Hey, So recently I've been trying to change my game up a bit and play more like Nadal. I'm using a full western grip to try and get more spin on my ground strokes, and am sometimes able to get good depth on my forehand. My plan is to basically pin the opponent back while moving them around a little, or trying to break down a stroke with the spin and depth, get a weak reply, and start attacking from there, possibly finishing it off at the net (I think its like counterpunching with a spin doctor, all-court twist to it). There are a few problems: -My FH is very very streaky. There are stretches when I can hit it high and with depth and my strategy works perfectly, but other times, I mis-hit or hit very weak strokes that the opponent is then able to easily take advantage of. Sometimes I go through patches where I keep hitting it just deep. -My BH has no depth whatsoever, and when I hit it, I mis-hit it, again leaving me vulnerable for the opponent to put me on the run. My questions are: -What are some things I can do on the court to help me hit with depth consistantly? For example, should I aim higher, aim for the baseline, what can I do? Especially for my backhand, which I'm having trouble getting topspin on (btw, I hit a two hander). -Is there something nadal does so that he consistently is able to hit with such spin that the ball bounces about shoulder-high everytime? Thats about how high I want the ball to be when the opponent strikes it, so what can I do to get both depth and height? I know that since I'm doing a 180 degree turn from being a baseline basher to a grinder that its going to take a lot of practice and patience, but what are some tips I can use to get started, and what can I do in the meantime to play better? I'm not the fittest person and have a tough time keeping up in the sun especially, so what should I do to prevent those weak shots right now so that I can actually do decently in my matches?