Thought this might be interesting, so what are your strengths/weaknesses/neutrals as a tennis player? Doesn't have to be strictly in terms of your strokes, but mental or movement should be included as well: STRENGTHS: -Forehand Easily my best shot. I can hit pretty good spin with good pace, and flatten out when necessary. My down the line forehand is pretty dangerous, and I can hit inside-out and inside-in pretty well. If I get a short/mid court forehand, the point will generally be over soon in that I'll hit a winner, hit an approach shot, or overhit and miss badly. -Serve My serve usually sways between being a neutral (neither strength or weakness) or a strength in my game. I can hit a pretty decent flat serve but don't do it very consistently. My best serves are my spin serves, mainly the big kicker on the deuce side and the slice down the T on the ad side. My serve is probably at it's best when I only throw in a flat bomb every once in a while, and use mostly my spin serves to get a higher 1st serve %. My second serve is almost always a kick serve but I'm pretty comfortable hitting it so I don't double fault alot. -Up and back movement I'm pretty good at recognizing short balls before they land and stepping inside the court to hit them on the rise, and I love chasing down drop shots -Stamina I try to hit very heavy balls and play short points, so generally I can play for a pretty long time NEUTRAL -Backhand My backhand can be considered a weakness as well, but I feel like it could be neutral at this juncture. My topspin drive is getting better, but can still lack pace/placement at times and my footwork gets a bit sloppy on awkward balls. I'm getting better at crosscourt angles but I still don't hit very well down the line. My slice is pretty decent, I can usually float them pretty deep or knife it so it lands very short, which can give me a short ball to hit on my forehand. I love using the slice return on the deuce side, in which I'll step in when I know my opponent is going to hit a kicker to my backhand and I'll just step in and knife it down the line. -Volleys Decent feel around the net. I'm actually better at hitting tough volleys that are hit hard at me, where reflexes take charge and I tend to have better technique. I'm definitely prone to bricking easy volleys where I have too much time to think and dump them into the net. WEAKNESSES -Shot selection Like I mentioned in my forehand, I tend to miss alot of easy balls. I probably aim too close to the lines, and on approach shots I tend to go for the outright winner instead of hitting a safe approach shot and following it up with an easy volley. I make the most errors when I go for the "Federer" set up, when I hit a knifing cross-court slice and wait for the inside-out ball to come next. I don't get that frustrated at those misses though, I know I'm going to make some mistakes when I go for these kind of shots. -Lateral movement Although I move pretty well when I have to run forward, moving side-to-side is completely different. I'm just not very fast moving side-to-side, and this can get me in trouble, which is another reason why I try to mask it by playing aggressively. -Deep balls My game is built around producing short balls, so opponents that can absorb pace and hit deep balls give me trouble. I play pretty close to the baseline, so a lot of times I try to half-volley these balls instead of backing up which usually doesn't turn out too well.