Has anyone else noticed how when people on the board describe their game, there's almost always a word like "big", "powerful", or "huge" mentioned talking about serves and groundstrokes. It's funny to me that everyone THINKS they have a huge serve and big groundstrokes, but in reality it's more likely that only to them are the strokes so menacing. It shows that power and "big" or "huge" shots are only relative, and we all have this perfect idea of what our game is, sadly it's usually pretty exagerrated. Maybe this is a self-defense mechanism to keep our interest and happiness up(and "shield" us from our REAL game?
Proudly donning the Nadal avatar until Fed either wins Roland Garros, or serves Nadal a bagel.