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More controlable than v22,also bit slower and more precise.
Block, counters,everything.Its just one of the best rubbers on the market.
Amazing second boucne-very low.
Usig it on backhand Zhang Jike Alc but sometimes switching to forehand and works just great on both.
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2. assessment: ...and once again I curse VICTAS!!! After being very happy with a Victas Ventus Stiff (or rather the TSP Ventus Speed) for years, I was always annoyed about various Victas rubbers (that I had purchased). After I already had the impression with the V11, 15 and 22 that the rubber was softer than stated, I now felt the same again with the V20. Fortunately, I recently purchased a sponge hardness measuring device so that I can measure in such situations!!! ... and lo and behold, I was unfortunately only able to measure 47.5 degrees (despite all my efforts!). - Sorry Victas, but... 52,5 degrees sponge hardness????? ... but here are a few "real" facts: the originally packaged rubber weighed 104 grams, with a size of 170 x 170 mm it weighs 68 g (uncut!). On my wood (157 x 150 mm) it ended up weighing 48 g. According to my current impression, this rubber is definitely only recommended for hard and direct woods. On my Sanwei 75 ALC Inner I couldn't feel any pressure point when hitting! ...accordingly I will now test a significantly harder wood. As far as the final assessment of this rubber is concerned, I will take some time. - Sequel follows!.
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V>20 DE Black 2mm. Test for modern defense : hughe stepup compared to V>15 Extra! More control, more spin, more gears, with less catapult and just a tiny less top end speed. V>20 is not a super fast rubber, although it is not slow at all. Dynamism and speed are cleverly dosed to achieve one of the most balanced rubber on the market. Sponge is 52.5 degrees but topsheet is smooth, giving an overall feeling softer than 52.5. Still harder than V>15, wich is a good thing to me. Chopping is great and very stable, pushing is awesome (super spinny!). Opening topspin, percussion, everything is very satisfaying. A super stable rubber with many gears and a super grippy topsheet. My favorite from Victas to date.
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Amultart 88g - V20 max black on FH : soft feeling, flat smash easy, counter spin automatic, push good and precise, block stable. It is a good rubber on FH on Hinoki carbon (ZLC) outer blade. V22 is a little bit too bouncy, so V20 is pairing really well. However, I do not feel same on TB ALC, I prefer V22 with koto/ALC. Question of feeling maybe.
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Tried on Fortino DC inside, both FH and BH.
V>20 is like a super V>15, as if the concept was pushed to the extreme. It's very hard (it feels more like 55-57), it's heavy, it's demanding. You need to be active, always. Think H3, without the tackiness. The top sheet is a little tacky, but not much, just enough to counterspin during short game. To reveal the potential of the rubber and reach the high gears, you need to engage the sponge, which isn't an easy thing as the window is quite narrow, and you have to find the exact right angle.
So you need some pretty high skills to benefit from this rubber. But once you are able to master it, it's among the most powerful missile thrower one can get. Balls are lightning fast (similar to MX-P or T05 but more predictable) and even spinnier than you get with H3. You have the skills? Be rewarded with the highest speed, heaviest spin and greatest counterspin abilities. I guarantee your opponents will suffer. You don't? Don't worry there are hundreds of other options around. Next I will try C53 to see how it compares (my guess is that they are very similar).
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I use v20 on my forehand and v15 on my backhand. When i switched sides during testing, i could barely notice any difference. It feels only slightly different when hitting flat. Its louder. The spin and speed is identical.
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Simply perfect for the forehand. I came from previously using baracuda, provincial hurricane 3 neo blue and r53 for forehand on the calderano HAL blade. The V20 is very bouncy and you need to get used to a new racket angle if you've been using lower throw rubbers before, but afterwards, that's the only angle you need to engage any ball off the table. Very spinny loops and drives on demand, smashes crisply, service is loaded with spin even with very subtle wrist movement , chops are dangerously floaty for the opponent to attack, flicks are easier to perform than ever, blocking is stable and firm, I can easily counter attack too. The rubber is generally very forgiving especially for its max thickness, and I am having so much fun with it. Also comes with a humble price when you consider its superb performance. Find a friend with this rubber and try it out, I am confident you'd fall in love with it unless you're a chopper.
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