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Re: World Tour Suggestions

Postby manutoo » 21 Jan 2009, 06:41

the normal volley speed is around 90km/h ; with low volleys, it can go down to 65km/h, and with hip height volleys, about 75km/h ; with next update it'll respectively be about 75km/h and 80km/h, both for human and CPU... I hope it won't be a such big difference that it will unbalance the game... :)
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Re: World Tour Suggestions

Postby R.Gasquet » 27 Jan 2009, 03:09

is it just me, or are the computors impossible to wrong foot? like on clay, a guy was sprinting in one direction so i hit it to where he WAS standing, the comp jolted to a stop and got to the ball easily, not sliding a little or a lot like my guy seems to do :(
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Re: World Tour Suggestions

Postby manutoo » 27 Jan 2009, 05:59

yup, there's no real wrong foot, just a half one due to inertia ; but CPU & Human have the same rule for inertia, the CPU isn't advantaged...
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Re: World Tour Suggestions

Postby btaylor » 27 Jan 2009, 06:43

On the World Tour Malisse and Benneteau should have 2 hand backhands, Amalgro has a 1 hander. I saw some others but can't remember who. More on this later :wink: Also, even though Nalbandian is a decent volleyer in real life, in TE he comes to net WAY too much! IMO he should be more of a defender, counter or maybe a power baseliner. Right now he seems more like varied.
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Re: World Tour Suggestions

Postby btaylor » 27 Jan 2009, 08:23

CPU is almost IMPOSSIBLE to lob!? :?
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Re: World Tour Suggestions

Postby Togtdyalttai » 27 Jan 2009, 08:27

btaylor wrote:On the World Tour Malisse and Benneteau have 2 hand backhands, Amalgro has a 1 hander. I saw some others but can't remember who. More on this later :wink: Also, even though Nalbandian is a decent volleyer in real life, in TE he comes to net WAY too much! IMO he should be more of a defender, counter or maybe a power baseliner. Right now he seems more like varied.


I agree with you as to this point, but here's what's really happening. Nalbandian is listed as a counter (which he really is) but the counter style player comes to net WAY too often. I feel that Manutoo's conception of what a counterpuncher is is an offensive-minded counterpuncher, like Nalbandian. But even his style is too offensive-minded. Then there's the other style of counterpuncher that has been completely left out. David Ferrer is someone who would fit into this more defensive-minded counterpuncher category. Thus, my suggestion is that the counterpuncher style should be split into offensive counterpuncher and defensive counterpuncher and the offensive counterpuncher style should be made a wee bit less offensive.
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Re: World Tour Suggestions

Postby btaylor » 29 Jan 2009, 07:55

Ivo Karlovic has a one-hand backhand :wink:
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Re: World Tour Suggestions

Postby btaylor » 30 Jan 2009, 04:52

IMO Karlovic's serve should be around 97% power, 90% accuracy, at least 75% consistency...it's the second-most powerful serve next to Roddick's on the tour in real life and the ONLY part of his game that is a real threat! :P Roddick's should be around 100%. Juan Monaco also has a one-hander..
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Re: World Tour Suggestions

Postby Santiago92 » 30 Jan 2009, 21:53

Federer has less skills than Wawrinka in the game, it itsn't realistic Manu :(
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Re: World Tour Suggestions

Postby btaylor » 31 Jan 2009, 02:45

Yes...I noticed that too. I have a MUCH harder time with Wawrinka, than Fed...THAT should NOT happen.. :roll:
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Re: World Tour Suggestions

Postby Santiago92 » 04 Feb 2009, 02:56

Manu, it's Sam Querrey, not Samuel Querrey.
http://www.atpworldtour.com/tennis/3/en ... umber=Q927
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Re: World Tour Suggestions

Postby manutoo » 04 Feb 2009, 05:59

I guess both Sam & Samuel are ok : http://www.tennisinsight.com/playerid1971.htm

I checked, and for 2008 Federer's average is above Wawrinka's average.

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btaylor, it's possible to lob the CPU, but very hard, you have to be close of the baseline and use the top spin lob when the CPU is very close of the net...
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Re: World Tour Suggestions

Postby btaylor » 04 Feb 2009, 06:14

It just seemed when I played against both in the same World Tour tournament that Wawrinka was much faster than Fed and maybe had a stronger backhand when, in real life, he's just a little more than half as fast/quick as Fed...
Wawrinka's a fairly big/stocky guy...powerful, but not so fast.
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