Hilarious. He has NO feel for a "net approach" because he hardly ever comes in. How anyone can think a man who cannot volley is the greatest player they've ever watched is a mystery. But it's been shown time and again that the vast majority of Novak fans on this forum have only been watching tennis for 1-3 years. There's no frame of reference, all the past ATG's are unknown entities to them.
Haha BeatlesFan absolutely rekt. As always shes talking out of her ass."Hardly ever comes in" according to people who don't watch him play matches unless it's against their favorite.
The actual stats tell a different story. Djokovic played 1545 total points at Wimbledon this year, and came to net 230 times, winning 170 of those points. That's good for a 15% net approach rate, and 74% net points won.
For comparison, Fed came in 256 times on 1572 points, and won 203 of those net points. This is a 16% approach rate with a 79% success rate. 1% higher approach rate than Novak despite having a better serve, giving him a better chance of attacking.
In short, Djokovic comes to net 1% less than Federer, who should be our frame of reference. Wow, what a humongous difference! Unless you mean to tell me Fed also "hardly ever comes in"