Stajus wrote:Doubles has reached a point where you should aim to use various bugs during every single point and if you try to volley properly with b1 or b2 you cant link combinations of volleys without making errors So people just do no shot volleys half of the time until they get a chance to spam the opponent's partner.
Tene wrote:I agree, it's like the game entirely depends on my CPU partner. I play better than all 4 players on court (normally most of the time) and even at net i am really good but it's my CPU partner who jumps into picture just to do non-sense
E=mc2 wrote:Agreed about doubles. There are thousands of bugs in my cpu partner!
But i don't agree with him in singles view. Basically Stan wants to get rid of players like Nadalesque who are too good with spin....So he is trolling there!
Spin defenders!!! hmm ...all ball-bashing baseliners' biggest enemies. They just complain because they can't beat the defenders who use spin. Well one can call it as moon balls even if it comes at >90 kph at shoulder height(NOT AT SMASH HEIGHT WHICH I CALL AS MOON BALLS)??? Stan you should realize that Nadal also plays such shots in real tennis. You can call him a Moonballer but i think there is nothing wrong with it....It is NOT against the rules. There are ways to beat spin players just by playing clever tennis....
People who are complaining about spin in singles are just noobs who just hit bang bang bang balls with 0 spin, no skill of playing shots of variety ----> low life tennis Some players are just like Isner lol, just serve big and hit a winner next ball at 150kph+ ....and they enjoy this?! soooo boring
In fact i enjoy watching Nadal's match. You see more variety of shots in his match than watching some boring Isner's match, which is just trolling with serve and ball bashing
Also i want to tell to all people who are delusional and don't know what really a moon ball means:
MOON BALL: A very high lob mixed into a baseline exchange, primarily used to change the tempo.<just google it if you think i am wrong lol>
So i don't think 60-70% spinners are moonballers because they are not playing high lobs ....it's just you can't beat them and you complain
This incognito noob again...damn, first beat anyone in Top 10 then comment on others' level
You don't understand this game or real tennis and just spam the forum without ever playing, you are a nobody and should just shut up already
If you understood tennis you would see why the tennis I described is impossible to see in real life. If you don't contribute anything to improve the gameplay and the realism of the game, please also stop writing some nonsense and commenting on which player beats which on the Tour like a 10 year old kid because this is irrelevant
60-80 topspin tennis is nonsense considering current settings and 2013, completely unrealistic and Nadal doesn't play even close to it. Heinrich and Voja play brilliantly with 25-30% topspin which closely resembles Nadal's game. Spinning 70% with a tall volleyer player and hitting 1-2 baseline winners and all the other points at net isn't tennis, it's simply abuse of the way the game is programmed and happens to work well. Buglord tennis. 25-30% topspin shots are similar to what Nadal plays, 70% topspin shots are moonballs which you don't understand of course.
Here is your realistic singles tennis attached. You will never ever see a match like this in real life. Ever. Nadalesque can't hit a winner from the baseline except when the opponent gets bored and gives a slice -> short angle acceleration. And this should win a Grand Slam? Lol, silly "Einstein"
Finally, no I'm not complaining because I can't beat this style...First of all, I'm currently not playing tournaments and don't care if I can't beat some players anyways Secondly, I never played vs Nadalesque. Thirdly, I'm not saying anything about Heinrich and Voja anyways because I can appreciate their exceptional movement and with 25-30 TS they can hit baseline winners and not just wait to rush the net and before that spin for 1 min. They are also equally great with low or 0 TS because their quality is in the movement, not the spin...spin just helps make harsher scores vs other guys on slow and bouncy surfaces. So yeah, I'm commenting because when I watched some dmos of this "champion" style I wanted to puke
P.S. Manu, could you change the thread name to "Doubles and singles issues"? Thanks.
Good comment about "jumping into picture"...I wish my partner would not touch any balls in the middle and instead leave them to me and just cover his side religiously He jumps into the middle and then gets spammed by the opponent human player
Also, when I return I noticed my partner stands 1 m from the net which is cool, but once I hit the return he tries to kiss the net...so he can receive winners or forced errors if the opponent at net just hits to his side...So boring Don't understand why he comes closer to the net AFTER I hit a return, literally kissing the net and then he can't do anything...In general partners start coming closer and closer to the net when they volley and of course this results in forced errors by being spammed.
Manu, please make partners volley from 1 m away from the net at all times. They should not move forward and closer to the net after a volley. This would fix a large majority of the issues. Also when the CPU partner does leave a bit of space between him and the net, he is prone to b1+up or acceleration + up into his feet -> partners hit this 10 metres out lol. They should be able to make this half volley somehow
Stajus wrote:Welcome to Buglord tennis where safe shots, moonballs and bugs are huge weapons
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