Originally Posted by 90's Clay
Past racket technology and diversified conditions prohibited players from hitting winner 10 feet beyond the baseline, 20 shot rallies from the baseline all match, and forced players to use THINKING, strategic play, net rushing, chip and charge, precision and placement and more all court play etc.. THings some could argue is severely missing from the game today
In the 1990s, the anti-change brigade said "there's too much power in the game. We need to go back to the era when talent mattered, not power", yet the power of the 1990s game is soft compared to the 2010s game.