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Rackets: Tecnifibre RedTouch review


Originally published on: 26/02/10 16:42

Hard sell: Tecnifibre says this is a great choice for the beginner at a great price a stepping stone towards its Pro-Range. And it certainly is a great price at under 75 quid.

Tennishead says: This is the cheapest racket we’ve tested for the beginners’ market. And for those of you out there who are looking for a no nonsense, value-for-money product then this is worth looking at. It doesn’t look as sophisticated as some of its more expensive rivals, although one of our group said its understated appearance made it look quite professional. Most importantly, though, we felt it played well. In fact, our testers loved it. The racket face was easy to control, said one. It’s got really nice balance, said another. Well worth a test drive, we say.

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Official Tecnifibre website


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