Originally Posted by NLBwell
I brought Solomon up for "aiding and refining." He got to #5 in the world with a game based on "pushing" (at a pro level). Something that could help broaden DB's game and also help him defeat players of that ilk
I'm sure it isn't cheap.
Solomon was defintely a pusher, even now when you see the young juniors from his academy they all play that 70's style of tennis with the ball 15-20 feet over the net. For sure a style that is not fun to watch it does not do well for the grow of tennis popularity. Very few people enjoy watching moonballs..