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  • Butterfly Tenergy 05 Table Tennis Rubber
Speed
9.5
Spin
9.25
Control
8

Butterfly Tenergy 05 Table Tennis Rubber

No need for Speed Glue or Boosters!

Do you look for a high quality rubber for your topspin and attack strategy? Then TENERGY 05 is the right answer.

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High Performance for a Topspin Attacking Strategy

"Spring Sponge" is the latest innovation from BUTTERFLY. It is the sponge of the coming era. The well-known High Tension technology of BUTTERFLY is now combined with "Spring Sponge" to produce a new rubber family: TENERGY.

TENERGY 05 is the first family member; the special feature being in the original shape of the pimples. The product carries our development code No. 05 and merges High Tension technology with the characteristics of a highly grippy rubber.

TENERGY 05 has already been evaluated by a large number of leading players, as well as by scientific measurement, as the best rubber for spinning the ball, both when serving and during a rally.

Do you look for a high quality rubber for your topspin and attack strategy? Then TENERGY 05 is the right answer.

A butterfly conquers the world

60 years of Tamasu Butterfly in 2010 - a reason to celebrate 

Success has a name

On December 19th, 1950, Hikosuke Tamasu founded Tamasu Co., Ltd. in the small town of Yanai City, Japan. This was the beginning of a company career which is almost unique in table tennis.

The company founder Tamasu was a renowned international for Japan at his time. He fulfilled his dream of a lifetime when half a century ago he made his hobby his profession. At that time he could hardly imagine that he would make Butterfly the leading brand worldwide.

Support individuality

Creativity, durability and a profound technical knowledge meant success. Over and over again he looked for new possibilities in order to optimize techniques by innovative playing material. “Each player is different. Each one has his strength and weakness. By offering individual playing material I wanted to help players right from the beginning to emphasize their individuality”, he describes his company philosophy.

The breakthrough came 1960 and 1962, respectively, when Butterfly ALLROUND D 13 and TEMPEST D 13 were introduced. The greatest success, however, was the introduction of SRIVER in 1967, which is one of the most used rubbers worldwide. With the launch of BRYCE in 2000 a new generation of rubbers became popular. Its newest implementation is the High Tension system. Even though thus rubber won more than 30 world championships it has constantly been improved in order to cope with changes in the game. Butterfly’s most recent innovation is called spring sponge. Its secret lies in the unique sponge technology, which is introduced in the 2008 Tenergy series.

Own research center

Since 1983 Butterfly has its own training and research center in Tokyo in which highly qualified scientist co-operate with world class players and coaches for the development of rubber and blade technology. Since many years Butterfly rubbers and blades are used by more than half of the participants at World and European Championships.

The new Butterfly Technical Center was opened in Tokorazawa in April of 2006. Here, researchers are able to work under ideal conditions using the most recent technologies. Rubber and sponges are adjusted to the specific needs of the different markets and new innovations are introduced.

Living table tennis

Mr. Tamasu is convinced that table tennis keeps young and fit. ”Table tennis really is a life time sport and ideal specially for older people”, he adds. This view is also shared by the management, along with CEO Shunsaku Yamada (since 2005), who carries this motto all over the world. There is almost no country on earth which does not have friendly relations with Butterfly.

By the way, friendship and peace mean a lot to Mr. Tamasu. Due to his horrible experiences during WW II he deliberately chose BUTTERFLY as company name because this stands for peace, spring time and joy.

Since 33 years in Moers

Tamasu Butterfly Europe was founded in Moers, Germany in 1973. Ever since it has been contributing to the firm’s worldwide success. The affiliate works with representatives from all over Europe. The subcompany creates new collections including gear products, tables as well as various other table tennis equipment, which are sold world wide.

Focus on young players

Two of the most promising young European players, Timo Boll and Michael Maze, have long term contracts with Butterfly. Many European coaches will support Mario Amizic to find more talented players for Butterfly. Japan’s ambition to regain to the top of the ranking bore fruit due to the extensive focus on young players. Among others, the most uprising athletes who lead the way are Mizutani, Kishikawa, and Takakiwa. Apart from those youngsters Butterfly has many experienced world class players, such as Zoran Primorac, Werner Schlager, Christophe Legout, Zhang Yining, and Tamara Boros.

Quality and service

Rubbers and blades are certainly Butterfly’s main products. But also in other fields, such as textiles, accessories, tables and many more. Butterfly offers a wide range of high quality equipment. “Quality and service come first” is Butterfly’s motto.

Work on the future

The table tennis industry is obviously aware of the decreasing number of players. Still, table tennis is an attractive game for kids and adolescents. Associations, clubs, and the industry, but also professional clubs and players are asked to stop this negative trend. Butterfly supports this point of view which can be summarized in three important keys:

  • "Service": Tamasu Co. is determined to continue contributing for further development of the sport.
  • "Technology": Research and Development of table tennis equipment in the new Butterfly Technical Center
  • "Planning": Every staff will be involved in planning the annual achievement of the company and in sharing the same objectives.
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Showing 2 of our total 5 reviews, with an average rating of 5 stars. Read all 5 reviews for Butterfly Tenergy 05 Table Tennis Rubber.

  • Currently 5/5 Stars.
Butterfly Tenergy05 Table Tennis Rubber Tenergy 05 - Review

The best in its class. Superb pace and spin. High throw angle takes some getting used to. Doesn't quite replace the glue effect but it's the best you're going to find in the market at the moment.

Martin Richens, 29th October 2009

  • Currently 5/5 Stars.
Butterfly Tenergy05 Table Tennis Rubber Tenergy 05 - Review

whats the best thickness to get ? plz help

Ben Elliott, 7th August 2009
Michael Maze

Michael Maze

CONGRATULATIONS MICHAEL !!!!!
EUROPEAN CHAMPION 2009
Maze vs. Europe 16-0.
Maze won 16 single games in a row.

“This has been the championships of my career. I played the best table tennis in my life in Stuttgart. This is the best Maze ever” says the European Champion Michael Maze.

Maze took the title European Champion after he defeated the Austrian former World Champion, Werner Schlager, in the finale 4-1 after he eliminated the German favorite and defending European Champion, world’s number nr. 3, Timo Boll 4-3 in the semi-finale. Maze also played a fantastic role in Denmark’s journey to the silver in Team’s Event.

 

 

When Maze defeated Timo Boll he prevented him from clinching third title in a row. Michael Maze just confirmed his dominance that already was seen in the Team’s Event in Stuttgart. “That is why I am here. That is what makes me want to get out of bed and practice every day – the joy of playing in the final and winning big matches. I enjoy my game. When I was younger I wanted to enter the top 10 in the world rankings, but now big Events are more important. I do not care about rankings, I enjoy playing finals.”

When asking Maze about his goals for the future he replays:” I want to keep improving my game. I want to be much faster. When I play fast, as I did against Timo, it shows how lethal my balls are. So far, I have improved my backhand a lot. I knew I had to do it. Last time when I played against Boll I was sure that I had to work on my backhand if I ever wanted to beat him. The last couple of months I worked every day on that segment of my game.”

In 2004 Maze won the bronze at the Olympic Games in Athens in doubles, he has bronze from the World Championships 2005 and European Championships in 2007. With Denmark, he clinched gold in Aarhus 2005 at the European Championships.

Between glory moments, Michael has had tough times with back injuries. “When I am fully fit and injury free there is no limit for me. I play as good as my body lets me. I have had 16 or 17 months of good training not interrupted by injuries and the result of that is fantastic.”

www.michaelmaze.dk

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Paul McCreery

Paul McCreery

 

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Karina Lefevre

Karina Lefevre

Congratulations to Liam Pitchford of Derbyshire and Karina Lefevre of Cleveland, the two No 1 seeds who won the English Junior Masters Tournament at Grantham on Sunday.

Liam won the Boys' event by beating all 13 of his opponents.  Sean Cullen of Derbyshire was second and Richard Andrews of Hampshire was third.

In the Girls' event Karina Lefevre finished with scores of 12-1, whilst Emily Bates was second with 11-2 and Lucy Davidson was third with 10-3.

Liam Pitchford uses Butterfly Boll Spirit with Butterfly Tenergy 05 both sides
Sean Cullen uses Butterfly Korbel OFF with Butterfly Tenergy 05 and Butterfly Tenergy 64
Richard Andrews uses Butterfly Oh Sang Eun OFF with Butterfly Tenergy 05 both sides
Karina Lefevre uses Butterfly Primorac OFF- with Butterfly Tenergy 05 and Butterfly Roundel
Emily Bates uses Butterfly Photino OFF+ with Butterfly Bryce Speed FX and Butterfly Flarestorm P.O
Lucy Davidson uses Butterfly Primorac OFF- with Butterfly Tenergy 05 and Butterfly Bryce Speed

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Mary Fuller

Mary Fuller

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Naill Cameron

Naill Cameron

 

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Ryan Jenkins

Ryan Jenkins

50 Grand Prix Titles for Ryan Jenkins. The pride of Welsh Table Tennis. The pride of Tees Sport.

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Igor Morais

Igor Morais

Congratulations to Igor Morais and Yolanda King who captured the UK School Games Single Titles at Sheffield on 4th September 2011.

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Joanna Parker

Joanna Parker

CONGRATULATIONS TO JO PARKER!!

England No 1 Jo Parker of Surrey won a triple crown in the English National Table Tennis Championships in Sheffield at the weekend.  Jo retained the Women's Singles title by beating Kelly Sibley of Warwickshire by 3-1 in the final.  She won the Women's Doubles with Kelly and the Mixed Doubles with Paul Drinkhall of Cleveland.

Jo has recently changed her rubber.  Until recently she used Flarestorm Short Pimples on the backhand; now she has changed to Tenergy 05 on both sides - 1.9 on her forehand and 1.7 on her backhand..  This gives her more spin and an improved attack with her backhand.

The player who stole the limelight in the Men's events was Liam Pitchford of Chesterfield who upset the seedings by beating Danny Reed of Cleveland in the quarter finals and Paul Drinkhall in the semi final.  Liam lost to Andrew Baggaley of Buckinghamshire 4-3 in the final but took the gold medal in the Men's Doubles with Gavin Evans of Buckinghamshire.

Paul Drinkhall won two titles, the Under 21 Men's Singles and the Mixed Doubles with Jo Parker.

Both Liam Pitchford and Paul Drinkhall use Butterfly Boll Spirit blades with Tenergy 05 on both sides.

The Championships were played on Butterfly Europa tables with Butterfly 3 Star balls.

WELSH NATIONAL TABLE TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS

Men's Singles : Adam Robertson beat Ryan Jenkins 3-2

(Adam uses a Chuan Chih Yuan blade, Tenergy 64 FH and Bryce Speed FX BH)

(Ryan uses a Primorac Carbon Blade, Tenergy 05 FH and Bryce Speed BH)

Women's Singles : Naomi Owen beat Stevie Gretch 3-0

SCOTTISH NATIONAL TABLE TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS

Men's Singles : Gavin Rumgay beat Craig Howieson 4-1
Women's Singles : Rebecca Russell beat Gillian Edwards 4-2

The Championships were played on Butterfly Europa tables with Butterfly 3 Star balls.

IRISH NATIONAL TABLE TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS

Men's Singles : John Murphy beat Paul McCreery
Women's Singles : Ashley Given beat Rebecca Kenny

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Timo Boll

Timo Boll

Congratulations to Timo Boll on winning the men’s singles in the European Championship for the sixth time in Herning, Denmark.  In the final, Timo beat the Croatian player, Ruiwu Tan by 4 games to 1.  In the semi, Boll defeated Adrian Crisan from Romania by 4-1, gaining revenge from the men’s singles competition at London 2012.

The best British performance was from Liam Pitchford who defeated the 11th seed, Robert Gardos of Austria by 4-2 in the first round, before losing to the German, Ruwen Filus by 4-2 in the last 32.

Name;  Timo Boll

DOB;   8/3/81

Club;  Borussia Dusseldorf 

Country;   Germany

Equipment;

Timo Boll ALC and Tenergy 05 both sides

 

 


 

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Paul Drinkhall

Paul Drinkhall

Congratulations to Paul Drinkhall and Kelly Sibley who captured the National Senior Titles at Sheffield on 4th March 2012. 

Both Paul and Kelly use a Butterfly Timo Boll Spirit with Tenergy 05 Both sides.

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Irish Boys

Irish Boys

A fantastic TEAM performance results in a great achievement for the Irish Junior Boys Team as they win the Junior British League Premier Title for the first time.

Following on from Weekend 1 when the Irish Boys blew the opposition away, they travelled to the final weekend of the event carrying the weight of expectation of the Irish table tennis community. The players did not disappoint and rose to the occasion magnificently, taking scalps off higher ranked players and in the case of Paul McCreery, progressing through the weekend with a 100% record. There was great spirit and support among all the members of the team which helped to deliver solid individual performances. The Junior British league is a very well run event and a perfect event for Irish teams to participate in.  It is the perfect standard to challenge and develop our players whilst providing the chance of real success by finishing in a medal position.  Psychologically this is a big boost for the players and staff in the run up to big events such as the Six Nations, Austrian Youth Open and European Youth Championships. Ireland’s Junior Boys epitomised the meaning of Team over the course of the two weekends at Junior British League.

NPC Marcus McDonnell was understandably thrilled: “I would like to personally like to congratulate each team member for their great contribution – It wasn’t plain sailing all the way and each player had their ups and downs along the way but kept their chin up and got back to the task at hand very quickly.  Paul McCreery, Sam Hanley, Ashley Robinson and Sam Logue were all in the top 10 of best individual averages, with Paul McCreery topping the table with 18 wins and only 2 losses. We will look forward to defending our new title late in 2010.”

Technical Director John O’Donoghue was keen to highlight this historic achievement: “I am absolutely thrilled that we have finally won this title, its a title we haven’t won before. I would like to pay tribute to the players and coach for pulling off this victory against England’s top ranked players.”

 

Final Premier Division Table

Team

Won

Drawn

Lost

Points

IRISH BOYS

8

1

1

17

WATERSIDE

6

2

2

14

BURTON UXBRIDGE 1

4

4

2

12

COLIN DEATON TTC

3

4

3

10

DHS GREENHOUSE PROGRESS 1

1

2

7

4

THE HAREFIELD ACADEMY

1

1

8

3


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