http://www.wimbledon.org/en_GB/news/interviews/2006-06-28/200606281151518767171.html Roger sais in this: Q. There was a stat the other day saying that you went from 70% serving and volleying to 14% last year. Do you have any comment on that? ROGER FEDERER: I guess I improved my baseline game (smiling), and my volleying is nonexistent. No, I don't know. Look, it came it's an evolution throughout the years I've done. I came to the conclusion for me, for my game, it was better to stay back a little bit more often. What started for me, I think if more guys would be serving and volleying these days, I would be serving and volleying more often, too. So often I play the game my opponent plays and I want to beat them at their game. It happens also that I play more from the baseline. It's kind of funny, but that's how my game works. .... Q. Everyone seems to agree you have the best game in tennis. Why would you change it to play an opponent on their terms? ROGER FEDERER: Uhm, I've always been doing that my whole career. Basically, if a guy plays from the baseline, I play, too, from the baseline. If he plays from the net, I also come to the net. It's just something about it. But, uhm, why? I don't know. That's just me. Although this obviously works for him at Wimbledon, could this tactic be the reason he loses to Nadal? Roger doesn't have the strokes or the body to play Nadal's game IMO and I couldn't for the life of me understand why he didn't come to net more in the RG final a few weeks ago.. Your thoughts?