Perfect In Paris

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  1. TheTruth

    TheTruth G.O.A.T.

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  2. sureshs

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    "It is like he plays with two forehands from the baseline because he has an open stance on both sides," said a naturally subdued Federer afterwards. "I can’t do that, so I lose a meter or two here and there from the baseline. So he’s got a huge advantage in this respect."

    Do I hear regrets about using a 1-handed BH? With a 2 hander, he could be open stancing his backhand more often, like Venus.
     
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  3. fastdunn

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    I think it's more about Nadal's playing lefty while he is righty, as the article puts it. It is indeed two forehands.

    "And this may be the secret. Nadal is a right hander who plays as a lefty —..."
     
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