Sitting here watching a replay of a '09 Nadal - Djoker match, and I started thinking about all the changes and improvements I have made in my game since coming back after a 25 yr hiatus. Most of them...alright all of them were either initiated and/or guided by information I harvested on TT (trying hard not to sound gratuitous). I switched from an E grip to a SW after reading about its propensity for TS. It took a little while, but now I have a decent consistant TS forehand. My favorite and maybe a little overused shot, esp inside-out. I wanted to generate more pace on my BH so I went from 1 to 2HBH. I read up on the 2H and now hit a dependable hard TS BH. Love the DTL BH. When I was young I served hard flat and slice, and thought the TS kick was something only pros could do. Since coming back, I read up on it and started experimenting, and yup, I can kick it up 6 ft or more...60% of the time. Even though I already knew it from golf, TT threads reiterated that smooth, pure contact hits a harder ball than coming out of your shoes..every time. Pure contact is a product of seeing the ball well. I have learned to try and keep that in my mind on every shot. My latest experiment is the conti grip w/pronation for serves. This is a tough one. Progress so far - ehhhh. Anyone else want to document their changes, developments, or improvements in their games?