View Single Post
Old 01-31-2013, 07:41 AM   #2609
Join Date: Jul 2008
Posts: 9,251

Originally Posted by kiki View Post
Of course both are in a class apart
But Murray and Djoker are one sided too
Most current pros are

I beg to differ with Andy Murray. I think he's perhaps the most versatile player in tennis today. He has a huge first serve if he want to go for it. He's improved his second serve. He has a nice variety of spin and angles. He can drop shot very well. Brad Gilbert believes Murray may be the fastest man in tennis although Nadal and Djokovic may sustain it better over five sets. I think his volley is very good and he has good hands at the net. Of course he has one of the best returns in tennis with solid strokes on both sides.

Of course Murray often doesn't use all his skills but at least he has them.

I like Djokovic but it seems to me that he is not as versatile as Murray.

Hey Kiki,

Did you ever think of starting a John Newcombe thre

Last edited by pc1; 01-31-2013 at 08:10 AM.
pc1 is online now   Reply With Quote