Basically I play this guy with very rigid,tight strokes. He can get a lot of balls back and hits much better shots when i'm hitting harder too him. He is much more error prone when I more or less loop it in. His backhand is average with his forehand a bit better. I find that when I can attack his backhand it breaks down fairly quickly (usually 2-3 shots). But my backhand is much worse than his. I'm afraid he'll take hint from my strategy and start attacking my backhand as well. I really can't allow him to do this or I'll lose for sure. How can I make sure to expose his weaknesses without him seeing mine? And many times I'll have him on the ropes and he keeps getting every ball back until I make an error. I never have trouble handling the pace on his shots and he won't be able to overpower me. He's a very good side to side mover as well. I'm really just looking for a gameplan to implement here. I find myself going out there with no plan and making too many errors. Also I notice on my harder flatter serves he hits back much better than my softer slicier spinny serves. So maybe throw in more spin serves too his backhand? Really struggling to really attack this player consistently. Any advice from Talk Tennis?