Tecnifibre Official - Racquets

bobtodd

Rookie
I love my TF 305's, but am looking forwrd to trying the RS 300. I am hoping it will swing a little faster. I plan to use the RS 300 on clay, and my TF 305 indoors.
 

Miki 1234

Rookie
Just had a full hit with 300 rs and all i can say is its even better then i thought.
Used 1.28 black code which is good string for this frame but 1.25 string would work better for most i think to get more
free power since its so easy to control it with this frame.
Comfort and control are just top .
Power is there . And even feel of low ra is there.
This is what blade 16x19 should feel like and I love the blade.
Package is neutral but another lvl .
Only minus is the weight which will not be enough for some.
But that can be changed very easy.
 

Lozannois

Rookie
Just had a full hit with 300 rs and all i can say is its even better then i thought.
Used 1.28 black code which is good string for this frame but 1.25 string would work better for most i think to get more
free power since its so easy to control it with this frame.
Comfort and control are just top .
Power is there . And even feel of low ra is there.
This is what blade 16x19 should feel like and I love the blade.
Package is neutral but another lvl .
Only minus is the weight which will not be enough for some.
But that can be changed very easy.
Very interesting thanks.

Does it have the same stability than the blade v7 16x19? Can you say it's like an easier to maneuvre blade 16x19?

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Miki 1234

Rookie
Very interesting thanks.

Does it have the same stability than the blade v7 16x19? Can you say it's like an easier to maneuvre blade 16x19?

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It is more stable and easier to maneuvre as well.Also sweet spot feels big like 100inch frame.
For blade you need decent lvl of play to get it right, but with rs anyone can pick up and play.
And its better for serious tennis as well.
 

Lozannois

Rookie
It is more stable and easier to maneuvre as well.Also sweet spot feels big like 100inch frame.
For blade you need decent lvl of play to get it right, but with rs anyone can pick up and play.
And its better for serious tennis as well.
Whahou! Sounds amazing. And you would say control and power level is similar to the blade?
 

Miki 1234

Rookie
Whahou! Sounds amazing. And you would say control and power level is similar to the blade?
Yeah, control is better then the new blade and power is close slightly but more power as well.
Only thing i prefer on blade was the feel coz it does have unique feel, but i did play with luxilon alu power with it.
 
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Miki 1234

Rookie
Will give some scoring for 300rs based on tw reviews :
Power 82
Comfort 84
Ground strokes 86 with some weight 87
Serve 82
slice 81
spin 84
stability 86 very high for such light frame, it has huge sweet spot even bigger then 305
manev 86 very , very light frame
control 87
feel 87
Total 87 with some weight , and 86 in normal weight.
plus: ground strokes, sweet spot , control ,
minus:to light for some

Frame i played with had 2 or 3 g on 12 .
 

EdmondTW

New User
I'm really into the RS 300/305 racquets, but they don't make one with 4 1/8'' grip size in the States.

I asked in a different thread, @Tecnifibre Official responded that some countries may have 4 1/8". Anyone knows which countries and any specific websites?

Or does anyone know whether Tecnifibre grip size runs big/small comparing to Babolat Pure Strike?

If anyone has experience changing a 4 2/8'' racquet into a 4 1/8'' without ruining the experience, let me know how you did it! I really want leather grips but it seems it's not thin enough for the customization.
 

GeoffHYL

Professional
Have played for about a week with a new TFight 305 RS. Am really enjoying this racquet. Was concerned that it might be a bit stiffer than I like or the swingweight might be a tad high, but it seems to fit my game like a glove. It is a really solid feel, but is still comfortable with a stiff poly string. At some point I will demo the 300 and 315 models of the RS line as well. I think Tecnifibre has a great lineup of racquets with the TF40 305 and 315 along with the RS line.
 

Winners or Errors

Hall of Fame
OK, people who have hit with the TF40 305 and the TFight 305 RS. My son is improving and about to abscond with my TFight 305 XTC's. Which of the two should he demo? He hits with a lot of spin, but it's the solid feel and tighter spin from my 305 that has him preferring it to his Graphene Extreme Pro. I'm probably going to suffer the loan this fall, but demoing and then Christmas... right around the corner. Again, your thoughts? I have not hit with either, though I suspect they are similar to what I have.
 

ClaudTT

Rookie
OK, people who have hit with the TF40 305 and the TFight 305 RS. My son is improving and about to abscond with my TFight 305 XTC's. Which of the two should he demo? He hits with a lot of spin, but it's the solid feel and tighter spin from my 305 that has him preferring it to his Graphene Extreme Pro. I'm probably going to suffer the loan this fall, but demoing and then Christmas... right around the corner. Again, your thoughts? I have not hit with either, though I suspect they are similar to what I have.
Demo these rackets, they are very high end (this side of Pro) but slightly markedly different, so he can feel the real differences and make an election. I think is the best way.
 
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t_pac

Semi-Pro
Anyone struggled with too low launch angle on the TF40 and had success with changing string setup?
'Yes' and 'not really'

An aggressively shaped poly main, 4lb differential and low overall tension (low 40s) helped a bit but it was still a bit of an issue, especially in higher level matches when I was defending more, getting less time to prep shots.
 

ClaudTT

Rookie
'Yes' and 'not really'

An aggressively shaped poly main, 4lb differential and low overall tension (low 40s) helped a bit but it was still a bit of an issue, especially in higher level matches when I was defending more, getting less time to prep shots.
Reduce string gage, lower string tension and use strings with high spin capability. If that is not enough, you are playing with the wrong pattern.
 
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