How works the bad/good day system?

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How works the bad/good day system?

Postby bigu30 » 15 Oct 2020, 15:24

I was playing with a defender player (top 10), that confront another defender player (#102 in ranking) and my player lost by 6/1 6/2, with 60% of adversary points being of unforced errors. It was incredible how he lose, missing almost every point out. So, I tried to play the same game again, with same strategy and style, and this time he won by 6/0 6/4. The difference was in unforced errors, with my player hit the points inside the court instead out.

Is the difference of bad and good day so intense??
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Re: How works the bad/good day system?

Postby manutoo » 16 Oct 2020, 06:27

Hello,

If in the 1st match your player was having a bad day and in the 2nd it's your opponent who was having a bad day, then it might be normal.

Was it with textual matches or 3D matches ? 3D match results are much less stable than textual ones.
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Re: How works the bad/good day system?

Postby bigu30 » 16 Oct 2020, 20:02

It was 3D matches. I know the players have good and bad days, but it was so intense that I was shocked! It's interesting to the game, give us more emotions.
I really noted this. It's common to see a 6/0 set when I watch or play 3D matches.
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Final: Sofia (s), Rio de Janeiro (s), Washington (s)
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Re: How works the bad/good day system?

Postby manutoo » 17 Oct 2020, 06:22

Ok, so it's probably expectable. At the same level, it's not uncommon to see a 6/2 set followed by a 2/6 set.
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