T-Fight 320 - Sum it up !!

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Aggro, Jul 23, 2011.

  1. Aggro

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    Hey guys - been looking through the T-Fight group on these boards trying to find a nice simple review of the stick but cant find one anywhere! Looking at the original T-Fight 320's.

    I'm basically looking for some new rackets and the chance to buy some of these has arisen. Brief racket history (the ones i liked anyway):

    PT57a, I.Radical, MGPP, Rebel 95, I.Prestige, Pro staff tour 90.

    Compared to these (or if anyone has a review on hand) what are the 320's like ?

    All help will be greatly appreciated guys!!
     
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  2. Matchball

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    Hey Aggro,

    I have a like new (yes, condition is 9.5/10) T-Fight 320 I don't use.
    It's very spin friendly and too powerful for my swinging style.

    I can sell it to you if you like. PM me if interested :)
     
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  3. Power Player

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    What string pattern? The open one had tons of spin and is an amazing racquet. It was the first racquet I bought when I started up tennis and frankly one of the best. Of course they discontinued them so I started searching for new things.

    Grip is not very long, but you can hit a 2hbh with it. Swingweight is under 320..balance was pretty headlight.

    Feel was very good, but not very solid..if you want solid, go with the Dunlop 300 tour which is the same mold.
     
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  4. Aggro

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    Sorry Power Player - it was the 16x20 version i was interested in. I have been playing with the MGPP for the last year and really like the open pattern.

    Fortunately i have a 1 hander, i was going to switch back to the 2 hander but now im coaching most days the one hander is just so much easier and looks much nicer ;)

    I'm assuming you mean there isn't enough mass in the head for a really solid feel? U have seen most people have added some weight at 12 or 3&9 to increase stability and plow through - and because of the weight it would seem like its a good idea.

    Do you have any comparability, how ever minor they may be to any of the rackets above ?


    Thanks for the message - i have some lined up at the moment if i want them but if that falls through i will give you a message
     
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