Since a lot of us on the boards bemoan the lack of serve and volleyers in today's game I was thinking on the ones I remember watching. The 90's held the last generation of sucessful net rushers and I'm wondering who all of you think was the most fun to watch. Here are some suggestions based on my own opinion: Pat Rafter - One of the most athletic people I've seen play the game Tim Henman - Classic strokes, not so much a power player as a chess player on the court Stefan Edberg - One of the smoothest movers ever, his first volley was phenomenal Boris Becker - Big serving, big groundstrokes and a beast at the net John McEnroe (yes I realize the 90's was the end of his career) but still was fun to watch Pete Sampras - More of an all-courter but his instincts at the net behind that serve were amazing. If I missed any players feel free to add them to the mix. For me I loved watching Rafter constantly advance to the net. Everyone in the stadium knew that he was going to rush the net but he earned trips to GS finals with his game.