Hi all, Yesterday I played a great match against a pusher, but one of the best I have ever played against. I lost the match with 6-3, 6-3, but I did not have the feeling playing bad. This guy was very consistent and a former atlete (used to run 100m in 10.5s :shock, so about everything I have tried during the match turned out not to be working that good. A list of things that I did in my plan: Play consistently deep => long rallies of +20 balls, but in the end I lost. He moved perfectly fast from left to right and forth and back. Played with higher pace => he was returning my balls back to neutral so I had to start over and I made more errors. Mixed up with more slices and dropshots => dropshots seem to work a bit, he handled the slices well. Attack his backhand => extremely consistent backhand, no way to go there Moved to the net => got lobbed a few times, but also got opportunities to score but I failed the last point. Only could make 1/15 net points. Some improvement to make here. Tried to hit angles, but he managed to handle those pretty well as he was very fast. He made a couple errors how ever. Since I had to play close to the lines, I made as many errors as well. Many things I have tried, but not very successfull. However, if I had scored the points at the net, it would be a different match. I missed agression and placement at the net, maybe I needed to try some drive volleys. Don't know. I would like to play again with him, so I can learn to deal with it . Do you have other ideas to play against a superman like this?