BennisTelbow wrote:I have checked out a couple of other threads for some more tips, these are quite useful though.
When you say keep the top spin at a certain level do you mean just on those surfaces, because I read that I think no matter what style of player you are, you should always have a high spin for clay and synthetic, and low spin for the other mid to fast surfaces?
I always wondered what exactly yoga did, all I thought I saw was a slight change in reflexes, but not much, not as much as sprinting.
Is the training regimen you said tailored for varied players?
You mentioned rallying, but said to not have a sparring partner, so when I'm at home I should rally with one of the other coached players, what happens when they are all away at a tourney?
viktor1212 wrote:U know guys u can change the line in the tennis.ini that says: Incredible:0, something to 1.00000 and then u wont drop stats from week to week
BennisTelbow wrote:I actually don't play doubles, should I, because my singles ranking is so high now that I won't be able to play doubles at the same tourney's, I always think that doubles takes away training time and makes your player more tired so I have been foregoing it lately, but I will do it if it helps my singles, though I don't see how.
petrone_maxi wrote:It can give you a great confidence boost (But can sunk your confidence as well)
rodgegui wrote:yeah but if your partner is a good one, the probability of losing a single match is really low: when you are a top 5 and partnering another one, you can lost 5 matches only during the whole season!
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