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Questions about rackets, or a piece of necessary equipment used in racket sports such as squash, tennis, table-tennis (ping-pong), racquetball, and badminton.

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Regulation 3.02.01 states that only table tennis rubbers authorized by the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) can be used in authorized events. You must ensure that you attached them to you …
answered Mar 15 by Bill Hileman
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believe it needs to exist to give each player the right to inspect the other player's racket and present any suspicious equipment to the umpire for further examination, and possibly disqualification … . Not only are the rubber sheets and rackets themselves subject to limitations of various sorts, even the glue which holds the rubber on the racket can be declared illegal. While a certain method …
answered May 17 by Bill Hileman
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I realize this is an older question, but I think my answer might be useful to other people with the same or similar questions. Anti-spin rubber can take the spinniest of serves and return it virtuall …
answered May 23 '17 by Bill Hileman