Tecnifibre T-Fight 320 vs. 335

Forehand Forever

Professional
I got the competition package from Tecnifibre and I would like some feedback on these racquets in the 16x20 string pattern. I'm 15 and mostly a baseline player but I like to come to the net and I have a big serve. I'm coming off of a shoulder injury and I've heard great things about these racquets. Which one would be better? I'm pretty sure that I will be demoing these racquets before I buy them.
 

0d1n

Hall of Fame
I got the competition package from Tecnifibre and I would like some feedback on these racquets in the 16x20 string pattern. I'm 15 and mostly a baseline player but I like to come to the net and I have a big serve. I'm coming off of a shoulder injury and I've heard great things about these racquets. Which one would be better? I'm pretty sure that I will be demoing these racquets before I buy them.
I'm pretty sure the 320 one would be better suited to a 15 year old. I really think a stick that gets up there to 360 grams or so (as the 335 can with some poly strings and over grips) is too heavy for that age.
 

Thor

Professional
I'm pretty sure the 320 one would be better suited to a 15 year old. I really think a stick that gets up there to 360 grams or so (as the 335 can with some poly strings and over grips) is too heavy for that age.
Agree,id even suggest the tfeel or tflash racquets,but if you must go with tfight go with the 320(unless you dont care for 18 mains in which case use the 315)
 

Forehand Forever

Professional
I thought that the weight might be an issue but I saw how people complimented on it's stability in other threads. Anyone else have something to say about these racquets?
 

Thor

Professional
I thought that the weight might be an issue but I saw how people complimented on it's stability in other threads. Anyone else have something to say about these racquets?
Try not to listen to people in these forums,ask your coach,and maybe another pro from your club to get a second opinion.
 

nyc

Hall of Fame
I agree, go with the 320 - you'll have more room to customize them to your precise liking.
 

Pyroclasm

New User
I'm 16, I just demoed the 335 and I didn't find the weight to be a problem at all. The racquet was extremely comfortable from the baseline. However, if you just had a shoulder injury, it might be wise to go with the 320.
 
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