PIQscore evaluates your shots with a scaled score of 10 000 pts. This score is based on 3 indexes (Speed, Spin and Style). Top scores are based on professional level player.
Speed : This metric measures the racket speed related to a shot. The highest score of 3 333 points is given when the racket speed is higher or equal to 145 km/h (if the shot is a forehand or backhand) or 180 km/h (if the shot is a serve).
Spin : This metric measures the quantity of effect in a shot. A flat shot corresponds to less than 30%, whereas a top spin or slice shot can reach 100% (3 333 points).
Style : This metric measures the smoothness of your motion, which is directly linked to the timing of your preparation. If you start the preparation too early and stop in the middle, your style mark will be low. The more your motion is smooth, the more your style mark is high. The maximum score of 3 333 points is for a fully smooth motion.