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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-19-2007, 11:07 AM Thread Starter
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Hi, i'm not sure if we're allowed to advertise sales on here lol..

I have a Tecnifibre TFight 320 (18*20 string pattern) in great condition which i'm looking to sell, i've not had any offers yet on the 'bay so I thought i'd ask here.

Listing: http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...MESE:IT&ih=009

This is the racket: http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/desc...SA-T32018.html

It is grip size 4 1/2, and strung with tecnifibre X-One biphase 17 gauge at 60 lbs. It comes with the original case and a set of grommets and bumper guard.

I'm looking for bidders from the UK really because of postage costs. It's about £80 cheaper than retail!

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Re: For sale? Tecnifibre TFight 320

tecnhifibre's play horribly when strung that tight
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Re: For sale? Tecnifibre TFight 320

What playing level are you? You have an LTA rating?

The racket plays wonderfully with an emphasis on control as players rackets should. The only reason i'm selling it is to buy a duplicate of the one I already have, for competing.
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Re: For sale? Tecnifibre TFight 320

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What playing level are you? You have an LTA rating?

The racket plays wonderfully with an emphasis on control as players rackets should. The only reason i'm selling it is to buy a duplicate of the one I already have, for competing.
yes it is a good control racket, but when you string them tightly they play like a piece of wood
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