A rubber racket-covering material having a low friction coefficient with the ball, intended to reduce the effect of spin.
Made of a plastic material, 40mm in diameter, with a weight of 2.7g.
One half of the playing surface, separated from the other half by the net.
Separates the two different playing zones.
A rubber surface consisting of an evenly distributed pattern of raised pips, or pimples, across the surface.
Pimpled rubber on the surface of the racket blade with the pips inwards, giving a smooth outer surface.
Pimpled rubber on the face of a racket blade, with the pips outwards.
May be of any size, shape or weight, but the blade must be at least 85% wood.
A layer of cellular rubber covered with a layer of pimpled rubber, with pips inward or outward.
Cellular rubber material used as the under-layer of sandwich rubber.