In our opinion, the best table tennis bat for beginners is the Eastfield Allround. If you’re on a tighter budget, the best budget racket for beginners is the Palio Expert 3.0. If you can’t buy an Eastfield or Palio racket in your country, a genuine DHS A4002 is the next best thing.
Additionally, which rubber is best for table tennis?
Rubbers by Highest Overall
|1.||Donic Bluestorm Z1 Turbo||9.7|
|2.||Tibhar Evolution MX-P 50||9.7|
|3.||Nittaku Hammond CR||9.6|
Besides, how do you choose forehand rubber?
You should choose a denser and heavy rubber on your forehand side. The density can relate to the hardness too, but not (always true. Some Chinese rubber, which is light, and hard. And some bad, and cheap rubber which is heavy but not dynamic, not hard enough.
How do I choose a table tennis bat?
To get a custom made bat, you’ll need to buy from a table tennis shop. Look out for ‘All round’ blades, and rubbers with a high control rating. If in doubt give the company a call. Explain your playing style, what bat you’re currently playing with and how you want your game to develop.
When you pick a ping pong paddle, go for a handle that suits your grip. The basic rule is the penhold grip require a penhold or short handle, while the shakehand grip needs a longer handle (which can be straight, flared or anatomical). If you haven’t already, study the above section on the different types of handle.
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.
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|
Well, Ma Long uses national hurricane 3 blue sponge rubber, 40.5 to 41 DHS hardness scale, 2.15 mm thickness, used with the booster.