n 201 wrote:
pfffffff...did u even read my complete post? i said + or - 20% variation. so that is clearly realistic. Do u think players never change styles during match? then u have very little tennis experience. yeah, its true that a person cannot complete style of play during match but he can change it to some extent which can make a huge difference in winning the match. player who don't practice cannot play right shots no matter if he changes stats. a player with more complete technique can change his style during the match depending on situation although its not too big of a change but as i say "TO SOME EXTENT HE CAN". Roger Federer is the best example of trying many things during the match when he is trailing in the match. He somehow finds the right style to beat his opponent by trying new things if he lost a set or so. A great technician
But what u are talking about is changing tactics it is not improvement of of stats, players in real life dont improve there stats during a match.. And since u spoke about Federer, and if what u are talking about is what really happens in real life he would do this: Match vs Nadal he starts with normal stats(lets imagine in this case that he has a 70% backhand) but Nadal starts destroying his backhand so he goes in to the "menus", and takes 20% of his volley and puts it on backhand. Now Federer has an 90% backhand which is awesome and Nadal forehand spin doesnt work anymore, awesome
Of course this is an absurd, people cant do that, if ur forehand, backhand,serve, volley is weak during a match it wont improve with the course of it.. and like i said in the other message is, u have to find some stats that make u able to change ur tactics during a match, for example: if u put 90% on both back and forehand, 50/60% on volley, or even 20/30% in spin, u can play in baseline if u need, u can go to net and be a great volleyer and even be a good defender all in the same match..
Chosing the stats is what it makes u able to change ur style of play during the match