Table Tennis Rubber

Review: SANWEI Code OX

Notes for CODE OX OFF: Code (off – with pip texture). Classic defensive chops on incoming top spin loops are returned with very heavy backspin, the second chop becomes extremely difficult for the opponent to lift again. Passive blocks over the table are straightforward and the ball is returned with very little energy and some …

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Review: Target Europe

Notes for TARGET 40+ EUROPE: Similar to Target National with much less tackiness. The overall feel is quickly positive, adaptation is fast. We can feel that we are dealing with a rather hard sponge, playing very gently near the net is possible (the ball does not die down into the net) – there is somewhat …

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Review: Target 90

notes for TARGET 90: Slower than Target Europe and Target National, the throw is rather neutral and the arc is medium. Versatile and control orientated although we have some good speed when hitting, this is by no means a slow sponge. It has great feel. Very good for blocking game and offensive game near the …

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my notes for TARGET PRO BLUE 38,5° : Blue sponge, this is a hard traditional chinese sponge made for fit players with strong technical ability. Tackiness is very high. Needs a bit of break-in before rubber sheet performance stabilises but remains very grippy. It produces lower arc and the throw is sensibly lower than Tenergy …

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