I was watching a DI college match today and saw a match between a very aggressive power baseliner and an unconventional style. The "unconventional" style was a heavy slow looping forehand that jumped up to 7 to 8 feet and a very consistent, very heavy backhand slice. I wouldn't call this a pushing or counter punching style. It was definitely defensive and caused the attacking style fits with a lot of errors. I would call it opportunistic. Whenever the conventional player hit a short ball, the reply was a heavy angled forehand or a heavy deep slice backhand that would be approached on. The only way I could think to attack this was to attack the forehand in the air or early, which worked some of the time, but took great timing and energy to do(energy I probably couldn't afford for a whole match) or keep pounding the backhand and hopefully get a short opening to attack the open forehand side. Either way I don't think I would have the stamina or consistency to attack that type of style. Thoughts?