Toughest CPU Opponent Ever

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Toughest CPU Opponent Ever

Postby MarkChan » 10 Jul 2012, 16:55

I think Lleyton Hewitt is the toughest opponent for this game.
He has very good return of serve and very good speed which makes us hard to hit a winner in the baseline battle.
Meanwhile, his returns are very wide that it is difficult for us to chase it.
He also has good net skills that his net approaches are pretty effective and it is hard to hit a passing shot winner against him.

If you do want to beat him, you need incredible serving. Every single servic game of yours is probably going to be close because of his wonderful return serve.
You have to find a way out everytime. Therefore I use b2 for first serve and b1 for second serve. The ad court service performance is going to be the key as my T-slice serve may cause some trouble to him.
Moreover, you need to be lucky. You have to converse the break point opportunity efficiently. Otherwise, you are not going to get it again easily since you are pretty passive in those baseline battles.
Another key is that you need to have good anticipation when he comes to the net. You need to take the ball earlier when he is coming to the net to make a winner.

Who do you think is the toughest opponent in Tennis Elbow? Rafa Nadal?Davydenko?Hewitt? You name it!
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