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      Top 5 Most Popular Table Tennis Rubbers of All Time

      Hey guys, we're back with another video and this time we're looking at the top 5 most popular table tennis rubbers of all time!

      There's a lot of table tennis rubbers out there, and we narrow down what we think are the top 5, not only by performance but due to the way the rubber changed the game and adapted to rule changes and the sport.



      Let us know in the comments what your top 5 of all time are.

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      Has to be Tenergy 05 and Hurricane 3 on top.

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      I actually would suspect that, historically, Sriver L and Mark V are up there in that top 5. Dominant for many years, when TT was much more popular too.

      For the last 15 years or so only, H3 and T05 sound about right, and I couldn’t name obvious other frontrunners.

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      Quote Originally Posted by yoass View Post
      I actually would suspect that, historically, Sriver L and Mark V are up there in that top 5. Dominant for many years, when TT was much more popular too.

      For the last 15 years or so only, H3 and T05 sound about right, and I couldn’t name obvious other frontrunners.
      729/RITC 802? At least if you include China.

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      Isn't JOOLA Samba or Mambo or something like that the currently most selling rubber worldwide?

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      For non-professional players, and for most of the beginners, Tibhar Vari Spin has been sold millions of times !

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      Sriver, mark v , h3, tenergy, bryce.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Xylit View Post
      Isn't JOOLA Samba or Mambo or something like that the currently most selling rubber worldwide?
      Correct! Stiga Mambo #5

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      Mark V, sriver, Tenergy 05 and hurricane 3 are definitely true, but MX-P is nowhere near those 4. It‘s a decent rubber nowadays, but there are so much more from former times, which were much more influencing tabletennis:
      - barna
      - Samba
      - sriver fx
      - coppa
      - Bryce

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      Butterfly Sriver, Yasaka Mark V, Donic Vario, Tenergy 05, Hurricane 3 - and as an outsider: TSP Spectol

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      Yea tenergy is the rubber which is close to perfection in terms of spin, speed and control... i have it on my Infinity vps softer version of tenergy 05 and it is absolutely beast rubber... you can do anything with it block,smash,spin, slice.... so no surprise among of all other rubbers i would pick tenergy again it is expensive but it is worthed...

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      Vega pro...

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      wouldn't h3 be on top coz of the numbers they produce? coz china?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Creek View Post
      Mark V, sriver, Tenergy 05 and hurricane 3 are definitely true, but MX-P is nowhere near those 4. It‘s a decent rubber nowadays, but there are so much more from former times, which were much more influencing tabletennis:
      - barna
      - Samba
      - sriver fx
      - coppa
      - Bryce
      Coppa was awesome! Vario was great too but the Sriver Fx was the thing for me.

      When I started to play, Waldner was the king and Sweden the TT country. And since he and Person used Donic, we only used the same thing until I discovered Sriver FX and my life would never be the same.

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      Butterfly D13 is the Daddy of inverted sandwich rubbers.
      Most players used Dunlop Barna rubbers at the beginning of the sandwich rubber craze. But as soon as D13 hit the market, everything else at the time was irrelevant, and set the standard for all to follow even to this day. Sriver is in fact just a version of D13.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Caxoera View Post
      Coppa was awesome! Vario was great too but the Sriver Fx was the thing for me.

      When I started to play, Waldner was the king and Sweden the TT country. And since he and Person used Donic, we only used the same thing until I discovered Sriver FX and my life would never be the same.
      Coppa was originally made by Banda (a sub brand to Stiga). Donic bought the name rights to Coppa from Stiga when Stiga went bankrupt (and Waldner moved to Donic).

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      Legendary rubbers for me:
      1. Bty Tenergy 05
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      The TTD German Goon Squad who are O40 or O50+ gunna give a lot of love to Nittaku Magic Carbon... simply a beast of control and easy variation. Of course, not such a speedy rubber, but SO easy to control, so many used it on BH wing.
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      I recently bought a couple sheet of Magic Carbon from TT11 recently just to remember that kind if feel.

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      Quote Originally Posted by mart1nandersson View Post
      Coppa was originally made by Banda (a sub brand to Stiga). Donic bought the name rights to Coppa from Stiga when Stiga went bankrupt (and Waldner moved to Donic).
      Thast new to me! Thanks for sharing!

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