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Comments: I completely concur with the comments of Ramky, especially when it come to directional control. Although
my main racquet is the Pure Drive 2012, I decided to buy this racquet because the specs are ideal and I was eager to use a control
based stick again, one that lets you take a full rip at the ball from the service line with confidence that the ball will stay in.
Comparing the Tfight with the Radica IG Mid Plus- a similar "competing" racquet I would say that the Tfight 305 delivers a more
penetrating heavy ball on ground-strokes, whereas the IG Radical MP offers slightly more control and better feel on ground-strokes.
I could not fault the IG Radical MP in many parts of the game apart from the fact that I could not get consistent depth on shots
during rallies, but that wasn't the case with the Technifibre Tfight 305. The consistency is there. The Tfight 305 is potentially a good
racquet for intermediate players looking for a control based racquet that still offers good power. Unlike the Radical, the Tfight 305 is
an underrated racquet.
Comments: This is a very good control racquet in the midplus category. I used to play with the Head Youtek Speed
300 and compared to that the control I get is amazing. All of my shots which were going long now stay in. Change of direction on
either side works exactly as you wanted. It feels a little low-powered on serves, but not much.
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