More punch in your attack strikes
- Knob structure:
The individual knob heads of hate are slightly further apart than the Zargus. When you swipe over it, you will notice that the knobs feel nice to the touch. This allows you to attract topspins on undercuts or on low-rotation balls with easy rotation.
- Knob width:
The top rubber consists of cylindrical knobs that have the same diameter from the knob neck to the knob head. Compared to the Zargus, the knobs are a little longer and narrower. This immediately transfers the speed of your swing to the ball. You can even play catapult-like topspins with small movements and put your opponent under a lot of pressure.
How to play:
Why does your opponent look so dissatisfied?
Such a face just because you’ve already given him an unreachable ball with hate?
The short pimple has a built-in speed glue effect with maximum penetration. You can take the balls early on after the jump and put pressure on your opponent. The big strength is the pressure pad or counter top spin above the table.
Thanks to the perfect energy transfer even with short movements, enormous power and rotation develop in the rubbers. This allows you to respond to standing and slow balls with placed and powerful strokes.
Hatred also makes a good impression in defensive play. Due to its slightly longer knobs, the ball can penetrate deeper into the surface and can be blocked or pushed with a lot of feeling.
The more control you want, the thinner your sponge should be!
The short pimple hate is ideal for the offensive short pimpled player who prefers active shots and who does not want to miss excellent control at a good basic pace.
Even very active strokes can be played with a very low susceptibility to errors.
The hatred is made especially for the point-oriented pimples. Optimal mix between top speed and good control. Dominate your opponent!