Lifetime of the Rubbers

Table Tennis Equipment

Last updated 9 years ago

Gerardo Gomez

Gerardo Gomez Asked 9 years ago

Greetings from Panama PingSkills,

I would like to know what is the average lifetime of the rubbers? After a few months I'm starting to feel like my Topspin backhand isn't going over the net quite often as it was before and I know that my strokes and my technique has improved in those few months. At this point, Could i blame the rubbers?

I have a little bit more than six months breathing and eating Table Tennis.

Best regards,

Gerardo Gomez

Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 9 years ago

Hi Gerardo,

Greetings to you in Panama.

The rubbers may be starting to wear a little. Rubbers last roughly 80 to 100 playing hours. Rub your finger across the top of the rubber and see if they are still grippy. This depends on the type and quality of rubber and also on your style. The harder and with more topspin that you hit the ball the more often you will need to change the rubber.

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Frendy Halim

Frendy Halim Posted 9 years ago

what ? the rubber die so fast ? and also how to make it longer and not die that fast ? and also why if we play with more spin it will die fast ?

Gerardo Gomez

Gerardo Gomez Posted 9 years ago

Thank You So Much Coach!! Its Time to get a new Bat

Frendy Halim

Frendy Halim Posted 9 years ago

so, how to make the rubber can live longer ? and also if it's time for the rubber to die, is it totally die or day to day the rubber have less and less grip until it's die ?

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