With the risk of sounding like a Graf fanatic, or inviting the Seles posters back again. I do feel Roger's game is leaning more and more towards Steffi's game. The very good serve (though not the hardest on the tour), the killer forehand from the backhand postion, and the footwork. Please only react if you have read the post, before you bombard with the stabbing of Seles or saying that I can only talk about Graf. The two things Roger doesn't do as great as Steffi (I do realise there's more depth in the men's game, so it's more difficult), is the execution of the slice backhand and his mental game. Graf had her fair share of human backboards: Sabatini, Coetzer, Sanchez Vicario. On a good day she imposed her will and game on them. On a bad day she could lose or beat them at their own game. Graf would use the slice to drive them crazy, it kept coming back hard and deep. Roger's slice was lacklustred and missed depth and speed. There was one point when Nadal was serving for the match, Roger kept running and running and won the point. That is what Steffi would have done as well. The second thing is the mental game. No matter who she was playing, no matter the score (even match point down), you could never tell from her face if she was losing or winning. Roger looked scared and clueless, which he was. She could teach him how to use the slice to outmanouvre the counterpunchers. Everyone kept saying that the slice was the defensive weak shot. Yet no generation could beat her regularly. From Martina to the William Sisters. Steffi could also teach Roger a thing or two about the mental aspects of the game. Maybe he can hire her former coach Heinz Gunthard as well.