what do u think of TECNIFIBRE?

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  1. FEDERER89

    FEDERER89 Rookie

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    DO you think their rackets and products are as good as any other brand like Wilson or Head. Also do you know if they have a warranty on their rackets, because they break while I am returning a big serve or something I am going to want a new racket. is their custumer service good like other companies like PRINCE. I am thinking of getting their T FIGHT 335 16X20 string pattern.
     
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    Anyoneeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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  3. Fedace

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    I got feedbacks on techs from TW and they tell me that it is a very solid racket very similar to Wilson Ncodes but not as good in play. they are just a good solid all around rackets.
     
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  4. The Ripper

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    I demoed and bought a Tecnifibre T Fight 335 - it's an excellent racket! I got the 16x20 because it generates plenty of topspin but still has good control. I've won several matches with it because the weight (at 12.4 oz) can handle hard serves and the low swingweight makes it pretty quick around the court - a great combination. The frame is certainly as smooth, stable and capable as any of the other rackets out there. I got it because my usual racket, the K90, has a higher swingweight (336 vs. 320 for the Tecnifibre) so I was having some trouble getting the racket around when rushed. Ultimately I want to play with the K90 all the time because it is more precise, however, the T335 is a great alternative if I get in trouble with the Wilson. The fit, finish and grip are excellent. I would certainly recommend trying one out!
     
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  5. PROTENNIS63

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    I find the tecnifibre racquets to peform as well or better than the wilson, head, price and babolat racquets.

    Tecnfibre make very high quality products, all the way from racquets to strings to bags.
     
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  6. iplaybetter

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    they are so nice a bit old-school real nice for me and i like to mix it up so if i s&v its nice or sit back its nice
     
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  7. Noveson

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    I have their player package from them. Everything they make seems to be of very very high quality. The bag is SWEET, the racquets are awesome, and the strings are some of the best on the market.
     
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  8. adamvann

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    Agree w/ the posters here. I play the T-Fight 335, X-1 Bi-Phase and have the 6 pack bag. All quality stuff.
     
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  9. Quattro

    Quattro New User

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    I have 3 of their racquets: TFeel 275XL for friends to hit with, and a TFight 315 and 320. Really solid, great hitting, and good looking sticks. Well, except for the red grip.....first thing out of the box is a new white Wilson Tru Grip.

    :D
     
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  10. bad_call

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    definitely a quality mfg. their strings ROCK!!
     
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  11. Boja

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    I use Red Code string and it's great. I see nothing wrong with lesser known brands, in many cases they strive for better customer service because they need to build their reputations.
     
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  12. Richie Rich

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    i have 9 tf 325 and have used them for the past 2 years. i just retired the first 325 i bought since it was so beat up. very solid racquets and durable too.
     
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  13. jkonecne

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    I just ordered a demo of the 320 and bought some nrg2 string. I'm pumped. I haven't heard anything negative except for the people that think wilson or babolat are the only way to go. Just gotta ignore them.
     
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    I like their strings!
     
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