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DHS Hurricane 3 Neo 42' Ma Long Forehand black
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DHS Hurricane 3 Neo 41.5' Wang Chuqin FH black
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DHS Hurricane 3 Neo 38' Wang Chuqin BH red
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DHS Hurricane 3 Neo 37' Ma Long Backhand red
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DHS Hurricane 3 Neo National 40'(blue sponge)
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DHS Hurricane 3 Neo National 39'(blue sponge)
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DHS Hurricane 3 National Edition 41' blue sponge
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DHS Hurricane 3 National 40' blue sponge
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DHS Hurricane 3 Neo National 40'
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DHS Hurricane 3 Neo National 37'
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DHS Hurricane 3 National Edition 40'
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DHS Hurricane 3 National Edition 39'
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DHS Hurricane 3 Neo National 39'
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96.00€ 81.60€
Xiom Jekyll & Hyde Z52.5
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Butterfly Dignics 80
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Butterfly Dignics 64
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Butterfly Dignics 09C
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Butterfly Dignics 05
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DIGNICS 80
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79.90€
Xiom Omega VII Tour
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Stiga DNA Platinum XH
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Ping Pong Rubbers

All ping pong rackets have special padding that is called a ping pong rubber. Usually, this rubber has two layers – foam/sponge underneath and an actual rubber pad on the playing surface. Ping pong rubbers directly affect the way the player handles the ball, that’s why all professional ping pong players look for a perfect combination of a racket base and a rubber. Let’s now explore how to navigate in the huge range of ping pong rubbers!


Table tennis rubbers are available in black and red colours, and one side of a racket must have a black rubber, another side – a red one. The most common types of ping pong rubbers are:

 

  • short pips – provides more speed but less spin and is normally used for blocking, hitting, and counterattacking;
  • long pips – a rubber with a slower speed, suitable for games in defensive style;
  • antispin – another defensive rubber with a low speed
  • inverted – a smooth rubber with pips in is available in a wide range of speeds and spins and is the best for attacking.

 

Another important factor to consider is the thickness and density of the sponge layer. The thinner the sponge, the more control the player has; the lower the density, the higher the spin rate at lower speeds.

 

Check out table tennis rubbers on pingpongshop.eu and find the best models that suit your individual technique!