Tecnifibre Tflash Line being replaced 2019...

#1
Hi, I heard the Tecnifibre Tflash series is being discontinued in 2019 and will be replaced by a new line. Can anyone confirm this or share information about the line replacing it including:

  • Line's Name
  • Different Models (Specs)
  • Release Date
  • Images
HAPPY HITTING :)
 
#3
What i know so far:

  • It will be released in July 2019
  • There will be various models
  • I have emailed Tecnifibre directly
@Tecnifibre Official
Your welcome to share details :)
Including:
  • Line's Name
  • Different Models (Specs)
  • Release Date
Will there be a heavier 18x19 string pattern model that will be available in Australia?
 
#4
Hi, I heard the Tecnifibre Tflash series is being discontinued in 2019 and will be replaced by a new line. Can anyone confirm this or share information about the line replacing it including:

  • Line's Name
  • Different Models (Specs)
  • Release Date
  • Images
HAPPY HITTING :)
lets hope they have some good extended rackets with low SW
 
#5
lets hope they have some good extended rackets with low SW
I highly doubt their will be an extended length Tecnifibre offering in the new line. The new Dunlop srixon (released in february 2019) will offer an extended length 310g model with a 16x19 string pattern. Also the Babolat Pure Aero Plus will release in January which would have a SW around 330. I currently play with the Head Graphene 360 speed pro customised with lead and a leather grip which weighs 12.4 oz , 8 pts HL with a swing weight of 333. I typically prefer beefer racquets. What do you hit with?
 
#6
I highly doubt their will be an extended length Tecnifibre offering in the new line. The new Dunlop srixon (released in february 2019) will offer an extended length 310g model with a 16x19 string pattern. Also the Babolat Pure Aero Plus will release in January which would have a SW around 330. I currently play with the Head Graphene 360 speed pro customised with lead and a leather grip which weighs 12.4 oz , 8 pts HL with a swing weight of 333. I typically prefer beefer racquets. What do you hit with?
that babolat must have SW of 323 or less, or it is no good. and this is true for all extended frames
 
#7
that babolat must have SW of 323 or less, or it is no good. and this is true for all extended frames
"or its no good" Thats your opinion, Babolat will not make the swingweight less than 328. You do realise more mass (if you can handle it) allows you to create more power on your shots. Most pro players generally have a SW around 350. Sounds like you need to hit the gym Lol. Most people on these forums love heavier frames, i hope babolat will not make this a SW of 323. Generally extend length farms have a higher SW due to the extended length feature. The previous pure aero plus had a swing weight of 333.
 
#9
Hi, I heard the Tecnifibre Tflash series is being discontinued in 2019 and will be replaced by a new line. Can anyone confirm this or share information about the line replacing it including:

  • Line's Name
  • Different Models (Specs)
  • Release Date
  • Images
HAPPY HITTING :)
Hey JG,

Unfortunately I don't have much to share at this time but based on our normal racquet "cycle", we should be seeing a new T-Flash in the summer of 2019. Our next racquet launch will be the Rebound series so be sure to keep an eye out for that as we get closer to March/Indian Wells!

-EG
 
#10
I have gotten a response from Tecnifibre Australia saying that:
"The development of a new range/replacement of a range is a long term project and it is unlikely we will see/test the racquets prior to April with their release around August/September period. Specifications will not be released until the range has been tested by our players/coaches."
 
#12
Geez, i recently bought a new TFlash and probably need a 2nd one..or should i wait until the new ones come out to see if ther're better?
IMO, the FLASH's are really lite and probably the worst racquet from Tecnifibre (not a bad racquet but terrible compared to the Tfight 305 XTC) . The new line will have more stability and will come in various weights (i am assuming a 315g version). I would wait till then!
 
#13
Hey JG,

Unfortunately I don't have much to share at this time but based on our normal racquet "cycle", we should be seeing a new T-Flash in the summer of 2019. Our next racquet launch will be the Rebound series so be sure to keep an eye out for that as we get closer to March/Indian Wells!

-EG
Are Tecni's ever getting an extended racquet again?
 
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