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A real low and short no-spin serve can give you some easy points in matches, as they are difficult to flip hard, and they require good timing to push hard. Mix it up with a heavy backspin in the same spot. Remember to get it short, the ball should bounce short on your side close to the net...

 

 

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The T-2 is a nice blade with a great finish. It's feather light, but still seems to be dense enough to really drive the ball well. It's a very fast up close to the table and is pretty consistent in the short game. If you are used to traditional carbon feel blades and you like to play a very light blade this is a good one. Because it's a traditional carbon feel blade you'll find that it doesn't have a great deal of dwell time, and you do lose alot of springiness that you get out of all woods. Clearly you can drive the ball much better though. The throw of this blade is a fair bit lower than traditional all woods too. I like this blade cause it did help with the weight issue that I was having due to having a love of high tack high control Chinese rubbers. This blade cut off 12 gm's off of my last setup with ease. The long average thickness Straight handle is really comfortable, and the detail in the woodgrains that you can see in the end of the handle is just amazing. There is one drawback to this blade. The outter plies are very thin. I guess they are like .7 mm thick. The cut of Cypress wood is great but clearly too thin. If you strike the table you can chip it badly and with relative ease. Also you should put a very thin layer of varnish on the surface because of how thin it is. I thought that the carbon being so close to the surface of the blade was going to make it tough to play a close to the table touch game, but it hasn't been even a slightly difficult change, so don't be affraid of that. For the money, you can't hardly get a better traditional carbon feeling blade.
Review by Skippy (published with permission)

 

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