manutoo wrote:Unfortunately, if your reflexes are a bit under the average, it means they're quite under the top players and like this you have a big handicap against them, even if you're smarter about tennis strategy, as reflexes are the very base to be good at TE.
Yup - I'm not complaining though as it's very much a part of real tennis too.
I think it's more a case of the viewpoint and perspective being different in TE than real life than my reactions though - I used to play table tennis a lot to a fairly high standard (played internationally for my age group in 2005) and played cricket for a club - both sports relying heavily on quick reactions. When your view is perpendicular to your opponent it's easier to tell instantly where it's heading than a TV-like camera angle. I've tried the third person and subjective cameras but I find those difficult to use in the game.
Same for the depth of the shot - without the preview on it's difficult to tell sometimes.
The key is practice though, given enough time I'll probably get used to it