Huge Slices

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Huge Slices

Postby zaidf » 16 Sep 2008, 20:06

When playing against people on the internet, sometimes they use huge slices against me which curve a lot. How do you use this? The CTRL button doesn't seem to have this huge effect when I use it.
Also, how do you counter it? I only seem to be able to use safe shot and slice shot back. The accelerated shot never really seems to work.
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Postby Tom Paulman » 16 Sep 2008, 22:25

You can return it quite safely by any shot except power shot. And I agree that the maximum slice should be reduced, I like to slice myself but some players do unreal and almost unreturnable slices which makes the game less fun.
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Postby zaidf » 17 Sep 2008, 09:14

How do you actually DO those slices?
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Postby TTennisfan » 17 Sep 2008, 12:58

No it shouldn't be reduced u want everything for u which is hard to reduce 1st it was with the top spin lob and then with the slice, it's not un realistic
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Postby Tom Paulman » 17 Sep 2008, 13:27

TTennisfan wrote:No it shouldn't be reduced u want everything for u which is hard to reduce 1st it was with the top spin lob and then with the slice, it's not un realistic


LOL, so 90 degrees slice is realistic and normal and returnable? Show me a YouTube video of a match where you have seen it :lol:
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Postby TTennisfan » 17 Sep 2008, 23:42

Tom Paulman wrote:
TTennisfan wrote:No it shouldn't be reduced u want everything for u which is hard to reduce 1st it was with the top spin lob and then with the slice, it's not un realistic


LOL, so 90 degrees slice is realistic and normal and returnable? Show me a YouTube video of a match where you have seen it :lol:


it's not 90 degrees 1st, and 2nd one day i'll show u a video... and finally it's around 50°, 60°
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Postby milos » 17 Sep 2008, 23:46

i have to agree with tom paulman. those shots are really un-realisitic, but are quite returnable with anything other then power shot...

same goes for drop shot-smash ;)
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Postby TTennisfan » 17 Sep 2008, 23:56

Yes it's realistic


Check what I did for you 2 :

What's in red it's ur opignon Tom (90°)
and in blue it's the real degree (50-60°)

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Postby CC » 19 Sep 2008, 03:34

I love the illustrations !!!!!
:D :o :lol: :P :lol: :o :D
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Postby TTennisfan » 19 Sep 2008, 16:46

CC wrote:I love the illustrations !!!!!
:D :o :lol: :P :lol: :o :D



Hey, I am not an artist or painter :twisted: I did that under 2 minutes lol , I just would like to show T.P and milos how the ball is curving and show them that it is realistic
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Postby Santiago92 » 20 Sep 2008, 05:29

TTennisfan wrote:
CC wrote:I love the illustrations !!!!!
:D :o :lol: :P :lol: :o :D



Hey, I am not an artist or painter :twisted: I did that under 2 minutes lol , I just would like to show T.P and milos how the ball is curving and show them that it is realistic


Where? Maybe in Mercury, Venus, Mars or Neptune :lol:
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Postby Guest » 24 Sep 2008, 00:06

zaidf wrote:How do you actually DO those slices?
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Postby Lucky Rooky » 10 Oct 2008, 15:41

Guest wrote:
zaidf wrote:How do you actually DO those slices?

I wanna know this, too.
I'm very interested about this. Please send me a mail.
I'm looking foreward to this, thanks. :wink:
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Re: Huge Slices

Postby R.Gasquet » 09 Mar 2009, 21:04

lulz I was one of the few people who could use this shot. Since nobody plays 06 anymore I guess its kl to tell you. When the previous point ends, you immediatly start to press the buttons for slice. Now, the longer the person takes to serve, or if you get a 2nd serve, you get a bigger curle on the ball. So now you know :D :lol:
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