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  1. BetaServe

    Can hackers really develop aggressive serves?

    No, who told you that? They’re 2 independent YT channels
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    Can hackers really develop aggressive serves?

    Feel tennis is Tomaz
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    Can hackers really develop aggressive serves?

    That's OTI tennis, not Feel tennis
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    How fast is this serve?

    Let's OP get a radar gun and measure his serve speed. If his serve reaches 120mph+ I'll send you $100 via paypal, otherwise you send me $100. How does that sound?
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    How fast is this serve?

    @Dragy said it's well over 120mph (hell no) And no I don't think it is even near, probably around 105-110 max
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    How fast is this serve?

    That is no where near 120mph lmao, I'd bet my life on it
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    Why Federer has no chance at USO 2020

    @FRV3 it won't discourage me :-D I enjoy entertaining people and mine was a fun thread, you can't deny that
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    AI simulates fake/unseen points between professional players that look REAL

    Dude....it's not yet the final version, wait a few more years, you have no clue how ridiculously impressive this is
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    AI simulates fake/unseen points between professional players that look REAL

    Give them 10 more years and you'll have a hard time distinguishing between a real point and a fake point :D
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    AI simulates fake/unseen points between professional players that look REAL

    watch again, for some reason the twitter video is not high quality, i replaced with it the youtube video
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    Why is a kick serve so easy for some people and so hard for others

    Wanna know a secret? Imagine from the back perspective, the path of the elbow going from the trophy position to the contact point should be vertical, something like this: | | | instead of: aa/ a/ / (this will promote slice instead) Example From 0:12 (trophy) to 0:14 (contact), you can see...
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    Slice serve lesson from an ex pro (Takao Suzuki)

    He took a set off prime Fed:
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    Pity the pusher!

    You act like the pusher can't improve his game lol. He can improve his strokes (e.g hit with more spins), run faster and get more balls back. If the pusher improves his game, the "improved" aggressive player is still fvcked
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    What is the problem with my two handed backhand ?

    people can laugh at his 2 handed FH and troll him all they want, but Greg would beat most people here on TTW, including 'experts' who like to give analysis/advice by posting pictures of pros. (watching this reminds me of Curious, i wish he has 20% of Greg's mentality, he'd be a much better...
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    Some unforced errors

    Keep up the good work. You'll hit 4.0 in no time.
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    Djokovic vs Federer - SF USOpen 2008

    The fact that you got the wrong match proves how unpopular their 2008 match is :D
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    Djokovic vs Federer - SF USOpen 2008

    It's USO 2008 . Not 2009
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    Slice serve lesson from an ex pro (Takao Suzuki)

    Such a cool vid with original tips. Turn on CC for English captions. He gave Fed some trouble in 2005:
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    Djokovic vs Federer - SF USOpen 2008

    Forgotten match. Back when Federer was far superior than Djokovic
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    Racket drop on edge or with open face

    I won't argue with you anymore. Instead I'll give you a few hints that might make you rethink about your "open drop serve is flawed" BS claim. - The best servers of all time Sampras, Federer have an open drop serve. - There are servers with open drop serve that serve just as good or even better...
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    Racket drop on edge or with open face

    Yes he can lol
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    Racket drop on edge or with open face

    According to Curious, Berretini's 135mph serve is flawed because he drops open. :-D
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    Racket drop on edge or with open face

    Yes I know, but he never said that's a bad thing. To clarify, on-edge drop is just one way to drop the racquet, it's not the only way. What Tomaz shows in the video is how do an on-edge drop because it's easier to grasp for beginners, he never actually said open racquet drop is bad nor did he...
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