I don't usually post results on this forum but Nadal just lost to a guy ranked 106 in the world. His name is Nicholas Mahut. He lost 7:5 7:6 losing the tiebreak to love. Nicholas Mahut is French and won junior Wimbledon in 2000. However, what's fascinating is that this guy served and volleyed on both 1st and 2nd serves throughout the match with a few exceptions. He reminded me of Nicholas Escude. This is interesting because Mahut served extremely well, taking big chances on second serve as well. Nadal didn't get many looks at passes. Mahut's touch volleys around the net were excellent. This is a simple question - if guys are talented enough to pull it off, is the serve and volley still a viable tactic on grass after all? The commentator said in the 1st set he wished Henman was wtaching (in other words, play to your strengths and stop playing like a scaredy cat).