The Spurs boss praised the passing ethos instilled by manager Brendan Rodgers and warned other Premier League sides about the difficulties of visiting the Liberty Stadium
Spurs led through Rafael van der Vaart's strike just before half time but couldn't hold on against a relentless Swans attack as Scott Sinclair levelled in the 84th minute.
Redknapp praised opposite number Brendan Rodgers for the passing football he has instilled in his side and warned Premier League competitors that they face a difficult game at the Liberty Stadium.
He told Sky Sports: "They’re a good side, a very good team. I think there won’t be many teams who come here and get an easy game.
"Brendan’s done absolute miracles with the way they play. Twenty-five minutes into the second half I thought ‘no real problems’ and then in the last 20 minutes they started to make a few chances and in the end, I’ve got to be honest, they deserved a goal - they played very well.
"They’re certainly a good side. A lot of people talk about us but he has really got them playing some good football. They’re a threat, the widemen have got pace and they’re a good team.
"It just shows you what you can do with people when you give them a bit of belief and he’s got them believing in the way they play.
"It’s great to see a team try to pass the ball like that, they make angles, they all want the ball and they’re a real credit. They’re top class."
The 64-year-old went on to dismiss suggestions that Spurs' disappointment would be heightened on a day when Manchester United, who lead them in second place in the Premier League, dropped points.
He continued: "I’m pleased that results have gone in our favour but you’re not going to win every game.
"We’re all disappointed not get three points but I think a lot of teams will come here and be pleased to get a point.
"Coming away from home, it’s a difficult place to come you look at their home record, look at the low number of goals they’ve conceded and you can see why when you see them play today.
"It’s not as if they play defensively, they get people forward and they pass the ball fantastically."