Wrong foot - running in circles

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Wrong foot - running in circles

Postby Mario » 09 Jun 2015, 22:38

First of all I know I'm not the most skilled player but I've been playing this game for more than 10 years probably so I just wanna know if I'm making things up or I'm just crazy. One quick question, Is it just me or is it impossible to catch a good 2000+ elo players on wrong foot unless it's short acceleration so they don't have enough time to pick it up. I've been trying it in my last 70 matches past 2 weeks and it's just same every time. I get safe shot ball in middle of court, smash it on their side and they just run in circle (don't really know how to explain), like they go up and go instant back to gain more speed (i guess) and they keep getting every ball on their side. I haven't played this for long so I'm asking if anything has changed on gameplay or is anyone else noticing the same lol? I see more and more playing running in circles which doesn't look realistic to me at all (also considering counters & defenders are already overpowered). It gets frustrated when you're playing as a power baseliner and they keep defending until you ran out of stam (which can happen on first point on the match). Thanks.
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Re: Wrong foot - running in circles

Postby MarkChan » 09 Jun 2015, 23:55

This is a GAME. don't take it so serious :lol:
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Re: Wrong foot - running in circles

Postby NESXA » 10 Jun 2015, 00:01

Sorry Mario, but I didn't know that you don't like "running in circles"... We won't play anymore.
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Re: Wrong foot - running in circles

Postby Marin » 10 Jun 2015, 00:27

MarkChan wrote:This is a GAME. don't take it so serious :lol:



LOL he have a right to comment something like this and ask if he dont understand something :sweat:
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Re: Wrong foot - running in circles

Postby Stajus » 10 Jun 2015, 01:19

That isn't a new thing, it's been around forever...
But only a few players with great reflexes can do it efficiently :lol:
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Re: Wrong foot - running in circles

Postby Algo » 10 Jun 2015, 15:54

It's been around longer than it should...
Manutoo had fixed it but had to take it back due to complaining :lol:
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