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Old 09-27-2011, 11:54 AM   #26
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Takes a while to get used to the ball toss outside, with no roof to contextualize where the ball is.

I like playing indoors as it pimps up the opponents game and makes it more enjoyable, the kind of players who would just be a joke outside. They find it easier, so there is more pace, better length so it feels like you are playind someone half decent.

Most indoor lighting is poor. I watched Soderling play in a $200000 event where the lux was 180, well I saw Soderling but no one saw the ball. The tournament was never held there again.

Too hot in the summer indoors.

Pressurised bubbles are fun - expletives echo round the whole facility.
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