In what manner are female strokes usually different than male ones?

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  1. Limpinhitter

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    3 strikes! YER OUT!
     
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    ''Serena is stronger than most male pro tennis players.''

    Thanks, that's what I needed to turn off my laptop and start studying.
     
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    Gaby used to swing a racket that weighted over 400 grams. Both Seles and Capriati described Gaby's balls as very difficult and heavy. Chris even said she trained with men to prepare for the matches against her.
     
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    I'm just trying to make it clear to some of the posters on this board who, apparently, have never seen world class tennis, men or women, that it's a fallacy to think that the WTA women don't hit the crap out of the ball. They do. The biggest difference between the men and women is their movement and athleticism, and to a lesser extent their serves, not as much their ground strokes.
     
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