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A 3D tennis game by Wandah. Play different game modes like a single game or full tournament and slam your way through the levels. Play as just a head in this unusual tennis game
Here is a somewhat different idea. I used this road bike bar tape for a pair tennis racquets, with fantastic results on all fronts: appearance, durability, comfort, control, thickness and vibration/shock absorption. This tape will not lose grip even
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In general, I think the grip you use on any of your shots might be a little different depending on whether you're an advanced player or a beginning player. The "choke up" grip shown in that video on volleys looks fine and probably helps beginning ten
I have played table tennis professionally at college level and I never bothered about these stats. These stats do not follow a common standard. I assume that they are put up by the manufacturer as a simple indication of whether the rubber/blade is mo
Updated 10th June 2016 I just compiled a list of top 10 best table tennis rackets which I think is ideal for most people especially for intermediate player. The list will covered those famous brands of best table tennis paddle manufacturers by pickin
A heat-shrinkable sleeve is a protective sleeve placed over wire, hoses and other components required to remain dry and covered. Made of a unique plastic blend, the heat-shrinkable sleeve is placed over a component and then reduced in size or shrunk
Weight A lighter racquet allows greater ease and speed of movement. However, for hitting the shots, a light racquet requires greater effort on the the arm. Otherwise, a heavier racquet offers more power on the ball, without affecting the arm as much
By Jeff Cooper Manufactured tennis racquet grip sizes range from less than 4" for juniors to 4 7/8" for the largest adult hands. This might not seem like much of a range, but the difference even 1/8" makes is surprising. Prolonged use of too large or
Yellow and red cards were first introduced into the game of table tennis in 1991. Yellow and red cards are shown by umpires and referees to players and coaches who break the rules or misbehave during the course of a match or tournament. Rule 3