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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...

 Stiga Boost TP

Stiga has achieved the ultimate answer for the non-glue era! Boost rubbers with the new TTS Technology with "TransTension Sponge" and new materials generate maximum tension and sponge power. Boost rubbers are fast, bouncy, and with a tremendous catapult effect.

Boost TP (Tension Power) has a medium sponge and is great for the leading players who demand ultimate spin and speed combined with a sensitive touch.

  • Speed: 96
  • Spin:93
  • Control:68
  • Sponge Hardness: Medium

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 Stiga Boost TP Review:
Used it on Acoustic tonight. Max thickness, black.
Sponge hardness similiar to Magna.
Grippy topsheet, better than tensors, Slight tack, that maybe because of the protector sheet, may wear off later. Grip is less than Tenergy but seems as good as most conventional inv. rubbers, say, Sriver etc.
Glue feel; not as pronounced as softish tensors. But plays like it's glued with 1-2 layers.
Speed; seems a bit slower than Tenergy, similiar to med Tensors.
Throw; easily lower than Tenergy and maybe some tensors.
Spin; more potential than tensors. Grippy topsheet helps a lot. Arcs are low, quite effective.

My opinion is based on 2-3 hours playing (mainly friendly matches). So I may revise my comments later. I didn't feel awkward at all from the beginning and got used to it very quick. For me it looks like a better product than Tensors. BTW one of the coaches at the club also had Boost TCs on a fast composite Stiga blade. That also seemed like a promising rubber for players who like glueing soft rubbers like Sriver FX, Samba, Innova UL etc. A bit more tack than TP, bouncy, loud etc. Actualy it reminded me glued up Banda Sigma.
Review by
speaquinox, OOAK forum

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