Replacing old Table tennis rubbers

Table Tennis Equipment

Last updated 8 years ago

swaroop dhulipalla

swaroop dhulipalla Asked 8 years ago

Hello Alois , I have seen your video about table tennis rubbers and your advice was to replace rubbers every 3 to 4 months and your test to check whether it is time to change the rubber by rubbing the tt ball on the rubber is quite old but it has now got into the tune of my playing style but the ball doent grip anymore.what do u think-should i change the rubbers or leave them?

Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 8 years ago

Hi Swaroop,

You should change them if you are looking to develop your game.  If you can't generate spin it will make it difficult to develop your strokes.

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swaroop dhulipalla

swaroop dhulipalla Posted 8 years ago

Actually it is spinning quite well.its like it has fine tuned into my playing style


carlos crovetto

carlos crovetto Posted 8 years ago

alois i have problem to replace my old backhand rubber, my coach  stick it, bit i dont kown,and know i cant change it, is too sticked it to my blade, exist a secret or a technique to do this? or simply i have to destroy my old rubber to change it, please help.

PD: im thinking to use a solvent to do this, it'll works?

Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario from PingSkills Posted 8 years ago

A solvent if the best solution.  You still have to progress slowly.

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