Hall of Fame
I agree that he needs to incorporate those elements in his game even more, but I can't say I don't see them at all when he plays. He hit one of the best short angle inside-out forehands I've seen all tournament against Alcaraz. Hit several effective (and a couple ineffective) drop shots. He's used his slice more this year than in previous years, especially on grass. His entire game is coming around.Everytime I see FAA play I keep waiting for an angle, a dropshot, a slice, an approach or a moonball. It seems he only hits 'regulation' forehands and backhands left and right. He's good enough at that to beat a lot of players, but it doesn't get him through the big guys.