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Old 03-15-2006, 05:46 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by Fatmike
I so know what you mean.

My right eye is crap. It sees well but doesn't look. (does that make sense?) Like if I close my left eye, I'll still continue to look with it (I'll see all black) and my right eye will look "through" the black. Difficult to explain. Anyway, I have problems seeing 3D (like 3D movies, 3D tests at optometrists, 3D images,...) and I think it does make my game more complicated. (I totally suck at smash, I see 2 balls while looking at it when it's high).

So I have trouble timing well on the BH and on very wide ball on the forehand.
Very unusual (tho' I'm not quite sure what you mean). Have you seen an optometrist or ophthamologist about this? Does your right eye have problems with both near & far vision? Does it act differently when you look up rather than down or straight ahead?

It could be a problem with the optic characteristics of your eye, a problem with the optic nerve (frm the eye to the brain) or even a prob in the way your brain interprets the image from your right eye (& the way it incorporates that image with the image from your left eye).

Best to get input from an eye guy.
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