Originally Posted by KenC
maybe I could get to the same point by asking:
If you wanted to start playing competitive level tennis, would you rather model your style of play and strategy after Nadal or would you rather model your style and strategy after Federer?
Don't you think either one would be fine, as they are both excellent.
I think Nadal's is more attainable and common as a jr style with how his serve is
slower, but works to get a Fh and he attacks the Bh most often of the other
player, along with his strong tendency for BL play dominated by his own Fh.