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07-26-2011, 11:20 AM
Anyone like the technifibers? I love the x-One Biphase strings--so I'm wondering how the sticks are. I am looking for a lighter, flexier racket. I currently use a donnay platinum 99. I also have a dunlop 200 bio in my bag. Both rackets are too heavy and stiff for my game (NTRP 3.75) Anyone can help recommend a racket for me. I am interested in vokl and technifiber brands
07-26-2011, 11:22 AM
Tecnifibre in general are all stiff racquets. The entire T Fight line is pretty stiff, so if you want flexy I'd look in their Flash line. Volkl I think makes a ton of more flexy sticks.
07-26-2011, 11:28 AM
Agree, I demo-ed the new TF V02 320 and it is a bit stiff but it is a quality racket. I played the previous TF 320 for about 3 years and it was a great racket - a bit more flex with a thinner square beam. I play the new Volkl Org 10 295 with customization now and love it. The new Volkl O 325 and O 295 both have thin beams with a bit more flex than the new TF.
TF are good though and worth a demo. The TF V02 320 seems to be a good all court racket with an emphasis on baseline strokes. It gets great reviews and probably does not need customization.
07-26-2011, 11:33 AM
The BIO 200s are pretty flexible in its own right. Maybe the super toight string pattern is what's bothering you?
Why not try the Bio 200 Lite or the Yonex RQiS XL 95?
07-26-2011, 12:23 PM
I think the yonnex may be to oheavy and the string pattern is open--not sure I would like that... I haven't really tried open string patterns--always used the 18 x 20. I hate having to move my strings -for one - and another reason is that I think I get more control and precision with a closed pattern
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