So I've got a question for the posters who feel that lobbing is a detriment to both the game and the player employing it, well, two actually. How many players have you seen with consistently poor lobs? How do you improve from that position other than learning how/when and where to hit them in the pressure situation of a match? The practice court is great and all, but it is very difficult to mirror a match situation in temperament and sense of urgency. Isn't part of improving in tennis also related in the terms of one's ability to adapt and put together a winning strategy over the course of a match in relation to what your opponents can't execute or counter as strongly? Just as the lobber does to you, if you prefer not to play that style, adapt your strategy and stop letting them dictate their defensive play.