I used to be turned off to the samurai paintjob these racquets had, so I never even tried this racquet, even though I used to have the early 2008 model TFight 320 with the spin monster 16x20 pattern. I used to not like the tinny feel of the original TFight 320, but was surprised at the demo I had.
The difference is that the head flexes well, even though the stiffness rating is near 70, in the Babolat Pure Drive or Aero Pro Drive territory. I get all the spin and power I would want out of a Babolat but with a nicer flex feel of a Head or Volkl racquet. Hitting flat feels good with the 18x19 pattern, but the spin potential is incredible! I have absolutely no fear hitting high topspin one handers with this racquet. I felt like Vilas on the backhand with this, because I didn't even need to use a loop to get the spin! lol
These come with silicone already in the handle too. The stability is amazing and the bite on the ball is just nasty!
The specs have not changed from 2010 for these racquets, so if you don't mind the samurais in gold or red, the racquet is exactly the same as the 2012 racquet. They can be found for 129 on the web!
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All have the same spec, balance, stiffness, swingweight, pattern, etc.. The last one is the latest, 2012 paintjob, without cartoon samurais. Tipsarevic uses this racquet. Verdasco used the heavier version a year or two ago, the TFight 335. Baghdatis also used Tecnifibre until going back to Fischer now.
Shoot! I tried it tonight against the Head IG Prestige Pro. The Prestige is better feeling and performing. Well, these TFight 325s are nice still. Just too much zing on the volleys.
These look soo much better tho!
You can pick up the 4 grip size VO2's for $75.00, great racket for that price.
Where? For the 325 VO2's?? That's incredibly low.
Fromuth still has some
Shoot! I playing insane with the racquet tonight. I gotta figure out if I play better with this than my mainstay Pro Tour 280, but I probably want to get a pair eventually.
is that Crappy pro blend on the LEft.... no wonder why this racquet suxs