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    Best ping pong paddle for beginners

    Hi guys, i'm new to ping pong so which one is the best ping pong paddle for beginners? i think i would like a light fast but still has good control i was just watching a video about one of your paddles im liking it.
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    Impossible, speed and control are each other’s inverse. High speed low control and high control low speed.

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    If you're new to the game, go with an allround blade like Sanwei - Accumulator S and a couple of cheap allround rubbers like Kokutaku - 868 Blütenkirsche. There are many good setups for a beginner, but this could work fine and it's about $25.

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    Aliexpress sells Rxton 1 for $7. This would be a great rubber for beginners.

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    The best paddle for beginners is that one beginners are using.

    You are welcome to my country and my house, i will give you all my rackets to test and play with and come to a conclusion, believe me every week or month you will come up with new choice or decision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lazer
    Impossible, speed and control are each other’s inverse. High speed low control and high control low speed.

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    Eh, sort of, but that is a bit too simple. Control is not simply a direct inverse relationship to speed, there are several other factors. Good dwell or feel, high amount of "gears", and good ratio of speed to spin can give you good or bad control even on a "speedy" setup.


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    If you have no budget constraint, I would choose Yasaka Sweden Extra. Perfect for beginners and intermediate players. Regarding rubbers, I would choose standard (non-tensor) rubbers. Probably Mark V or other classic rubbers.

    Or you can choose Chinese made paddle and rubbers, but in this case, I can't give you any advice.

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    The Sweden Extra is a very fine blade indeed. Over here, it’s not insanely expensive - a decent combo (eg with Vega Intro, Vega Euro, Vega Pro) can be constructed well under €100.

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