> >I am glad it went well for you in San Diego. Sorry I couldn't see you
> >the other players play very often. I was in Hong Kong for most of the
> >you were here. Still I did enjoy the little I saw of your game this
> >Good luck in your training!
> >By the way thanks for looking at the new top sheets I have been secretly
> >working on. The top sheet you "liked" will be hopefully be "married" to
> >really soft sponge. Who knows even you might like the new ***!
> >Sorry we didn't get to play our "rematch" you challenged me to play. As
> >told you at the restaurant (with Barny Jr., Ashu, etc.) at the present
> >I don't think I would be much competition for you, as my level is
> >500 points below the level I was at the last time we played. (Which
> >that high compared to your level even then.) Maybe next year I will get
> >game to a much higher level and make it a more interesting match.
> >will go away for three weeks and train with Fan or maybe I will take up
> >offer and train in China.
> >Good luck at the Teams and the US Nationals.
> hey if you end up going to china, don't forget to take me along as your
> practice partner. I don't think I will try to challenge you again. I
> problems attacking your serves. I'll have to work on my defense. As for
> *** line. If you are really interested in getting some good quality
> ***s. You should probably contact Michael Lavani at (800)TRY-Spin. He
> his spin power *** frrom Japan and shit, it's really good. The sheets
> of very good quality. Maybe he can help you out in some way or show the
I prefer to come up with my own chemical formulae rather than rely on the
manufacturers in Japan or Germany that tell you what you can choose from.
It is more fun and much more challenging a proposition. I have great
respect for Michael and his company. However, we hope that we can produce
*** that can produce more spin than the competition without losing the
speed. Based on the most recent tests I think we are very close to
achieving this goal. (And the topsheet is holding up visually very well!)
Thanks for the "compliments" concerning my very limited game. You are
welcome to come along as my training partner to China but unfortunately I
couldn't afford to pay your airfare.
Good luck in your training and at the Nationals,