POTG Tennis 2016 ATP Year Books Released
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Posted by Downey Games on Feb 01, 2017 - 03:38 AM
Downey Games is proud to announce the release of the 2016 Men's Tours for Player of the Game Tennis. We have also released the enhanced year book again this year. |
The Basic year book features the top 216 players on the Men's Tour. Also included is a complete schedule.
The Enhanced year book features 3700+ players rated. This is over 1100 more players rated than the 2015 Enhanced set. The Enhanced Set also contains individual ratings for Carpet and Indoor Synthetic Surfaces. We have also included the total number of matches played on each surface, for an easier lookup when consulting the injury chart. With so many players rated, the ratings come in "sheet" format, rather than "card" format. There is no need to purchase the Base Set if you choose the Enhanced Year Book, unless you wish to have the Top 216 players in the familiar "card" format.
The E-Books are available here: http://www.downeygames.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=5_14_160
The Printed Year Books are available here: http://www.downeygames.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=1_9_159
Player of the Game Tennis is much like our other games in the Player of the Game lineup. It plays rapidly, but offers enough detail and action to give you the story of the match.
In Player of the Game Tennis, each player is individually rated for their service game both first serves and second serves; their complete ability when receiving (again how they handle the opponent's first serve or second serve); ability to hit game winners or game losers in some cases. Other factors, like a player's fitness, whether he is a favorite, ability to handle adversity, major and minor injuries are all included. Did we mention that all of the factors above are broken down by playing surface? All aspects of a tennis match are covered.
Player of the Game is easy to learn and easy to understand. You'll be playing in no time. Each match will unfold in front of your eyes at a brisk pace. A full match in Player of the Game tennis take no longer than 10 minutes. Most matches will be completed in 5 minutes!
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