Redesigned with extra dampening along with a more powerful beam construction, the TFight 300 RS is a great option for the intermediate player who wants a light and speedy player's racquet. It should also work well for the more advanced player who craves easy acceleration. In addition to delivering the higher control levels endemic to the TFight series, this stick packs enough power and spin for aggressive shot making. For 2020, Tecnifibre updates this racquet's beam with an innovative RS Section, which utilizes a 5-sided R shape to keep the frame more stable through impact. The upshot is greater energy transfer to the ball resulting in a slight boost in power over the prior generation. In addition to reinforcing the yolk area where the shaft and head meet, the TFight 300 RS benefits from Foam injections, resulting in a more solid and dampened feel. Like the previous generation, this update has Xtreme Touch Construction (for stability) and Dynacore HD (for a softer feel at impact). From the baseline power and spin come surprisingly easy, and the 66RA flex point delivers a slightly more arm-friendly feel than the previous model. With its sub-320 RDC swingweight, intermediates should have no problem hitting groundstrokes on the run. The TFight 300 RS also shines at net where the quick handling and solid feel make for user-friendly volleying. All in all, this is a great option for the intermediate player who wants a user-friendly all-court weapon with enough power to control the action.
|Head Size: 98 in² / 632.26 cm²
|Length: 27in / 68.58cm
|Strung Weight:11.2oz / 318g
|Balance: 12.99in / 32.99cm / 4 pts HL
|Beam Width: 23mm / 23mm / 22.5mm
|Composition: Dynacore HD/Graphite
|Power Level: Low-Medium
|Stroke Style: Medium-Full
|Swing Speed: Medium-Fast
|Racquet Colors:White, Black, Red, Blue
|Grip Type: Tecnifibre Xtra Feel Blazon
|String Tension: 49-55 pounds
Other Items to Consider
Comments: I bought the TFight 315 RS because it had the specs that I wanted for weight, head size, string pattern and RA stiffness. The adjustment was not an easy one and no matter how hard I tried, I could not hit my backhand with this racquet. Everything else was coming along, but the backhand simply disappeared and I started slicing everything that came to me. I then demoed the 300 RS (4 points HL as opposed to 7 points HL for the 315 RS) and I could not believe the difference. I could hit all my shots, and the backhand came back. My volleys are even better than with anything I've hit with in the last 4 years, mostly Volkl frames. So the head size and string pattern for the 315 RS and 300 RS are the same, but the RA stiffness, balance point and overall weight are different and that made all the difference in the world. I am now playing with the 300 RS and just ordered another one. Tennis Warehouse gave me store credit on the 315 RS and really took care of me; just outstanding customer service. I am a 50 year old 4.0 player with semi-western forehand and two-handed backhand.
From: SW, 9/24/21
Comments: I love the feel and weight of this racquet. It has helped my performance tremendously.
From: Henry, Margate FL 7/10/21
Comments: Let me start by saying that I was in search of a racquet that would give me comfort, power, control, easy on the arm, and in 300 gram and 98 head size specification. Now presently I own the Head Graphene 360+ Speed MP, Babolat Pure Strike 98 3rd Gen, Wilson Clash 100, Prince 100 Beast, and my latest stick the Tecnifibre TF 300 RS. This Tecnifibre TFight 300 RS is just an absolutely amazing frame. It is almost the Pure Strike 98, but in a more controlled and arm-friendly manner. On serves I consider this racquet to be the best amongst all the above mentioned frames. For me it's fast turning to be the holy grail.
From: Amer, 4/17/21
Comments: This racquet is surprisingly stable for a 300 gram frame. I am hitting bigger and deeper strokes on offense and it redirects pace better than I thought it would on defense. I was previously using a Yonex VCORE Pro 310, and Wilson Pro Staff 95 before that. I decided to try something lighter as I am aging and managing a shoulder issue, both of which have contributed to recent struggles when serving. I demoed this and the Babolat Pure Drive, both 300 grams, and this was the clear winner. It's a thinner beam allowed it to cut through the air faster, and as Mark said on the video playtest, it's nice to find a 300 gram frame paired with a 98 square inch hoop. My serves have gone back to previous form and I love hitting a second slice serve with this. While at contact it doesn't feel as solid or plush as my VCORE Pro 310, I am winning more matches with this frame and beating people whom I previously struggled against because this frame is so maneuverable and packs a solid, but controllable punch. I hope Tecnifibre continues to make a version of this frame because they hit a home run in my opinion.
From: Eric, 4/10/21
Comments: I think this is the racquet the 305 XTC was supposed to be. Power, feel, and stability at a lightweight. Switching from the Blade v7 16x19, not quite enough pop for me.
From: Petero, 10/4/20
Comments: Nice balance of power and control, and this racquet has better feel than the previous model.
From: Eric, 9/14/20