Gottfried von Cramm wrote:Hello FezAzulay,
I think the possible absence of previews would be the minor distinction of being a good player or even not. The best players at this tour - exempli gratia Nader, Dasp, alexjasmins et cetera - carry out their game in such concentration, sagaciousness and severity that you'd have had no alternative but to practice, practice and practice.
Vice versa is the preview a chance for ascending players to learn their positional play respective their footwork by visual trajectories.
If you don't like that kind there are other tournaments (I don't want to name any names here) which demand no previews.
Gottfried Freiherr von Cramm.
FezAzulay wrote:Do the bottom players of real tennis get to use soft training balls against the top 10 to "learn their positional play"? Absurd.
FezAzulay wrote:By the way, what tournament don't demand previews? Name names.
FezAzulay wrote:You explained the one niche use of the preview, but you didn't really explain why the preview is so ubiquitous, why so standard, why so poplular.
FezAzulay wrote:"this is just a computer game"?
that's an entirely different discussion. thousands of posts here discuss how to make the game more realistic. should we shut down those discussions too with a the phrase, "this is just a computer game"?
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