Category: Table Tennis Product Info
Table tennis rubber is one of the biggest investments players make in the sport. A new sheet of rubber, right out of the package, is beautiful and clean and fresh. As soon as you play with it – in no time at all – dirt, oil, dust, grime, nicks, and dead spots find their way onto your originally pristine rubber. Without proper cleaning and care, your rubber will get old quickly. So it is a good idea, both performance-wise and budgetwise, to do everything you can to prolong the life of your rubber.
Perhaps their new STIGA table from Paddle Palace helped the Trail Blazers come out winners last night ??!?
The review on Airoc Astro M is now here!
There are many benefits of practicing with a table tennis robot, and there are a few risks of practicing with a robot. When practicing with the robot, you can choose specific areas of your game that need work and target those areas over and over until you have reached perfection. You can practice looping, flipping, blocking, footwork, and many other aspects.
Need a Practice Partner? Paddle Palace offers four programmable robots.
The New Carbonado Blades – Now Available at Paddle Palace
Jim Butler plays with JUIC’s Stellan Bengtsson Alpha blade. He is a four-time US Men’s Singles Champion, two-time Olympian and a current member of the US National Team. Control is the name of his game and is one reason why he uses the Bengtsson blade. Hear from Jimmy why he is so successful with this blade.
The introduction of the new plastic “Poly Ball” for table tennis has created a lot of excitement in the table tennis world. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions with answers direct from Paddle Palace
In this series of videos, Stellan Bengtsson, world-class coach and former World Champion, reviews his JUIC Stellan Bengtsson blades, JUIC Lafita blade, JUIC Nano Spin II rubbers, and JUIC 999 Rubbers
Stellan Bengtsson talks about the different types of table tennis rubbers.
In this video, Stellan Bengtsson, former World Table Tennis Champion and world-class coach, answers the question, “Why do you like JUIC blades?”
In this video, Stellan Bengtsson, former 1971 World Champion and world-class coach, shares his thoughts on choosing a good table tennis blade.
In this short video, Stellan Bengtsson recommends Paddle Palace as the company to fulfill all your equipment needs. Thank you, Stellan!
We invite you to view STIGA’s 70th Anniversary Video. During our 70 years a lot of things have happened in the world of table tennis. World Champions have come and gone, rules and surroundings have changed, new and innovative products have been developed. This is a history we want to share with all of you!
Presenting the newest rubber from STIGA! Adopted for the upcoming poly ball with the new Oxygen Capsule System. Available soon in S and M.
Available Now– DONIC Bluefire JP 01 and JP 03! This is a new type of rubber in combination with the proven, dynamic blue sponge but with a somewhat finer pored structure. This lends the rubber sensational feel, with maximum catapult and a very high arc of the ball. The very grippy, taut but elastic top surface rubber produces maximum spin when top-spinning and fantastic control due to increased contact on the bat.
Paddle Palace Gluing Tips for how to glue table tennis rubber to your blade. Instructions include when to change rubber, removing old rubber, applying glue, and cutting the rubber.
Winner of the Men’s Singles title at the GAC GROUP 2012 ITTF World Tour Grand Finals in Hangzhou in December 2012, China’s Xu Xin is the new World no.1. The devastating left handed pen-holder, who will celebrated his 23rd birthday on Tuesday 8th January 2013, replaces colleague Zhang Jike at the top of the Men’s World Rankings. On the lists published by the International Table Tennis Federation on Friday 4th January 2013, Zhang Jike, the reigning World champion in addition to being gold medallist at the London 2012 Olympic Games and top of the rankings since July 2012, falls one place to no.2.
About a month ago I picked up two sheets of Q1 XD from Tibhar to try them out. I had played with the Q1 original sheets before and the sponge was too soft for me. When I played with XD, which has a harder sponge, I was really impressed with the consistency of the trajectory that the ball enters and exits the rubber. I was also impressed with the amount of spin the rubber generates, even though it doesn’t look or feel grippy.