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Old 11-27-2009, 04:50 AM   #37
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Originally Posted by scotus View Post
Well, he did not say "serve and volley" or "serving and volleying".

Which makes it very likely that his phrase "serve and volleying" refers to the S&V strategy rather than taking away both the serve and the volley from Sampras' arsenal.

But why am I analyzing someone else's sentence (After all, he is no Immanuel Kant)?

Let him come up with his own reply.
I know, he said "serve and volleying."
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