JOOLA Phenix (Phoenix)

JOOLA Phenix (Phoenix) Rubber
Approx. $ 45 USD
Price $

User Ratings (14)

Speed 9.2
Spin 8.3
Control 7.7
Tackiness 2.5   
Slightly tacky
Weight 2.9   
Sponge Hardness 5.5   
Gears 6.3   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 3.6   
Consistency 10.0
Durability 5.3   
Average durability
Overall 9.1 10
Manufacturer Details
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 6 users using the JOOLA Phenix (Phoenix).

Reviews (12)

Ttcorporate  on 9/13/2016

Good rubber with high speed... but spin I felt is bit low compared to normal gki kunfu...hence looping heavy chops requires energy
Anonymous  on 3/19/2012

This is my all time favourite rubber! I'm a rather defensive player who even plays with long pimples. The phenix is good for defending, but I am able to make many points with a regular smash or topspin too! Since i've been using this rubber, my play has been drastically improved. + It's fast, and good for spinning short serves and close behind the net + Serves are good overall + When you're used to it, it has pretty good control for it's speed - you really have to go beneath the ball when you want to chop or push it; but you'll get lot's of spin - not good for starting players (you should've played for 2-3 years min.)
Anonymous  on 1/31/2012

Great all around rubber. Speed, spin, control, feel. Good for close and mid-court play. Will stay on my forehand.
Anonymous  on 10/11/2011

Very fast but controllable predictable rubber. A little softer sponge for a more dwell and a little more grippiness - that would be my ideal rubber. Best rubber ever for flat hits. But the spin is quite enough. Just a little higher throw, a little higher spin/speed ratio...Joola! Please!
Anonymous  on 10/4/2011

I can agree with everything written before. Very long lasting and offensive rubber. A little bit tricky in returns because of its speed when hitting too direct.

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