Tecnifibre TFlash 300 ATP Racquets Customer feedback
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Comments: The previous one is way better compared to this new model. The previous TFlash 300 model is very
comparable to the 2006 Babolat AeroPro Drive without the aerodynamic beam of the APD. My only complaint of the previous
Tflash model is the construction, the graphite material feels somewhat cheap compared to the APD that is very solid. On the other
hand, this newer version is a definite downhill for Technifiber.
Comments: This is a fast swinging and explosive racquet -- at first I even thought it swung too fast! It is really
stable for its weight and feels solid and even soft for its flex number. To me, it is compareable to an APD but has a nicer touch
and better control/stability. Really a shame that Tecnifibre doesn't get more recognition for their great racquets -- especially this
Comments: I am currently using the new 295 MP 100 and love it. I wanted to love this stick, but it feels lifeless. It's
like a baseball bat. And the grip shape that I love on the 295 Tfight which is very rectangular is a little more rounded on this one
which was the deal breaker for me. Try the 295 MP. I'm loving it, and I have owned every stick out there. I'm a rackaholic, and the
295 mp is my elixir of choice.
Comments: The improvements over the previous model are obvious from the first shot played. This racquet is more
solid, plays much stiffer and is like pointing a laser -- deadly accurate! Mine came strung with Razor Code and for the first time I
able to play without much discomfort. All around, the most solid spin friendly midplus racquet out there. Try it. You'll not be
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