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    Posted: 08/10/2018 at 2:48am
The owner of the world renown table tennis equipment company Tibhar, Roland Berg, is on his way to TableTennis11 headquarters. When he arrives, he will be answering your questions about himself and about Tibhar. To ask a question for a chance to win a free prize, simply leave your question here or in the comments of the video on youtube/facebook.

Questions are being accepted up to Sunday August 19th. 


Thanks everyone!


Edited by tabletennis11 - 08/10/2018 at 2:53am
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that's very cool. Can't wait.

Question: when you make a new blade or rubber, what methodology and technologies you use to assign their more "subjective" characteristics (speed, spin, control, etc..)
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Question: According to you, what is the best blade and rubber combination that Tibhar has produced?

Edited by anubhav1984 - 08/10/2018 at 4:37am
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Have the limits of speed and spin been reached with current equipment? If not, how much more do you feel can be achieved?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Chewy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 08/10/2018 at 5:51am
Hello Mr Berg,

May I ask, in your opinion what are the top 3 spiniest rubbers from Tibhar for the modern game?

Do you intend to offer penhold players more options in the future? Such as having blades like VS/ CCA unlimited in penhold grip?

Thank you!

Edited by Chewy - 08/10/2018 at 6:22am
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Do the pros play the same equipment as everyone else?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Ray Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 08/10/2018 at 6:58am
Could you please tell us more about recently started cooperation with San-Ei?

Are you still producing some of your blades in Slovenia?

Have you been satisfied with plastic ball development so far?
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How has Tibhar product development changed to accommodate the new plastic ball?


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I think, the Tibhar market share is completely different between blades and rubbers. So what`s the reason, that only a few players (I'm sorry, if that sounds too negative) are playing with Tibhar blades although lots of people play with Tibhar rubbers (especially the Evolution-series)? And what are you planning to change this situation on the blades-market? 
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When designing a new blade, do you design it with specific rubbers in mind?
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Do you think that you will retire the old tensor era rubber Tibhar genius anytime soon, as that generation rubbers work amazing for poly ball.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote fatt Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 08/10/2018 at 5:24pm
hello,

I wanted to ask a question and then I got carried away...

Here it is, I wanted to throw that poll out there for a long time:

Maybe the question should be asked to a store like TT11 because a manufacturing company would not be interested? I guess the timing is perfect to ask since both the company and the store are on the same thread so the opportunity was too good to pass. 

I have no clue about how execs from major TT companies think so thank you for an honest answer and my apologies if my question is naive from a business perspective.

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What do you assess as your cultural and business challenges in USA and Korea to achieving the market share Tibhar deserves?

Tibhar has enough quality products to merit at a minimum twice the market share it currently has IMO.
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Why are certain Tibhar Products only available in certain regions of the world considering that many of them are popular globally i.e. Tibhar Kim Jung Hoon, The K1 Hybrid rubbers etc.
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Hello!

What do you take in considering when sponsoring players?
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You have worked with Nexy on a number of blades. Are you planning on intensifying this collaboration?


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Where does most of the innovation happen in blade design? Wood selection? Tempering/curing the wood? Inclusion of synthetic fibers? Gluing technology? Handle design?
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Do you find reasonable the current price of a TT rubber? Do you think brands are contributing to expand TT around the world with such price policy and make it more popular in poor countries such as most places in รfrica???
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When a normal player will be able to buy same quality equipment that you give to your sponsored players. (politically incorrect question).
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Do you believe that there is still room for significant improvements (rather than trade-offs) in the technologies involved with the creation of table tennis blades and rubbers as the game evolves?
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Will you ever offer a harder sponged version of MX-P, e.g., 50-degrees?
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Please answer why in your opinion that despite the newer rubbers like Aurus Prime and Select, many players still prefer MX-P?
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Originally posted by yogi_bear yogi_bear wrote:

Please answer why in your opinion that despite the newer rubbers like Aurus Prime and Select, many players still prefer MX-P?


Because the quality of MX-P is still on top and rest of the rubbers are just for the fish players.

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