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      rubber thickness

      To ensure that players’ equipment is abiding by the rules, the ITTF is piloting a project called: “Thickness measurement on dismantled rubbers”.

      The pilot project, which started at the ITTF Challenge Croatia Open this week, aims to ensure that the rubbers from professional table tennis players, used by ITTF tournaments, are following the rules: < 4.00 mm.

      4.00 mm ???????? two rubbers or only one ????

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      Try changing the color of the text and you Will get more answers.

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      4.00 mm total thickness for a single rubber

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      I have played table tennis for a long time, I never heard rubber more than 2,5mm

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      Quote Originally Posted by jamesmith View Post
      I have played table tennis for a long time, I never heard rubber more than 2,5mm
      That's just for the sponge, the topsheet can be another 1.7 and the glue takes space too so you need some margin.

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      Quote Originally Posted by jamesmith View Post

      4.00 mm ???????? two rubbers or only one ????
      Rubber + sponge. If no sponge is used, maximum allowed rubber thickness is 2mm.

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      Thank you for the information

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      There were 2.6mm rubbers in the 38mm era like tibhar maks and innova ultra light from stiga but they have very thin tops.

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