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Old 06-20-2013, 06:11 PM   #2
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If your opponent's serve is excellent in pace, it's better to block and/or slice. There's little wrong with it, that's what Federer did to Roddick and how he showed the tour how to neutralize his serve. A good slice or block will allow you to start the point in a neutral position, which will allow you to use your strategies and plays to win the point. No need to go for Agassi-like returns. He makes it look easy, but it's not.
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