Click the button below or email email@example.com to contribute your experiences with this product. Although not necessary, it's interesting to have a first name, city, state and country (no email addresses will be used). Any information submitted becomes the property of Tennis Warehouse.
Please include any relevant information such as string type and tension, skill level and style of play.
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.
From: Anon, 3/13
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.
From: Ramky, 12/12