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Old 01-07-2013, 02:37 PM   #18
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Gasquet's strokes wouldn't even be possible with wooden racquets though. He has played a heavy topspin grinding game way behind the baseline for years now. His strokes are incredibly wristy and have a lot of action on them both forehand and backhand. With a wooden racquet that is shank city.
I'm not sure if his strokes are that wristy.
Only thing is his forehand due to his continental-ish grip a la Edberg's forehand.
You need that wrist action for forehand with continental grip.
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