Changing rubbers

Table Tennis Equipment

Last updated 12 years ago

mohsen dessouki

mohsen dessouki Asked 12 years ago

Hi Alois & Jeff

I am a silver level player 63 age . my style is a mixture between all round and close to table attacker . I only use 5 strokes , push and block for defence , topspin , smash and fast backhand counterhit when i attack . I am now playing with Tenergy 0.5 FX on both sides .

It is time to change , i am thinking to have tenergy 0.5 fx on the forehand and bryce speed fx on the back . what do you recommend ? and what is suitable for the the above strokes , tenergy 0.5 or 025 ,normal or FX ? or any other suggestion .

thanks in advance and best regards

Dr. Mohsen

Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 12 years ago

Hi Mohsen,

I think you should only change if there is something wrong with the rubber you are using.  If it seems OK then stay with the same combination.  The more times you change rubber the less you will focus on your technique which is the most important thing about improvement. 

Tenergy and Bryce FX are both very good rubbers that will allow you to do whatever you want with the ball. 

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