Pop on serve, a big head, and a thin beam? You can't have it all man. The first two Speeds would fit the bill I think, but those were some stiff frames. Not sure about Head's new Gravity, though that may be worth a look?
I feel like he’s trolling me on this matter. You stop believing in him and then he makes a GS SF, but start believing in him and he’ll somehow lose all matches and draw Wawrinka in R1 of every damn tourney smh
Time is a myth. Form is a myth. Every Big 4 is peak big 4. If Murray got a wild card and faced Fed in round 1, that'd automatically be the hardest R1 eva. Fed's hardest early round at a slam was when he faced a really young Djokovic at the AO one year.
Serve well, take the ball early to take time away, attack the net occasionally, change the pace if it ends up being effective on the day. We all know the drill by now, and the two players in question especially so. There's no real secrets here, whoever performs better on the day will take it.