Originally Posted by always_crosscourt
Are there any players who, when they first emerged, were known for a weaker wing, or shot, or movement. Then over time, they developed this weakness into at least a neutral shot, or even better, a strength?
Roddick's backhand apparently improved, but it was always a weakness.
Apparently improved? It became his best shot after his serve from 2006 on-wards.
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