For most players, the best choice of rubber for the forehand is red for European and Japanese rubbers and black for Chinese rubbers.
The main reason for this is that the different playing styles require different levels of spin. European and Japanese rubbers tend to be softer, which means they grip the ball more and generate more spin.
Chinese rubbers are usually harder, so they don’t grip the ball as much and don’t generate as much spin. This difference in playing style means that players who use European and Japanese rubbers need a rubber that can generate more spin, while players who use Chinese rubbers need a rubber that doesn’t grip the ball as much.
Another factor to consider is the type of sponge that is used. Harder sponges tend to generate more spin, while softer sponges grip the ball more.
As a result, players who use hard sponges need a rubber that can generate more spin, while players who use soft sponges need a rubber that doesn’t grip the ball as much.
In general, soft rubbers are better for generating spin, while hard rubbers are better for controlling the ball. As a result, most players choose soft rubbers for their forehands and hard rubbers for their backhands.
However, there are some players who choose to use hard rubbers on their forehands and soft rubbers on their backhands.
This is because hard rubbers are better at generating spin, while soft rubbers are better at controlling the ball. In general, most players choose soft rubbers for their forehands and hard rubbers for their backhands.
However, players tempting use hard rubbers on their forehands and soft rubbers on their backhands they are prepared to be content with the increased difficulty controlling the ball and the costs pending more money on two sets of rubber and one bat.
Is black or red forehand?
Professionals usually use a red rubber on their forehand and black rubber on their backhand because red is usually faster and spins less. On their forehands, the best Chinese players use a black rubber that sticks well.