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Racket Review: Tecnifibre Fight 325


Originally published on: 31/03/13 00:00

You won’t see a cleaner ball struck on tour than when Tipsarevic lets fly with this weighty, head-light racket

The Fight 325 is a players’ bat and its user must have the necessary arm strength to accelerate through the swing in order to maximise the potential of the hefty 325g racket. The tight 18×19 string pattern on this solid frame provides players with optimal directional control and precision.

Specs — Tecnifibre Fight 325

RRP: £184.99
Head size: 95
Unstrung Weight: 325g
Length: 27 inches
String Pattern: 18×19
Balance: 31cm
Beam: 21.5mm

"I want a perfect balance between power and control," Tipsarevic told tennishead when we asked him what he looked for in a tennis racket. "Every tournament is different. You can't really rely on a racket if it only has one aspect – only power or control. Even though I play a lot from the baseline I like to think of myself as an all-round player so this is why it's important that I have a racket that I can use for every single shot."

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