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TECNIFIBRE TF40 305 (18×20) Tennis Racket 2022
TECNIFIBRE TF40 305 (18×20) Tennis Racket 2022 (unstrung) – The TF40 range, with a NEW, clean, mainly white cosmetic design is a great all round racket. Specifically this frame is lighter at 305g (compared to the heavier 315g frame) weight is also suitable for stronger intermediate and advanced players looking to take their game to the next level.
|Weight Unstrung (+/- 5g)||305|
|Head Size (sq. in)||98|
|Beam Width (mm)||21.7|
|Balance (+/- 5mm)||325|
The racquet features a dense 18×20 string pattern, which is aided by new Xtense Bumper and Grommets. The system enlarges the sweet spot with longer eyelets and wider bumpers where the mains and crosses intersect with the frame.
Featuring updated Dynacore XTC construction, the TF40 305 delivers majestic touch and precision, while the reworked RS section adds the stability required to keep players feeling confident in their strokes. The racket does very well to maintain ample power thanks to the XTENSE B/G grommets which enlarge the sweetspot of the string-bed, and make it easier to string.
Located in Farnham, in Surrey – PURE RACKET SPORT specialises in only racket sports and has a large range of all you will need for your Tennis – and DEMOS to hit with at home…. Try out this Tennis Racket and our range of PERFORMANCE Tennis demo rackets in store in our HITTING ROOM. We are here to give advice and guidance about which model might be best and explain how the latest racket technology directly can impact your game.
TECNIFIBRE was founded in 1979 by the current CEO Thierry Maissant. Throughout its development, Tecnifibre has built itself a worldwide reputation in the tennis and squash market, releasing rackets, bags, strings, apparel and other accessories.
Tecnifibre started their squash dominance in 2009 with the Carboflex Basaltex. Initially the lightest racket in the range weighed 130 grams, with their star player at the time, Thierry Lincou, even opting for the 140 gram model.
Here’s a fun fact – Both Mohamed Elshorbagy and Nour El Shirbini used this racket as juniors, and in the same year they both won the Under 19 World Junior Championships. Nour was just 13 at the time !
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