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PostPosted: 13 Oct 2015, 06:56 
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tabletennis11.com wrote:
We definitely believe improvements have been made since the first batch release of plastic balls, especially for the ones used internationally. At the World Championships and World Tour events there didn't seem to be as many breakages as one would expect considering the rate of breakage among regular players.


According to my information, at the World Championships and World Tour events they replace the ball after 1 or 2 games played, before it breaks.


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I'm not a big fan of the new balls. I will say that the Butterfly poly ball is the best I've used. I wish they would quit messing with the structure of the ball. Oh well.


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