Seriously, he's one of my favorite and most frustrating players to watch. Like Monfils, I'm an athletic player, who tends to rely on athleticism to win. I have a hypothesis for why I have developed this playing style. As a junior, I was always small. Growing up in Southern California, there was no shortage of talented juniors to compete with in our local tournaments and they all seemed to be bigger than I was. So, I relied on my speed, defensive ability and a heavy topspin game. A lot changed as soon as I hit my growth spurt rather late in high school. I'm now typing to you standing at 6'1" 180lbs. Not literally, but you get the point. As my limbs got longer and more developed, I developed into a more powerful player with a blend of offensive and defensive capabilities. I think that I'm a more complete player than I ever have been, but I could get a lot better. I still think that my strokes tend to favor a defensive game, especially my forehand. I hit somewhere between semi and full western, with a good amount of spin. I would like to know what you all think about my ground game, movement and stroke production. I've posted videos before and gotten some great constructive feedback. Here's a video of my latest hitting session. The video was filmed at 3 different angles. It starts with a side view. Rear diagonal @ 5:50. Back perspective @ 9:47. Let me know what you think! Thanks in advance.