I've been playing my career for a while now, so now I'm in year 2005 (began in 2003). I just got booted in two grass tournaments by two low-ranked players, with low stats, in 1st round. I would never lose to players like that in other grounds (hard or clay, for example). Some things I don't understand, and I've been noticing these things even before reaching the grass season. I have 90% in speed and stamina. How can players with 60% forehand and backhand power put out winners quite often? In the grass tournament, this became more clear. My opponent had 40% in both forehand and backhand, and he was able to make winners from the baseline
I previously defeated players like that both in clay and hard courts with scores close to 6-0. Maybe I didn't learn how to play in grass yet, that's ok, but even from other grounds experience, sometimes I feel like my skills don't correspond to what they should be. For example, me having 90% speed doesn't stop a 70% FH/BH power CPU player to make great winners. However, when I was the 70% FH/BH power against some CPU with 90% speed, he managed to reach practically all my balls, forcing me to go to the net to finish the point. And I'm saying they make winners with long balls, not necessarily short ones, and not necessarily hitting on my wrong foot.
Well, as I said, maybe it is just me, but I wanted to share this with you
Oh! Forgot to say, I am playing on Pro 10 (which should give no extra advantage to CPU skills, right?)