Originally Posted by 90's Clay
So 20 shot pusher rallies at every tournament without lack of all court prowess, strategy,etc. the ENTIRE year is going forward?
OK i guess. Some people love it.. Not everyone has to though
When players with today's equipment can hit balls with this depth and authority, as well as with such spin, the variety of the game gets less. In the 1990s, even in the gruelling rallies on clay, there wasn't this power and depth that we see today. Charging into the net is now more difficult than ever. In contrast, if we go back to the 1960s, staying back was never harder and you were compelled to go to the net a lot.