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Old 08-20-2012, 04:35 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by Funbun View Post
Taking a solely math-based approach to tennis is limiting. It's better if you expanded to physics instead; it'll be much more applicable. Tennis is a physics-based game, anyway.
Thanks for your comments!
The problem is that I'm just afraid to talk about physics in this forum. Even with the simplest math I have more than enough complaints. Nevertheless, next time Iím going to talk about physics of FH.
Anatoly Antipin - one of the most delicate tennis players in the world.
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