Flashscore (and its stablemates) don't, for example, show aces, second serves and double faults as they happen. Nor do they show live stats on the same screen - you have to toggle backwards and forwards. Also, it's not the WTA app that anyone is referring to - it is the ProTennisLive app (and website), which was the official scoring resource for both the ATP and WTA.I don't get the pre-occupation with the WTA app for livescores. I've never used it, but I do know that Flashscore probably does it better.
Granted. This is something which the ATP/WTA should also have as part of the scoring app, not just through pages on their respective websites. There should be seamless links for all of this information.Not only scores but previews and often a prediction of (important) matches, details on players, rankings, draws, archives etc etc.
Sure, but I'm watching the tennis, not some other sport.And while there's a changeover you can check any other sport you like.
Yes but that’s why people want the official app . Of course personal preference will always be differentI get your drift, but we're not really watching tennis when following a livescore app. I'm never particularly interested in match statistics, not when i follow scores or watching real time. Nor afterwards. Dry statistics. I don't even really want to know whether it was a double fault or not, just as there is no app which tells me it was a slice\smash\netball or winner\u.e. (is there ?)
When following flashscore I'm usually in a situation where 1: I'm not able to watch, or 2: I shouldn't really be following tennismatches....
And following flashscore my imagination tends to run away with me. Why is that point taking so long, must be a tight rallye. That was a quick one, must have been an ace \ double fault. Sometimes following scores is more nervewrecking than watching when a favourite is involved.....
The other great feature was being able to set either tournament time or your own local time, to make sure that you didn't miss any matches. Unlike Flashscore, etc, though, it was just one click to toggle back and forth, rather than having to actually change the settings.Yes but that’s why people want the official app . Of course personal preference will always be different
The official app had draw/opp shortly after they were done . For Abu Dhabi we had to wait almost 2 hours for the draws
I agree, but on Flashscore you can receive alerts when match starts, finish, favorite players, so again you won't miss matches - all that was missing on the protennisliveThe other great feature was being able to set either tournament time or your own local time, to make sure that you didn't miss any matches. Unlike Flashscore, etc, though, it was just one click to toggle back and forth, rather than having to actually change the settings.