Regarding rubbers on both sides

Table Tennis Equipment

Last updated 6 months ago

Lelouch Brittania

Lelouch Brittania Asked 6 months ago

Hi

I was wondering are you allowed to have different thickness rubbers on different sides of the blades. For example i was thinking about having a 2.0 on my forehand (DHS hurricane 3) and a 1.5/1.2 (Friendship 729 FX Super Soft) on my BH for the RPB. Is this legal in TT rules? And if so Is it a good Idea to do so?

Also do you have any videos on how to improve RPB?

Thanks

 

Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 6 months ago

Hi Lelouch,

There is no regulation on uniformity of rubbers on both sides so you can choose different rubbers completely if you like.

A lot of players use different rubbers are their forehand and backhand have different abilities.

We do have a simple video on improving your RPB.  Take a look at the tutorial on Penhold Techniques for Table Tennis.  I think this will help you.


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