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Old 10-02-2006, 10:36 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by fastdunn
Actually, I think it takes really fast surface and top players
like 2005 Master's final. On very fast surfaces, his unbreakable
defense become somewhat vulnerable.

There is no "fast" surface since 2003. I consider Federer as
medium surface player. His country is neutral and his game
is neutral. In 90's standard, he is a medium slow surface player...
Wow you are so wrong it isn't even funny. Federer dominates the faster surfaces because not only he has a remarkable return of serve but his own serve he gets easy free points. His backhand is less vulnerable on a fast surface as well. The only person that a faster surface could hurt Federer is Sampras at his prime and even than Federer was able to beat at Wimbledon before Federer became dominant.
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