Introducing the Tecnifibre T-Fight DC

August 15, 2016

Miami, Florida – Tecnifibre is excited to announce the launch of the latest edition of the T-Fight racquet line, the T-Fight DC. Featuring Dynacore technology along with a NEW red, white and blue colorway, the T-Fight DC will be available to the public on Wednesday, August 17th. The T-Fight DC will be played by many Tecnifibre ATP World Tour Players, beginning with Donald Young and Denis Kudla at the 2016 U.S. Open.


“As an expert brand, we were committed to designing a racquet that would enhance your confidence in your game.” – Laurent Blary, Tecnifibre Product Manager

Tecnifibre’s featured racquet technology, Dynacore, provides enhanced feel without sacrificing power or control. Dynacore offers an unmatched combination of flexibility and torsion stability. Along with Dynacore, the T-Fight DC racquets have EZ Lock Eyelets for ease of stringing and Armor Cap Bumpers, a thicker, wider and longer bumper guard for better protection.

Pulling from its French roots, Tecnifibre’s new T-Fight DC is designed with French pride in mind. The “bleu, blanc, rouge” cosmetics are beautifully designed to help the racquets stand out on the court.

“I can’t wait to fight with the new racquet and I’m really digging the new colorway of red, white and blue!” – Donald Young, Tecnifibre Team member and ATP World Tour Player

“This racquet is great for finding a balance between control and power. It allows me to adapt to different game styles easily which is a crucial part in my game when playing against the best.” – Denis Kudla, Tecnifibre Team member and ATP World Tour Player

T-Fight DC Series 3 racquets include 300, 305, 315, and 320-gram racquets while T-Fight DC Series 2 racquets include 280 and 295-gram racquets. T-Fight Series 2 racquets feature Synergy Link HD technology, exclusive PU construction in both the frame and the handle to render a more comfortable feel. All T-Fight DC racquets are sold unstrung.

Tecnifibre is a French manufacturer of tennis, squash and padel equipment founded in 1979 by current CEO, Thierry Maissant. Throughout its development, Tecnifibre has built itself a worldwide reputation in the racquet sports market, providing premium quality products to players of all levels.

Tecnifibre racquets are the official racquets of the ATP World Tour.