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    Xu Xin Selecting Match Ball

    Check out this guys,, look at the process of selecting a match ball that the pro's use. This is an example of Xu Xin at the World Championships 2010


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    Didn't everybody do that? I thought so...
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    Only few players select balls.. maybe only top 40-50! rest dont even care..they may notice the erratic ball while playing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimo
    Didn't everybody do that? I thought so...
    haha i'd use any ball... i remember having to use a 38mm ball once because i forgot to bring my table tennis balls to training haha D

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    I hope it isn't as big a difference as they make it to seem by testing two boxes of ball before picking one. Otherwise whats the point of spending so much on a nice box of 3 stars if you can't even expect em all to be good?

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    Yeah, I never really had the luxury of going through a bunch of premium 3 stars to pick my own. Balls in the price range I usually just buy a 3 pack or something and accept what I get.

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    Hey Dan, thanks for posting this vid! It is interesting to see how they select a ball.

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    OMG.. he is selecting each and every ball very deeply , i never thought of this i always use 3 star ball thats it.. i should have also thought abt that now..

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