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    Post rubbers 2.0 and 1.8?

    I just i must be dumb not to know this but i dont get what is the difference with rubbers that says 2.0 or 1.8/2.0 max/1.8 max could someone explain thank you

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    It's usually the thickness of the sponge attached to the topsheet that varies. The thicker the sponge on the rubber the more speed you get, but you'll lose some feel and control. Think you get more spin with a thicker sponge because the ball can sink in more but I can't be sure.

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    If you are good at table tennis, you are using 2.mm or 2.1mm. If you aren't, use something thinner.
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