I was referring mostly to Lendl's grasscourt game, but he also had a net game in some key matches on hardcourt. He came in 77 times during the '88 USO final. CBS had him at 63% success late in the match. His number of approaches during the '87 USO final, which he won, was probably very similar. (He was at 50 approaches after 3 hours). The '85 USO final was a much briefer match with fewer approaches, but his volleys were working to perfection that day. Agassi's numbers are much, much lower. In his 2000 AO win over Sampras, he approached just 26 times over five sets, a typical number for him. And he won 19 of those, but at that frequency of approaches you're basically coming in when the point is already half won as another poster put it. Agassi does have a crazy number of approaches in his five-set loss to Wilander at RG (1988 ), something around 100 approaches. And they were successful rushes. But that stands out because he never took that anywhere in later years, and retreated firmly to the baseline. Edit: Lendl had 28 volley winners in the '88 USO final, and 24 in the '87 final. Agassi in the 2000 win over Sampras had just 3.