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You both speak quite a lot about bats and spin, but what contribution is there from a tttable, especially ones in athletic stadium that dont even get dusted let alone serviced? How also can i overcome resulting problems? Go elsewhere to play
That is a bit more difficult to alter on your own. I think the main thing is to be able to adapt to different types of bounces. It usually will only take a few minutes to adjust.
This is one reason I think we shouldn't stress too much about the ball and the racket so much as whenever we play in a different venue the venue itself makes a difference to the game. The temperature, lighting, bounce of the table, floors... Probably more than the subtle effect between two similar rubbers.
Learning to be adaptable is a good skill to develop in training.
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