Firstly, I've don't know if anyone else has noticed this but the CPU player seems to drain its stamina far too quickly. Almost any best of three or five set matches with long rallies ends up with the CPU exhausting their stamina bar by the end of the second set. I'm not entirely sure why, but the CPU's overuse of accelerations during rallies, their overuse of the B1 serve on second serve and the fact that they chase down too many shots, even ones which will be forced errors anyway, possibly contributes to this. I usually play best of three games a set, but I've noticed this problem on six games a set as well.
Secondly, I'm having real problem generating winners going DTL, particularly with my backhand. Hitting cross-court winners (short acceleration) is extremely easy by comparison. I know my current topspin level (87%) and CPU level (Incredible-1) isn't the best for that type of shot, but it just seems like the CPU reads and defends against that particular shot far too well, but not so well against the cross-court shot. If anyone else has some tips to improve my DTL shot, I'd be happy to listen.