Originally Posted by The Bawss
Will People Now Finally Believe Me That Windray Blew His Way To Victory Solely As A Direct Consequence Of The Blustery Conditions?
Quite the contrary, I'm beginning to feel that Djokovic struggles against guys with great variety, period - no matter the conditions. Federer, Murray, Haas, Tomic...etc... Those guys with great variety also tend to have more feel on the ball than him, and tend to be able to compensate for the wind and unnatural surfaces (such as grass) better than him as well.
Djokovic is possibly the best machine-baseliner of all time (grappling with Nadal) - very steady from both wings, superb once in a good rhythm, but if you can jam a cog in the wheels, the train can fall off the tracks.