Table Tennis Rubber: Dr Neubauer Coating Troublemaker
The plastic ball has the requirements for long nubs even further screwed up.
With TROUBLE MAKER, however, a dangerous game can still be raised at the table, even on attacking
balls with less spin: The outstanding feature of the surface is the chopping at the table against topspin balls. A second attack ball is difficult for the opponent to perform.
Both the passive and the active blockball can be kept flat, with the ball even
flapping a bit and pulling down.
TROUBLE MAKER does not need to hide even in active play, because pressure blushing – especially on undercut – can be carried out easily.
Surprisingly, with the topping out of the long defence, even a substantial undercut and a flat ball trajectory can be achieved with the ball dipping.
Rounded out is this balanced and optimally matched to the new plastic balls long pimples with good control, both passive and active Commitment.
Base type: long pimples