This racket comes unstrung.
Updated with a new material technology for 2018, the ATP TFight 320 XTC is a great option for intermediate and advanced ball strikers.
At 320 grams, this is the heaviest member of the TFight family. As such, it provides experienced players with the needed mass for absorbing and redirecting pace or driving the ball powerfully through the court.
It also comes with an 18x19 string pattern, which provides plenty of precision (and confidence) on full swings.
The signature technology is called Xtreme Touch Construction, which is deployed in strategic parts of the racket to boost flexibility, touch and stability. The 320 also comes with the Armor Cap+ bumper guard along with Tecnifibre's EZ Lock+ tie-off grommets for easier string installation.
On groundstrokes, the head light balance helps keep the TFight 320 maneuverable, and the stringbed response is accurate enough for attacking the ball or selecting ambitious targets. Although not as spin-friendly as the TFight 315, experienced players should have no problem bringing the ball down effectively with this racket.
At net, the Tfight 320 rewards clean mechanics with great control, and it also does a good job redirecting pace. Finally, aggressive servers will find enough control to swing for power.
Ultimately, the TFight 320 is a solid option for intermediate and advanced players looking for a nice blend of stability, control and feel.
Other features include a Horseback Strip for greater stringbed power and comfort, and Dynacore HD, a flexible braided fiber to enhance feel and comfort.