tenergy rubbers

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yong chen

yong chen Asked 10 years ago

i heard that you guys and as professionals u must have tried tenergy series of rubbers before.i will like to know what type of players are suited for tenergy rubbers and can u help me explain the differences between tenergy 05,25 and 64?your help is much appreciated.cause i am upgrading my equipment

Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 10 years ago

Hi Yong,

Tenergy is a very good rubber.

They suit a high level player that is looking for good speed and spin.

The 05 is the best of them.  The 64 is intended for being a little closer to the table and the 25 from a little further away.

If you are in that range of player, just get the 05. 

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Ian Costello

Ian Costello Posted 10 years ago

The Tenergy 05 is the BEST RUBBER IN THE WORLD!

Ian Costello

Ian Costello Posted 10 years ago

Let some of the experts tell us about that rubber [the Tenergy 05]!

Jeff Plumb

Jeff Plumb from PingSkills Posted 10 years ago

Remember that Tenergy is a very fast rubber and not suited to all levels of player. Tenergy suits experienced players with plenty of control. If you are learning the strokes or are still progressing and developing your consistency then some other rubbers with more control will suit you better. 

Mohammad El Hariri

Mohammad El Hariri Posted 10 years ago

Hi All,


I'm still developing and I read that I should buy a blade/rubber combo suiting the all-around style of play. What do you think of:


Sriver 1.5 mm from Butterfly


JOOLA Wing Medium, Andro Super Core Cell All+Andro Kinetic Supreme All+. and Butterfly Timo Boll All+ 

Is Sriver glued to any of these blades suitable for my purposes? If not, what do you recommend? 

Thanks a lot. 


Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario from PingSkills Posted 10 years ago

Hi Mohammad,

Sriver is a good choice of rubber.  The blades look to be the right speed as well though I haven't used them.  We also have the PingSkills Touch Table Tennis Bats with Mark V which would be suitable. 

yong chen

yong chen Posted 10 years ago

thanks for ur professional advice,i really appreciate it a lot.i think i better don't use tenergy as i am definitely not a high level player with plenty of control

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