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Anatomy of a High Performance Paddle © - Composite Type
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High Performance Rubber

How Sponge Paddles Work

    When the ball impacts the rubber sheet it causes the underlying sponge to compress to an optimum point. This creates extra grip on the ball and therefore greater spin. At the same time, when the sponge compresses, it creates a rebound force which will catapult the ball off the racket surface for the optimum speed and spin.

High Performance Composite Blade
Composite Blades
Carbon Fibre (Graphite) Blades incorporate a layer of layers of carbon fibre or other synthetic matter. The rules require that 85% of the total blade wide be wood.
The type of wood veneers used in the blade construction determines the overall contribution of speed and spin that the blade will help to produce, along with the rubber and sponge. The veneer configuration will determine much of the "feel" of the complete racket.

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