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Rally strike count display

Postby Togtdyalttai » 26 Apr 2009, 03:03

Since it is the clay season, I've been having rallies over 100 strikes about every two days. Sometimes the strike counts aren't displayed, however. I know the game never displays them if the next point is break point, set point, or match point, and even if it isn't it sometimes still doesn't. I'd like to see this changed.
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Re: Rally strike count display

Postby manutoo » 26 Apr 2009, 09:54

Hello,

the strike count is always displayed when the count is above 30 and there's nothing else displayed (ie: break/set/match point, or winner/error count, etc...)
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Re: Rally strike count display

Postby Santiago92 » 26 Apr 2009, 14:53

Yes, but I think Tog wanted to mean that if it is a long rally, he wants to see the count and not "break/set/match point" or "Winner of forehand/backhand..."
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Re: Rally strike count display

Postby Togtdyalttai » 26 Apr 2009, 18:05

Well said, Santi. That's exactly what I meant.
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Re: Rally strike count display

Postby that_dood » 28 Apr 2009, 04:35

No, break point and set point are way more important than how many strikes you had.
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Re: Rally strike count display

Postby Togtdyalttai » 28 Apr 2009, 04:40

that_dood wrote:No, break point and set point are way more important than how many strikes you had.


The thing is, it's pretty obvious to most people when it's break point or set point. And for me, there's so many strikes in my clay rallies that I would like to see how many there was. At least something where I could choose which I want to see would be nice.
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Re: Rally strike count display

Postby El_Dada » 05 May 2009, 18:15

Togtdyalttai wrote:Since it is the clay season, I've been having rallies over 100 strikes about every two days. Sometimes the strike counts aren't displayed, however. I know the game never displays them if the next point is break point, set point, or match point, and even if it isn't it sometimes still doesn't. I'd like to see this changed.


Wow!, quite impressive, my record is 62 strikes in a rally (in clay of course), and i play at pro-10. That had to be epic!. :shock:
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