1) I checked and I think it's correct for the clay (more or less) ; it's a particularity of the clay to have the ball spurts up on heavy spin. Maybe it's a tiny bit too pronounced right now, but it's hard to be sure to tune it correctly without seeing some heavy spinner on clay from the side.
This one is from the back, so it's harder to judge, but it seems in par with TEM2 :
2) Average ball length has been shortened compared from TE3, as it was unrealistically too long (by design choice, because I was afraid most players would have some issues to manage their depth positioning).
To put a bit more depth, you have to prepare really early on, perfectly hit with the center of your racket strings, and have a very high Consistency in your FH & BH. A lower lift skill also slightly raises the depth of your strikes.
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