Table tennis rubbers
Buy your table tennis rubbers
Choosing the right table tennis rubber can make a big improvement in your table tennis matches. These components of the table tennis blades have the ability to better control the bounce of the ball, create spin or make the blade move faster.
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In addition, we have all the accessories and utensils you need to get the most out of your table tennis table: rackets, blades, rubbers, table tennis nets, shoes, sports fashion, table tennis balls, table tennis robots, table tennis table covers and much more.
Our best selling Ping Pong rubbers
Rubber Tibhar Aurus Sound
Rubber Gewo Nexxus EL Pro 43
Rubber Milky Way Mercury II
When should I change the rubber on my racket?
Table tennis rubbers deteriorate with time and use. When the rubber is worn out, the effect it produces will no longer be the same.
The durability of table tennis rubbers will depend on how often you use your table tennis racket. You can tell it is time to change the rubber on your table tennis bat when you no longer feel comfortable with it.
Rubber Tibhar Nimbus
Rubber Tibhar Genius
Rubber Tibhar Learn Spin
Rubber Tibhar Legend
Rubber Tibhar Nimbus Soft
Rubber Tibhar Nimbus Sound
Rubber Tibhar Norm
Rubber Tibhar Rapid
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Rubber Tibhar Quantum X PRO
Rubber Tibhar Grass D.Tecs
Rubber Andro Hexer Grip GREEN
Tibhar rubber Quantum X PRO Soft
Gewo rubber Nexxus EL Pro 53 SuperSelect
Rubber Joola RHYZEN ICE
GEWO Rubber Neoflexx eFT 48 Green Tec
Rubber Donic Bluestorm Z1 BLUE
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Rubber Hallmark Devil Anti
Rubber Sauer & Tröger Super Stop
Rubber Dr. Neubauer Buffalo+
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Rubber Dr. Neubauer Rhino +
Rubber Dr. Neubauer Rhino
Rubber Dr. Neubauer Power Attack
Which ping pong rubber to choose according to my playing style?
Although the speed of the racket is mainly determined by the ping pong wood, the rubber has the ability to change the spin of the ping pong ball. We can group these rubbers into the following categories of table tennis rubbers:
These are the most commonly used ping pong rubbers. Within this category we find all types of ping pong rubbers, to achieve the speed, control and spin you want.
These ping pong rubbers are designed for defensive players, who play on cut balls. Some players also use them for attacking games where the ball has a destabilising trajectory that is very annoying for the opponent. The long pimples give the ball a lot of spin. The longer and thinner they are, the harder they are to control, but the more they annoy the opponent.
They are not widely used. They are chosen by players who tend to play close to the table, with not very strong attacking strokes.
These table tennis rubbers are 100% attacking. However, some defensive players use them to defend from behind the table. They make it easier to vary the spin and combine it with attacking shots. Short pimples rubbers are used to hit the ball with flat and fast strokes, with aggressive blocks that send the ball a little bit with a cut effect to the opponent. The disadvantages of these short pimples rubbers are that they give less spin for top spin (only to bring up cut balls). We can differentiate between different types of short pimples, depending on their width and length. The wider and shorter pimples are easier to control, although they have less cutting effect on the blocks.
These rubbers provide slowness and do not give spin to the ball. They are used because they help to control the opponent's attacks, as they stop the ball and return it with a "destabilising" trajectory.