I self-rate myself as a 4.5 tournament player, though I have never played a tournament. My serve probably averages about 130-135, though I have never used a radar gun. I have only played for a few years, but I crushed my self-rated 3.5 friend 6-2, who beat his self-rated 3.0 friend. Also, I am capable of an eight-minute mile (the pause to drink a bottle of water after every 400m not included) and can dash the 100m in 19.3 seconds. I am 35, 6'2", and weigh 140 lbs. My play-style is S&V and chip&charge, and I modeled my slices and volleys off Nadal, since John McEnroe praises his volleys as the best in the modern day. I am a righty, with a 2hbh, and I make heavy use of the topspin ground-strokes and slice backhand. Thanks Btw, this is a satire for all those who think becoming a pro is possible if you start past teenagehood. Even then, it is nigh impossible. This isn't meant to insult anyone, just to show the futility of trying to become a pro without really having the ability and/or necessary physical requirements.