Agassi's new serve and his new strategy.

Discussion in 'General Pro Player Discussion' started by Kobble, Mar 29, 2004.

  1. AA

    AA New User

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    Its pretty obvious that all the agassi haters are kids. Give them a couple of years, and they will start to admire one of the greatest players to play the game of tennis.

    Daniel
     
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  2. spam

    spam Rookie

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    Rabbit,I agree with edge,Agassi has definitely lost a quarter to a half step and crucially seems to have lost the sixth gear which enabled him to go for it when he sawhalf a chance.I believe he is aware that time is not on his side and that his powers are now inevitably eroding.Yes he can still bang with the best of them but he cant pull the trigger anymore when he is playing the very best.His returns are not what they were and his groundies not as penetrating.You cannot beat age -remember the last thing a fighter loses is his punch but you need to be in a position to land it and have the stomach to do it.Andre will retire at the end of this year when his ranking starts to plummet and he will be remembered as one of the true greats of the game ,all time top 5 at least.
     
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  3. Camilio Pascual

    Camilio Pascual Hall of Fame

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    Well said, Rabbit. A lot of Top 30 pros would gladly trade their groundstrokes for Agassi's. Now what's that nickname they call him? Oh, yeah. "The Punisher" That should tell AA's detractors something.
     
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