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Imagine technology which can make tennis players and their racquets invisible on court during the points. The playing ball would be visible from the moment of serve (when the racquet touches the ball in the air) to after the point ends.

What impact would invisibility like this have on matches and especially on rallies? Would players play more attacking, risky tennis and would they gamble with the positioning more in order to use psychology and element of surprise? Would matches like this be more strategic and more interesting or would they suck ass? Discuss.
 

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Would be stupid.
But fun.

Ye i think more aggressive as you wont be aiming pending on positioning anymore.
 

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Players would come to the net a ton more because it would be extremely difficult to pass.
 

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If my opponent were invisible that'd make life so much easier. Then I can solely focus on painting the lines, without any distractions.
 
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