Agreed, net play in general could do with quite a few changes imo...MarkChan wrote:Suggestion for Doubles (and singles):
Make volleying much more effective at net when you are really closing in to the net/and make short-angled volley a lot easier. Becoz if you look at doubles, rallies are abnormally long as volleys are always defended and doubles in real life is about short point...
Rob92 wrote:Agreed, net play in general could do with quite a few changes imo...
Drop volleys can only currently be performed reliably when you are in perfect position and charge for a significant amount of time, when in real life this is all about feel and racquet head control, and can be performed on an extreme reach. When the ball is outside of easy reach in TE, all you can do is a very defendable slice or b1 safe volley. Look at how Dustin Brown plays, most of this guy's game is based around this type of shot and it's impossible right now in TE.
Picking the ball up on a half-volley is not a thing in TE right now - if you're not there for a full volley, you get a groundstroke animation which is almost always resulting in an error. Picking a ball up off the ground is a key skill in any volleyer's arsenal and a very deft technique, some players can even play very accurate and delicate shots from this position, but in TE it is always a lottery and nearly always an error even with very highly skilled volleyers.
On top of this, the angled volleys you talk about too, when the ball is slow and high, in real life even for an amateur player it is easy to put these away at impossible angles.
I'm not sure on an exact control scheme to make these shots possible, but these are shots that are common in real life tennis that we can't accomplish currently in TE.
polakis wrote:I think that you must improve service returns. Its way too difficult. I have played 200 online games plus offline matches and i get destroyed from top players. cant even return normal. I cant be that useless player. I was no1 online in top spin 4 world tour on xbox360!
markoZG wrote:No, they dont have to change anything. This is simulation, not an arcade game like top spin,
Practise, and youll be better. If not, this is not the game for you man.
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