Help meeee [I hit weak strikes]

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Help meeee [I hit weak strikes]

Postby Guest » 07 Nov 2009, 18:18

I have very good options but I hit very weak balls very often and I always loose with players who has the same options why???? I hit the ball in bad time???? or what my balls are often out or are slow and I don't know what to do and when I run to the ball I often has to hit safe ball not agresive and fast becasue then always is error how should I hit the balls ???PLS help

Re: Help meeee

Postby Lindda » 07 Nov 2009, 20:05

I also have problem with hiting balls how should i do that?????

Re: Help meeee

Postby Algo » 08 Nov 2009, 00:22

if the problem is that your shots goes too weak and centered, you have to keep the button pressed all the time until the ball is off the racket, if you stop before it's off the racket, your ball will go to the center and very weak, like a safe shot(no button pressed at all).
If it's not exactly that, do you play with the danger zone preview?, if not, turn it on, and see that you will have 2 green zones, one for forehand and one for backhand...always try to be positioned at either of those zones as soon as you can, if you're well positioned earlier, you should be able, if you do what I said above, to hit as hard as your power and top spin skills lets you. To maximize the power, try 0 top spin and 100 at power, that way you'll have a max speed of 150km/h on a regular basis and even more in some shots, but it will be riskier.

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Re: Help meeee

Postby btaylor » 13 Nov 2009, 07:50

If you're just beginning it's probably best if you use the help aids/previews to help you center the ball on your racquet strings...
Like Algo said, if you get your player in position early then you can hit a solid shot to maximize your power...

After a while, I found that I didn't need the previews at all, in fact, I now find them distracting...

Odds are that you will too...later on, after you get better at it...
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