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Re: Doubles & Singles Issues

Postby E=mc2 » 15 Apr 2014, 15:13

Stajus wrote:Only a mindless fool would compare Nadal's game to 80 TS + only net rush in TE. Not even close. Heinrich/Voja game resembles Nadal's and they use around 30 TS. You're a noob who doesn't play, can't win a game probably, and shouldn't even post because you don't even distinguish the Nadal style with a buggy gameplay that abuses the game's settings with almost 0 winners from the baseline. Nadal hits all his winners at the net? Noob "Guest" aka E=mc2 :lol: Like Henrietta said, for noobs like yourself this won't matter anyways so logically you don't understand anything :sweat:

Delusional kid trolls again with my profile name in his post.Whatever the guest said, he definitely hates you. Keep on dreaming about everyone who hates you as ME. Btw good post "guest" :twisted:
I think that's rick alex, not sure though. He talks like that when he is angry :lol:
Nadal's shots are at an average of 110kmph speed which is evenly matched with 80% or if not 100% topspin player's average ground-stroke speed. Heinrich/Voja with 30 topspin can hit a max. of 140kmph and an average probably around 120kmph which is way higher to Nadal's standards on an average(just 110kmph). Also rushing to net is overrated. The both players in your demo files are topspin guys who don't have any weapons to hurt a volleyer except than playing same topspin rallies all the time and pulling an error...look at the stamina... quite boring. Don't bring such stupid demo to complain about singles match. Bring a video between say Kuga vs "Heinrich" or "Nadalesque" , then see the match. Kuga will hit much powerful strokes and can use slice and other strikes wisely just to hurt any net player. I don't think Nadalesque/ Heinrich can beat Kuga on surfaces other than clay(may be on hard too) with that Topspin Net-rushing game. They both didn't play so well from baseline when the other player is at net, because they used topspin and safe shots all the time :lol: I didn't see any big risks taken by either of them. Just playing same crap and losing the stamina. I think stamina is the big difference while playing such players. I think all styles should have same stamina. Some of the Nadal's shots come at head height for players like Federer. So i don't think topspin is unreal. Stamina is the big deal that Manutoo should probably change. It is just that noobs like Stajus can't beat topspin players and they just complain.
So for Stajus, as Algo pointed out, "Nadal's game is not tennis".... :lol:
And @Stajus, Heinrich supported me initially in his post, but he deleted his post later....May be you threatened him :lol:
P.S. Stajus the angry kid,you lost to me on tour. End of story :whistle:
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Re: Doubles & Singles Issues

Postby Stajus » 15 Apr 2014, 15:25

Lol, that's not rick-alex...Indian crappy English is obvious and I can detect it with ease :lol:
So it's you or one of your delusional buddies, but most likely...it's you :lol:
I laughed at your nooby analysis of the sets posted, that's all I will say about that part :cheers:
Next time, don't try to analyse the top players, please :roll: You wouldn't understand :roll:

Lost to you on Tour? :lol: I have never lost to an Indian player in an official Tour match, maybe a very laggy reserve match once to Nole.Lucky which never counted due to Mr Schmith beating us both (and I've beaten Nole.Lucky a bunch of times a lot of which counted). In general, laggers such as yourself have no skills other than laggy or buggy play...I appreciate Voja's/Heinrich's skills as I've said previously.

P.S. And trust me, Heinrich didn't support you but I guess it was too difficult for you to understand his comment :blackeye:
P.P.S. Again, Algo is not supporting your view either but my comment before his about moonball + net tennis...are you damn stupid or something? :aureola:

Algo wrote:And in fewer words: Nadal's game is not tennis either :lol:


:cool:

I'll give him the benefit of the doubt since his shots arent even close to the moonballs used in TE by some...and most of his winners are from the baseline :cheers:

But I can see your point :lol:
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Re: Doubles & Singles Issues

Postby E=mc2 » 16 Apr 2014, 07:14

Stajus wrote:Lol, that's not rick-alex...Indian crappy English is obvious and I can detect it with ease :lol:
So it's you or one of your delusional buddies, but most likely...it's you :lol:
I laughed at your nooby analysis of the sets posted, that's all I will say about that part :cheers:
Next time, don't try to analyse the top players, please :roll: You wouldn't understand :roll:

Lost to you on Tour? :lol: I have never lost to an Indian player in an official Tour match, maybe a very laggy reserve match once to Nole.Lucky which never counted due to Mr Schmith beating us both (and I've beaten Nole.Lucky a bunch of times a lot of which counted). In general, laggers such as yourself have no skills other than laggy or buggy play...I appreciate Voja's/Heinrich's skills as I've said previously.

P.S. And trust me, Heinrich didn't support you but I guess it was too difficult for you to understand his comment :blackeye:
P.P.S. Again, Algo is not supporting your view either but my comment before his about moonball + net tennis...are you damn stupid or something? :aureola:

This is just an example of how well your memory is! You forgot the match that you lost to a<should i mention Indian? or may be not> player and you think it's a reserve match of Nole.lucky, who didn't even play when i played :lol: Anyways you will figure out who I could be now...but anyways send a private message if you got me. No public messages please, it's just I hate publicity. Talking about support, I never said Algo supported me and Heinrich clearly said he "supported" in his deleted comment(may be it's sarcasm but i like it). Whatever! I don't need support to post a comment, may be you need it :lol:
Don't be racist. My best buddies are Nadalesque and nikuson who are far more better players than you. Indian Crappy English?!....Stfu bastard. Don't generalize a country based on your stupid observations. Don't talk further more racist related to India. By the way, sub-continent people can be far more powerful when pushed to the limits. So mind it :twisted:
Also talking about Nadal's game....it's still within par with the game. Sergi Bruguera had played many times with shots higher than shoulder height and the demo shots look alike. In fact he plays even slower lol :x Just watch his videos. But i am not a fan of his gameplay. He is quite a player on clay :wink:
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Re: Tennis Elbow 2013 v1.0c [Windows]

Postby Nigogu » 18 Apr 2014, 07:31

Stajus wrote:oh, I should do a no button shot, I forgot :lol:

I have to accept this is true :lol:

Stajus wrote:Lol, silly "Einstein" :lol:

Poor E=mc2 :blackeye:

E=mc2 wrote:And you think you are "ALL ROUND GOAT"---->You show your records and things on tour to prove it?! :lol: There are many players who didn't play tour who are as good as you. Just because they had bad connection, doesn't mean you are GOAT lol :lol: Anyways the doubles titles are won by those who know how to exploit bugs...similar to you :D I am sure that a 10 year old can behave much better than you :twisted: Anyways keep dreaming that I am noob to this game and you are GOAT LOL :unsure:
"You are not complaining because You can't beat this style"
That's the biggest joke in whatever you wrote...We all know you just lie all the time.... :wink:

Well played :fear:

Algo wrote:And in fewer words: Nadal's game is not tennis either :lol:

It is his strategy :shock: :!:
Everyone can choose the strategy they are going to use to play they matches, obviously, current TE standards are a little wrong in Singles and terrible Doubles aspect if you compare them to real tennis (caused by dumb or irrealistic bots, gameplay or TopSpin). Anyway, i don't know which side are you from, so i can't argue with that, i can't see your point :unsure:
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Re: Tennis Elbow 2013 v1.0c [Windows]

Postby Algo » 18 Apr 2014, 15:40

Nigogu wrote:It is his strategy :shock: :!:
Everyone can choose the strategy they are going to use to play they matches, obviously, current TE standards are a little wrong in Singles and terrible Doubles aspect if you compare them to real tennis (caused by dumb or irrealistic bots, gameplay or TopSpin). Anyway, i don't know which side are you from, so i can't argue with that, i can't see your point :unsure:


Remember Serve and Volley (as an example of), actually attacking to win?. I probably enjoy more watching a serve-bot as Raonic than just a BH-bashing/moonballer-defender as Nadal.

He got his own today against Ferrer with those 44 UE, though most of them were totally forced with good construction and attacking.
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Re: Tennis Elbow 2013 v1.0c [Windows]

Postby Anamol » 08 May 2014, 08:38

Algo wrote:
Remember Serve and Volley (as an example of), actually attacking to win?. I probably enjoy more watching a serve-bot as Raonic than just a BH-bashing/moonballer-defender as Nadal.

He got his own today against Ferrer with those 44 UE, though most of them were totally forced with good construction and attacking.

no no no Nadal didn't play well in that match...If he plays his best then Ferrer would have struggled :P Nadal is a very dangerous player, watch him closely. He defends the points when he is in bad position in the rally by playing topspin shots( well u can call it as moonballs but i dont). And when he gets command in the rally, he will kill his opponent by playing super angle short/deep balls... :lol: love his gameplay. Raonic is very boring. He gives up when he is in bad position in the rally. He never tries hard to defend in the rally. He only thinks defence is serving. Boring tennis but its fun to watch him serve well at break points ':D
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Re: Tennis Elbow 2013 v1.0c [Windows]

Postby Nigogu » 09 May 2014, 16:28

Algo wrote:Remember Serve and Volley (as an example of), actually attacking to win?. I probably enjoy more watching a serve-bot as Raonic than just a BH-bashing/moonballer-defender as Nadal.

He got his own today against Ferrer with those 44 UE, though most of them were totally forced with good construction and attacking.

Then, just because you don't like or enjoy watching Nadal game strategy, you want to remove it from the game :?: :roll: :|
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