Racket Review: Tecnifibre T-Fight 300

Tecnifibre T-Fight 300

Tecnifibre T-Fight 300 is ideal for the baseline warrior

The Tecnifibre T-Fight 300 was part of tennishead's 2017 racket reviews for advanced players and it carries significant power.

In the advanced stakes Tecnifibre is currently proving popular amongst the ATP players Daniil Medvedev and Donald Young, as well as female rising star Daria Kataskina.

The T-Fight 300, weighing a solid 300g, sports the colours of the French flag resembling the origins of the manufacturer with its bright blue, red and white appearance bringing a slightly unique touch to the 3-series range.

Our testers for this racket, Howard and Elliot, were impressed with the sheer power it produced on each strike of the ball, and in Howard’s case, specifically on his groundstrokes. He said: “There is a huge amount of power from this racket; the ball flies off the strings which I really like.”

Elliot was after more spin to add a more prominent element of control as he felt he had to work hard to generate the spin he wanted.

Tennishead's 2017 advanced racket reviews were published in the April edition of the tennishead digital magazine.  Download the tennishead magazine app for free to read the reviews in full.



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Tecnifibre T-Fight 300

WINNER: Baseline beast

RRP: £190
Head size: 98 sq in
Unstrung weight: 300g
String pattern: 16 x 19
Balance: 320mm
Beam: 21.5-22.5mm
Length: 27 in

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