Ludwig_Richter on 5/15/2015
I tried this LP when moving from sponged to OX LP because it was supposed to be good for chopping. And it was. I was actually getting more underspin and forcing more errors than with my TSP P1-R 1.3mm, while gaining loads of control. The problem was that I lost a lot in terms of attacking with LP, and I could actually chop-block at the table better with the TSP P1-R with the thick sponge than with this rubber. I moved on to other OX rubbers that can still chop pretty well but also aren't a liability in the short game and on offense.
Capoblanco on 2/1/2015
Agenda is a real allrounder. I was playing with Dorneglanz for a few years and tested Agenda directly in competition, yesterday with very good results . The main differences with Dornenglanz are:
- Much more control
- A little bit slower
- A little less deception and inversion when blocking.
- A lot better for chops away from the table
- Much more control for attacking
- Overall more control in every strokes