Tennischampion wrote:10,000 times lol stand at one place and hit the ball 10,000 times....i m sure u wud get tired i think its not instant tiredness but hitting the ball also causes tiredness like pain in hands a bit..if u play really long match.best example is isner mahut where both just slept on court at the end.they had no power in their hands at the end
Running is not much an issue in tennis.
So, the feature needs a lot of tuning to be realistic, and that's why it's not used in the online tournaments
Stajus wrote:Tiredness mainly arises due to running, not hitting the ball with power...
Stajus wrote:This part is about real life (seems that I didn't make that clear) So, no, I don't prefer the '09 system where 100% of "tiredness" is expressed in losing accelerations...I just expect running to be more tiring than hitting the ball - at least for me it is...And I'm a decent amateur player, but I didn't play much this year so I probably suck now But, I don't hit at 135 kmh so Still, pretty much all the top players on the World Tour here thought that this tiredness feature would help the "bashers" , but with 50-50 it might even help the defenders further (yeah defensive type players still dominate here or at least the ones that are the best at defending - even though they arent necessarily defensive all the time )...Lol, nvm I'll never get "tired" in doubles anyways, but I'll tire myself out by bashing every ball in singles My own experience is the opposite from yours, I'm pretty sure I mainly get tired from running rather than hitting hard...(but now you'll say that's because I hit like a good club player at only 90 kmh ).
P.S. I think serving is actually more tiring than powerful groundstrokes - again from my own experience of long 4-5 setters in RL
The more your Overall Energy bar goes under 50%, the more :
* you lose a bit of precision on your strikes
* your max run speed lowers & your run acceleration lowers
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