Coach CornerEquipmentwhich-blade-of-these-fast-reply-please-d
GallantryX asked 1 month ago

You always reply very quick and fast, but I have to know this 2 days, my brother is in the USA at the moment, and I thought it’s a good way to let him grab the rubbers and the blade with him, so in Walmart, there is butterfly rozena 2.1 which is good, but I don’t know which blade I should go for so I’ve got some options, and please if you can rank them for me, which are \

  • butterfly boll control Allwood blade
  • butterfly tb5 alpha fl blade
  • butterfly tb7
  • butterfly maze advance
  • butterfly boll offensive
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  • keeping in mind that I’m a beginner level, and I’m trying to learn the strokes better, but It’s fine for some speed, and also a good amount of spin is good, thanks!

3 Answers
TomTom Academy Coach answered 1 month ago

I would say the first one would be great, the Boll control all wood blade πŸ‘

GallantryX
replied 1 month ago

can you rank them? because he might not find them, so if he didn’t find it he can then get the other one, and so on

TomTom Academy Coach answered 1 month ago

To be honest I wouldn’t know enough detailed information in each of these blades. But what I would say is to go for an all round and all wood balde for the best control and feeling which is key when developing shots and learning the correct technique πŸ‘

GallantryX
replied 1 month ago

Alright, I’ve asked soo many questions about the racket, thank you so much tom actually, lastly, what’s the items that I need to assemble a blade so that he buys it with him at the same time, appreciate it!

TomTom Academy Coach answered 1 month ago

No problem, you will need white water based glue and sponges to glue the racket as well

GallantryX
replied 1 month ago

does the type of glue matter? or any table tennis racket glue would do the job?

GallantryX
replied 1 month ago

and if there’s a good glue, can you please suggest it for me, I feel like this questions loop wouldn’t end forever πŸ˜€

TomTom
Academy Coach replied 1 month ago

Any white glue which is water based and voc free will work great

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