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Comments: Very solid feel. Real confidence builder for this consistent baseliner w/1 hand backhand.
Wonderful control. Comfortable. Recommend highly.
Comments: I bought this racquet because of the good reviews here and am happy to say that it didn't
disappoint me. This racquet has great control, is head light but not too much and feels surprisingly solid. The racquet
feels also very comfortable with the right strings, and gives a great pop. Great for aggressive baseline play. This
manufacturer is now on my radar screen.
Comments: At last I found a racket that suits me well after trying so
many rackets in the market. It has the power and the most important
thing is that it is elbow friendly. For those players who use a one-handed
backhand, you should try this awesome racket even though it is not as
popular as other brand. Enjoy your tennis!!!!
Comments: I am used in playing doubles. When I tried this racquet for the first time, I loved the feel of it
when strung at 65 lbs using 17 gauge. My volleys are crisper and more controlled.
Comments: This is a very nice all-round stick. You can do anything with this. I was initially reluctant to
use something so light. But the balance and stability of the racquet surprised me. The silicone injected grips in this
version also provided a very plush feel which took away the harshness of using polys. Don't be deceived by the
"tweener" looking specs. This is a real player's stick which helps people who have lost a bit of strength and pace over
Comments: I got this new version of the 295 last Friday and love it. The new graphics are sweet and it
still plays awesome! I spent the past week in Kalamazoo watching the Boy's 18's & 16's National Championship and
couldn't believe how many of the top 20 juniors in the United States are playing Tecnifibre. I definitely recommend this
line it just
depends on the weight you like.
Comments: I'll tell you what, this racquet is limited only by the level of your game - what a racquet. I got
myself a Wilson Six one tour (Asian version) and I really liked it, but I was losing timing and direction on my one handed
backhand for whatever reason. I then bought the Wilson Six-one Team that I felt was a bit light but nevertheless, I got
back the direction and timing on my backhands, but like some of the other reviewers, I too felt the need of an open
string pattern as my shots are not loopy and three feet above the net, but hard and low about one foot above the net.
Therefore, I was netting the ball more with the Team than with the Tour that has an open string pattern. Along comes
the TFight 295 with very similar specs to the Six one Team but with the open string pattern. I played with it for the first
time this morning and was really over the moon. My shots cleared the net with amazing regularity and my back hand
was the way it should be. I strung it with Fiber's Multifeel 16g at 48lbs - I prefer low tension. I have been playing tennis
since school and am 58 now so I have a very good game even though I don't have an NTRP rating. A great racquet.
Comments: This is a great racquet, and I agree with commentator Jack. The T-Fight 295 is an easy stick
to hit volleys with. I am more of a baseliner and have been able to improve my groundstrokes with this frame. My
groundstroke consistency and power have increased since I switched from the Babolat Pure Storm to the T-Fight 295
about six months ago. My serve has also been more consistent with the T-Fight 295. The swingweight is perfect for me
and the better control one receives from a smaller frame (95 sq inch versus the normal 100 sq inch) was what I really
needed to improve my game.
Comments: This is an excellent racket for serve and volley players as well as doubles players. It's
lightweight and head light so you can generate a lot of racket head speed on the serve and it's very quick at the net. I
was using a Wilson 6.1 Team and wanted a frame with a 16x19 string pattern to generate more spin. The Gamma
string with it's 19 gauge mains really bites into the ball. I don't think this wouldn't be a good racket if you're a baseline
player since the head doesn't have enough mass to consistently power through groundstrokes.
Comments: Switched from a lead taped Wilson K-Six One Team to this racquet recently. It feels much
stiffer and seems to offer more stability and solid feel especially on the backhand while still allowing a fast swing
speed, which suits my game. Easy to generate good pace and spin on the serves and groundstrokes once I got rid of
the factory strings and replaced with a poly at a looser tension.
Comments: I love this racquet; it is well known in Malaysia. You brought 2 racquets 1 bag, they will
sponsor you 18 pack of Tecnifibre string per year. Anyway, this racquet is an outstanding racquet that I never met. It
has lot of control, power and spin. If add more weight, I think I will improve a lot.
Comments: This racquet is really good; it has a lot of power and has the perfect weight for me I really
Comments: After nearly 3 months using this one, I think it's one of the most aggressive rackets,
especially in doubles. Volleys were packed with power and spin, even accuracy if you could volley in your hitting zone.
Serve was above average. Spins on groundstrokes were incredible. And, I found it great to lob the ball over volleyers!
Comments: I have this racquet and also the 320 version. I love the 320 but this racquet feels very
unstable at impact. In my opinion it's only for beginners. If you play against an opponent that is capable of producing
"heavy" shots you'll be in trouble. At least this is how I feel.
Comments: Just after 1 session, my backhand improved and my serves are more consistent. Great racket
overall but it seems the racquet rattles upon impact, do not know whether it happens to everyone or just me. As for the
workmanship, fabulous job!!
Comments: Best racket I've ever had. I got ranked with the stick great feel control and power. I had a
terrible serve when I had my Dunlop and then the Tecnifibre I aced everyone, even number 22 in South Africa!
Comments: I've been using this for more than 2 years now, and I've won my first championship award
with this racquet. Easy control that's one of the best things it gives you.
Comments: Outstanding stick. Everyone on my team that I played with using it commented on how
much my ball was jumping and how easily I was spreading the court out. Provides sufficient control and power. I'll be
ordering 2 very soon.
Comments: Comments: Nice racquet. I was using the T-Feel 295 and decided to switch to this one. I had
my first play with it, and it was great. It gives me power on my backhand and and has a really nice feel. I'm a beginner
and the T-Fight 295 makes my cross court powerful while having good control on drop shots.
Comments: Superb racquet! Just demoed this and absolutely love it. You would think a racquet that
weighs 11 ounces would suffer from stabilization problems. However, it was not this case with this frame. I was able to
perform very well with it against a big heavy hitter. The feel of the racquet is awesome. Very solid, and does everything
very well. I was able to hit any kind of shot with it, seeing that it is very maneuverable. I think I will be switching to this
stick. Tecnifibre did a great job with this one.
Comments: I am plenty strong enough to wield the heaviest of frames (Head Prestige Classic 600 and
Volkl C10 to name a couple), but due to my short back-swing on my forehand, I needed a lighter frame to maximize
performance. The T-Fight 295 VO2Max fits the bill perfectly. With most of the weight biased toward the head, when
contact is made, the racquet is surprisingly very stable and produces lots of power, even if strung highly at >60lbs. It's
a capable volleyer as well.
I think it would be even better if it were a just few more grams heavier toward the head, and a couple points less stiff.
I've owned and/or played with classics like the Head Prestige & Dunlop Max 200G; modern sought-after frames like
Dunlop Muscle Weave 200g & Volkl C10 Pro; to hidden gems like Pro Kennex Kinetic 5G & Head Ti Fire; this racquet
adequately borrows every little good thing that all the aforementioned have, wrapped-up in one package. Highly
recommended for accomplished, all-court players with abbreviated/short backswings. Enjoy :)
Comments: Like Joplin, I have same situation with the heavier racquet and can't get a good result with
one-handed backhand from a bigger head size. This one is perfect for me with the weight, power range, swingweight
and the headsize that I want. Now I am back in one-handed backhand and is playing into another level instantly.
Comments: I've been searching for a racket to fit my game for a while now, and have tried just about
everything from the Babolats, Wilsons, Yonex, to the Princes, Beckers and so on. My problem is my wristy forehand and
backhand can't handle the higher weighted rackets because I've only played less than a year, but the heavier rackets are
stable and the light ones just launch the ball for me. I had almost given up until Tecnifibre came out with these sick
new frames, which just happen to look pretty unique too. But seriously this racket is just what I've been looking for at
around 11oz and light on power, much lighter than the low medium rating. What makes it stand out is it's the only
racket in this weight range with a 95sqin. head, which makes it so much more maneuverable than even a 100sqin.
racket; therefore, it "whips" through the air much easier. If you're not already fooled by the corporate marketing, or by
the influence of how many matches a player 50 times better than you wins (Nadal), try some different types of sticks.
As I found out there really is one that feels better than the rest, even if my favorite player (Federer) doesn't promote the
same paint job.
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