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Not so good vision

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by NoSearchButton?, Oct 10, 2007.

  1. NoSearchButton?

    NoSearchButton? New Member

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    1st, sorry for the username, I had to make an account to be able to search something, I didn't find it so...

    At the moment my vision is around 7/10, so subtitels get a bit blur after +8 meters. When I'm playing I can always keep track of the shuttle (except those hard smashes from short distance ). But if I played with lenses or glasses, would it improve my gameplay? Would I keep better track of the shuttle, respond faster,...?

    Edit : It just wouldn't post, I typed this text 2 times already, but it didn't post, so I made a thread with 10 letters and then changed it to what I wanted to post, I originally had a much longer text, but I didn't want to type it again for the 3rd time.
     
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  2. silentheart

    silentheart Regular Member

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    in one word, "yes".
     
  3. Dreamzz

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    yup, in your case, definitely.

    i would suggest plastic lens though, i had a friend who was playing with glass lens, got hit in his glasses by the shuttle, the glass chipped and a small bit went straight into his eye. needless to say he had to go to the hospital to have it removed, but thank goodness he's fine now.
     
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    sports contact lenses?

    but anyway, yes, it would probably help you.
     
  5. maryanne

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    Not just a probability, it will definitely help. I see evrything as "hazy" without contact lenses, so you could just imagine how it will be playing without it. But you have to get the correct grades
     
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    if i play without spectacles i wouldn't be able to tell if a slow drop fell on mine or the opponent's side of the court...
     

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