How To Train a Junior Player ?

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How To Train a Junior Player ?

Postby iopzzza » 18 Jan 2019, 01:03

And please if someone can , explain to me HOW to train my player so he doesnt lose stat potential please, even on lowest difficulty i cant do it. I need a guide if someone can, please :) Thank you
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Re: Please help me

Postby MichaelTA » 18 Jan 2019, 02:48

If you're referring to coaching juniors, I couldn't reach ~90% potential in all stats in master difficulty so I gave up with trying to coach a junior starting player.

I did find though that you want to play tournaments at least 2-3 times in the first year, increasing by 1 or 2 every year for better motivation and experience for building the mental skills up. Make sure you enter both singles and doubles, even if you don't intend on doing this as a pro because the experience you gain helps out a lot, and if you get a good partner you can win a couple of matches easily no matter how low your own skills are which helps self confidence and motivation, which in turn helps you win more singles matches.

Also, bear in mind that your topspin will start at 5%, so enter indoor/grass tournaments while it's still low to give yourself a better chance of winning at the start. Winning matches is very important for motivation which, as far as I'm aware, helps you train more efficiently, and so will help you get better potentials.
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Re: How To Train a Junior Player ?

Postby manutoo » 18 Jan 2019, 10:32

MichaelTA,
I raised a bit the training efficiency in Master & Incredible difficulties for the next update.
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