S&V- Henman, Karlovic, Stepanek, Ancic, Santoro, Querrey, Isner, Bjorkman, Lopez, Benneteau Agressive Baseliners- Federer, Djokovic, Davydenko, Roddick, Blake, Gonzalez,Youzhny, Berdych, Haas, Baghdatis, Safin, Mathieu, Ferrero (now), Soderling, verdasco, Del Potro Defensive/Neutral baseliners- Nadal, Coria (rest his soul), Robredo, Ljubicic, Gasquet, Canas, Ferrer, Hewitt, Murray, Chela, Monaco, Nalbandian, Nieminen, Volandri, Starace, Hrbaty, Clement, Monfils, Montanes, Calleri Now, I am sure we will have people that say O NO, Nadal is serve and volley, and Henman is a baseliner or other silly comments but this is just general and don't shoot me. My point is that Serve and Volley is dying like all of you say, but it is because there are many players who are able to pass better, specifically look at the large Defensive/Neutral baeliner list. Very good baseliners who in my opinion can pass at will when you put them against serve and volleyers. S&V has become something you do if you are over 6'5...such as Ancic, Isner, Querrey, Karlovic. Santoro does it very effectively, and was only able to get to 17 in the world and 10 in doubles which was fantastic. Guys like Murray, Nadal, Gasquet, Monfils are future and thats what most are learning nowadays through the junior and into the pro tour. Agrresive baseliners also works well, and Federer is able to do basically any of the three, but Blake, Davydenko, Safin, and soon Del Potro will be showing that one can hit through opponents and thats is phenomenal to watch. Basically I am showing that S&V players often get hurt, not to mention players pass a lot better nowadays, and if given a target, they can hit it more accurately, between racquets and quality of play. So I just want to apologize and say sorry to S&V fans, cause it will be dying out for a few years.