- Daniil Medvedev.
- Nicolau Motilla.
- Janko Tipsarević
- Devin Britton.
- Denis Istomin.
- Aljaz Bedene.
- Jérémy Chardy.
- Marius Copil.
Keeping this in view, what tennis racket does Daniil Medvedev use?
Similarly, do any pros use Tecnifibre?
The entire Tecnifibre universe is on only one page ! From the very beginning, the French brand manufactured tennis racquets for competitive players, such as the T-Flash and T-Fight ranges. Today, these ranges are used by professional tennis players, including Jeremy Chardy, Daniil Medvedev and Aljaz Bedene.
Are Tecnifibre good rackets?
Superb control, stability and a comfortable feel made the Tecnifibre ATP TFight 305 XTC a massive hit among our playtesters. … Intermediate to advanced players who are looking for a stable player’s racquet with plenty of plow through and control should not overlook the TFight 305 XTC.
1, Novak Djokovic is currently using the Head Graphene 360+ Speed Pro racket. Like most professional players, Djokovic uses a Pro Stock frame, which is a Head racquet, known as the PT113B. However when he initially broke onto the ATP tour, the Serb used a Wilson sponsored racquet until 2008.
The reason for that is not just the big sweet spot, it’s also the high swing weight that usually gives new players more control. The racquet weights 305g and considering that, it’s quite unique to have a swing weight of 329.
Daniil Medvedev’s Racquet
Daniil used a Wilson Six One 95 for many years but is currently sponsored by Tecnifibre. Based on pics from a person who actually owns his racquets, it seems to be a Tecnifibre Dynacore 305 with plenty of weight added to get it up close to 360 grams.
Babolat Custom Dampener
The dampener of choice for Rafael Nadal to match his racquet is the Babolat Custom Damp.
The cost not only depends on the player but also on the features of the racket. Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray use rackets produced by Head, which cost between €250-€280 or around $307-$344. Roger Federer’s, Wilson Pro Staff RF 97 Autograph costs around €270 or about $344.
Federer, for what it’s worth, is using a racket that weighs in north of 12.5 ounces — far too heavy for the average club-level player or even high-level junior for that matter.