So at the local club I met this one guy (45-50 years old?) who played tennis with one of my friends and he asked to rally with us. Anyways, I thought "he's alright", "solid", etc. and I thought he was probably on the same level with us. However, when we started to play practice tiebreaks did I realize how wrong I was. Yes he is solid, but it seems that none of our shots gave him any trouble at all. I mean no trouble at all. He is a wall. He has a no bouncer slice that he constantly uses, and every one of his shots felt extremely extremely uncomfortable for both me and my friends. We had a hard time winning even a single point off of him and hes just looking like hes not tired or sweating. He basically didn't even do anything special its just that he completely destroyed our games. Is this a technique/skill that he has or does he play like this because of his experience. He is 30-40 years older than I am so maybe its just that he knows the game better? I just hope that when I become that age, I can hit like that as well. So is it skill or experience that allowed him to beat us so easily?