Amateur (Non-Professional) Bats

Table Tennis Equipment

Last updated 9 years ago

Rammi Ali

Rammi Ali Asked 9 years ago

Can I change the rubber that comes on non-professional bats?

Thank you very much.

Rammi from Libya


Jeff Plumb

Jeff Plumb Answered 9 years ago

Hi Rammi,

You can try to. Often on these types of bats the rubbers are stuck on with really strong glues which makes them hard to get off and they can often tear. It certainly can be done but might take a bit of effort.


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Rammi Ali

Rammi Ali Posted 9 years ago

Thank you mr. Plumb!

I just get frustrated by the regular rubbers my game depends on powerful spins and those can't be generated by regular rubbers.

I just started playing 5 months and I still lose to my friend who has been playing since 6th grade and he's 5 years older than I am And he always puts me down and never encourages me for any little progress no matter how little it is and I'm really trying to improve but sometimes I just think I'm better off if I quit it.

 


Jeff Plumb

Jeff Plumb from PingSkills Posted 9 years ago

Hi Rammi,

What bat are you currently using?

Table Tennis can be frustrating sometimes. And if someone is 5 years older than you it can be hard to compete with them. If possible you should try and join a club as they might have a more enjoyable environment.


Rammi Ali

Rammi Ali Posted 9 years ago

right now I'm using the cornilleou 400 and used to play with the 200.

as I mentioned I have been playing for 5 months now and I'm 25. He's been playing since he was at the 6th grade and he's 30 years old now.


Jeff Plumb

Jeff Plumb from PingSkills Posted 9 years ago

Hi Rammi,

I haven't heard of that bat. We recommend the PingSkills Rook as a good bat to learn how to play table tennis. 5 months is not a long time to learn the game. Just keeping working on improving little by little. It often helps to have a focus. For example, you could work on improving your consistency or perhaps your serve. Pick an area and work on that and then move onto another area.

Good luck with it.



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