Tonight I will be playing my first round match against a guy who is 6'2 or 6'3. I hear he's got a pretty booming serve but pretty weak groundstrokes. He's really thin (more of a karlovic build than a safin build). His strengths: Big serve, long reach. His weaknesses: Weak groundstrokes, backhand in particular. Poor mobility (due to height). My strengths: Big serve, fast, solid groundstrokes (better on forehand side). My weaknesses: Poor backhand return (generally just chip/slice it back against big serves, although it does tend to work). Not a great volleyer. My plan is to: 1) Serve at his body. Tall guy + heavy racquet (hes using a k90) = handcuffed. I think this is a better plan than trying to stretch him out since he's got superior reach. 2) Hit to his backhand. I've been told by people who've played him that he is lucky to string two backhands together. 3) Dropshots when he's back (again, exploiting poor mobility) and low slices (more difficult for tall players to return effectively, right?). Would appreciate any and all thoughts and suggestions.