Suitable Blade for me

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Last updated 8 years ago

Bins George

Bins George Asked 8 years ago

Hi Alois, 

I m a beginner. I just bought 2 new rubbers.  Donic Coppa Platin for FH and Joola Express for BH..

Please suggest a blade for me which would be suitable for these rubbers...

And also not sure whether to go with a Carbon Blade or not.. One of my friend suggested Joola carbon

Please help me..



Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 8 years ago

Hi Bins,

Make sure the set up you get isn't too fast.  This is often a problem I see with players.

What level are you?

The blade we recommend is the PingSkills Touch.

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Bins George

Bins George Posted 8 years ago

Hi Alois,


I am a beginner.  Though I can keep ball on the table, I am still mastering the shots.. 

Right now I am using Hybrid Gx on FH and Euro Jumbo on BH..with Butterfly Jonyer H-2 blade..(It was gifted by a senior player)

I want to upgrade to a new racket since the one I am using is too old and..Also I m not comfortable with the handle..(Anatomic)

I hope u can help me to select a Suitable blade ...

Bins George

Bins George Posted 8 years ago

And PingSkills Touch seems to be Out of Stock...

Dhruv Maniar

Dhruv Maniar Posted 8 years ago

As you are a beginner i would advise against custom made bats.You should get a pre made bat which is above average at everything based on that you can find of you would like more or less of speed,spin or control from your next bat...which is where custom bat comes in.If you buy an entirely spinny rubber you wont be able to explore if you are an attacking kind of player and vice versa.Both your rubbers are very nice but i suggest to keep em aside for when you know better about your playin style.I would suggest Tibhar Samsonov Powergrip or Jooa Mistral.Both have nice ITTF approved rubbers and have all round ability,What do you say coach?

Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario from PingSkills Posted 8 years ago

Good points Dhruv.  The other option is to go for the PingSkills Rook which has ITTF approved rubbers on it.

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