The 7 Best Table Tennis Rubbers in 2021: Buying Guide and Reviews
- #1. Butterfly Tenergy 05 (Our favorite)
- #2. Yasaka Mark V.
- #3. DHS NEO Hurricane 3 (Budget choice)
- #4. Butterfly Dignics 05.
- #5. Yasaka Rakza 7.
- #6. Tibhar Evolution MX-P.
- #7. Xiom Vega Pro.
Beside this, which table tennis rubber has the most spin?
Rubbers by Highest Spin
|1.||Donic Bluestorm Z1 Turbo||9.6|
|2.||Tibhar Grip-S Europe||9.6|
|3.||TSP Super Ventus||9.6|
|4.||Butterfly Dignics 09C||9.6|
People also ask, what is the stickiest table tennis rubber?
|1.||999 Super 999T||8.9|
|2.||Friendship/729 Battle II||8.9|
|3.||Nittaku Hurricane Pro III Turbo Orange||8.8|
|4.||Friendship/729 Battle II Provincial Blue Sponge||8.8|
What rubbers do professional table tennis players use?
Tibhar Evolution MX-P
This is an increasingly popular rubber used by many professional players, including Paul Drinkhall. It is fast and spinny. It has a slightly lower throw compared to a rubber like Tenergy 05 (see below), which makes it a little easier to keep the ball on the table in my opinion.
Rubbers by Highest Speed
|1.||Donic Bluestorm Z1 Turbo||9.5|
|2.||Tibhar Evolution MX-P||9.5|
|3.||Gewo Nexxus XT Pro 50 Hard||9.5|
Manufacturer’s estimate the ‘lifetime’ of a rubber to be 50 – 90 playing hours, but don’t panic! Most competitive players change their reverse or long pimple rubber within 12 months. Short pimples or anti spin rubbers last longer.
Butterfly makes better quality paddles in general, but Stiga’s wood is softer compare to new Butterfly paddles. the newer butterfly paddles (Viscaria, Timo Boll ALC…) the wood are known to be harder than older ones(a few years back). In China, people sell older Viscaria at higher prices.
Top 10 Best Backhand Rubber for Modern Table Tennis
- Butterfly Tenergy 05.
- Stiga Mantra M/H.
- Butterfly Tenergy 64.
- Tibhar MX-P.
- Nittaku Fastarc G-1.
- DHS Hurricane 3 (38 Chinese hardness degree)
- JOOLA Rhyzm-P.
- Yasaka Rakza 7.
A general rule of thumb based on average length sessions 2-3 hours is, number of times played per week = number of changes per year. So if you play 2 times per week you should change no less than every 6 months if you are seriously training etc.
If you think that you are an all-round player then your best choice would be an all-round wood. If you are an offensive player, choose a faster blade which has a speed rating over 70. Most 5 ply blades are in the all-round range (50-70). 7 and 9 ply blades are faster for offensive play and provide extra strength.