,

    First of all, thank you for reaching out with your question. I'm glad to help you improve your table tennis game. It's crucial to have the right equipment that matches your playing style, and I appreciate you sharing some details about your game.

    Given your description as a penhold attacker with a fast wood, it's important to choose a rubber that complements your style and helps you improve your close-to-the-table drives. Here's my recommendation:

    I suggest you go with the Nittaku Fastarc G1 rubber. This rubber is known for its tackiness, which can provide excellent spin potential, especially for close-to-the-table play. The tacky surface of the G1 can help you grip the ball better and generate more spin on your shots, which is vital for an attacker like yourself.

    While the Nittaku Fastarc P1 is fast and durable, it might not provide the same level of control and spin as the G1, which is what you need for your style of play. The G1's tackiness will give you the added advantage of spin and precision in your drives near the table.

    Remember, the rubber alone won't do wonders; it's important to practice and adapt your strokes to make the most of your new equipment. So, give the Nittaku Fastarc G1 a try, and I'm confident it will help you improve your close-to-the-table game.

    Keep practicing and stay dedicated to your training. If you have any more questions or need further guidance, feel free to ask. Good luck with your game, Gamer!

    Best regards, Coach EmRatThich PingSunday Table Tennis Channel

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