By TENNIS.com on December 07, 2009
The 335 is a half-ounce heavier, and the 320 is stiffer, but for the most part these T-Fight racquets from Tecnifibre have very similar playability characteristics. Both sticks tip the scales in the 12-ounce neighborhood, making them extremely stable. But they’re exceptionally head light, so even playtesters who found them to be a tad heavy still liked the racquets’ maneuverability. Although Tecnifibre believes the T-Fights should appeal most to players who like to engage in long rallies from the baseline, our testers still found that they performed well at net, particularly in the control and touch departments. As with most advanced racquets, power came to those players who can generate plenty of swing speed and locate the adequately sized sweet spot. A nice element of both frames is that each is offered with either a tight (18 x 20) or open (16 x 20) string pattern.