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Old 01-25-2013, 07:50 AM   #234
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Originally Posted by WildVolley View Post
There's obviously no strategy. For instance, Djokovic just hits the ball as hard as he can without caring about the direction. That's how he took apart his latest opponents.
If it looks that way to you, I'm sorry for your loss...lol. I guarantee you he has a clear purpose for the depth, direction, and pace of every shot he hits. But once again, tennis does not have much point-to-point strategy. I'm sure you have heard the commentators talk about "game plans". That is more the type of strategy that is used in tennis. You go in knowing your opponent is weaker off the BH side, or doesn't cover their forehand return of serve very well, or isn't good at net, or whatever it is, and you try to exploit that. If they can't handle pace, then you hit hard, but honestly, there aren't many top 30 men who can't handle pace lol.
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