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    Posted: 12/08/2014 at 12:30am
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Very nice, but it is impossible to play well in it, is very slippery and a lot of reflexion, it is a real table ??  Nice garden too.
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The birds will have a field day with that thing.
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Very very nice piece of artClap

 Who knows, this will maybe give some inspiration for our beloved ittf head executive ......

But they are never short of (bad) ideas when it comes to annoy a lot of players (11pts game, 40mm balls, orange balls, speed glue ban, some LP's ban; shitty plastic balls....)
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Looks like sunglasses and cleats are a must for this playing environment.
Waste of money, IMHO.
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I am curious about 21 pts games, it was more fun that way  ?? I have never seen a real match with 21 pts. Please explain, me the advantages.
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Originally posted by marcos78 marcos78 wrote:

I am curious about 21 pts games, it was more fun that way  ?? I have never seen a real match with 21 pts. Please explain, me the advantages.

With 21 pts game, there were less surprises. The best player won. That's all.

Before, you had to win at least 42 pts to win.

Now you have to win only 33 pts to win a match.

That 9 pts difference is huge !!!

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Interesting table - but doesn't go with rest of the garden. I think they can do better.
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This is probably someone's innovative idea. I have no idea how to play tennis if the sun is directly over the table and the rays will blind the players. The game will not be possible. I would order a normal table with a green finish, and by no means reflective. It seems to me that stores would not sell such a table. When I was buying tools https://www.growgardener.com/the-5-best-expandable-hose-consumer-reports-in-2020/ for the garden, I could not even find something similar. This is either someone's self-made creation, or someone decided to play a trick on us. Even those who make tables use resin or something similar in their handmade crafts. A glass table is needed for gazebos or for tea drinking, but to play tennis on this, you need to additionally buy special glasses or eye protection.

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The dividing line for the doubles is barely visible. Imagine the disputes whether the serve landed within the half court.
They say there are no fans at the Olympics. What about Fan Zhendong?
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Originally posted by heavyspin heavyspin wrote:

The dividing line for the doubles is barely visible. Imagine the disputes whether the serve landed within the half court.

Maybe you are unware of the most negative dispositions in the Covid era are predicting a permanent ban on doubles, until the end of time.

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Is this the same table?
They say there are no fans at the Olympics. What about Fan Zhendong?
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