I haven't been on this forum for a while. It's kind of cool that my "Why Consistency Works" thread is in the recommended threads though in the sticky. If you've read that, you'll know that I'm a counter-puncher/pusher player who messes with people's heads and screws up their timing with sudden changes, variety, depth, etc. My style depends on speed, finesse, and mostly forcing errors. So, I started within the last month to try to become more aggressive. In a sense. Instead of forcing errors and screwing people up (which has worked absolute wonders, and is my natural and most enjoyable game, believe it or not) I've taken it further. Now I'm employing drop shots, all kinds of touch, and am working obscene angles on the court. I play like a Santoro. Except with one hand on both sides instead of two on both sides. In becoming more "aggressive", I've begun to attack. Attack with STYLE, baby. I can volley reasonably well, and normally used that to finish off points after I forced a weak ball off the opponent. Now, I'm trying touch, barrages of drop shots and lobs, whatever -and it's even more devastating to the opponent than before. I've never seen a person who plays like this other than a couple awkward professionals. coughbadassSantorocough. I'm giving everyone I play absolute fits, especially in matches longer than one set. I'm curious to know if anyone else at all here uses this style.