My serve was never my strength and there were times it was my greatest liability. i can hit 100mph to 105mph but maybe that's 1 out of one hundred first serves. but i do have good placement and enough spins on the ball that it can not be easily attacked. I have seen a lot of posts here asking for serve improvement because it is a very glamorous shot and it's awesome when you can get some free points but at the end of the day your serve can only take you so far. With that being said i for one am glad that my serve was not my major weapon and because of this i was forced to work on my ground strokes and game strategy. it made me think and it made me patient. it help me realize the importance of a good return of serve specially when i am playing with a good server and i can see the frustration in their eyes because i can return the serve with interest and just pound them in the ground strokes department. Big servers who are use to players who are just bowing down to their serves are having panic attacks when a player has excellent ROS and game plan Roddick vs. Fed, Fed vs Nadal. And it's amazing that because i know my serve is not my biggest weapon it takes the pressure off it. it takes the pressure off the mentality to finish the point in one shot instead i focus on winning the point and placing the serve conservatively to open up the court for me or to put enough spins into it to so i can dictate the ground strokes or get the point going without giving a freebie. and knowing that i can win a point without depending on the serve is quite a sigh of relief. I think what i am trying to share is, yes it's nice to have a big serve and deep in my heart i will not deny it that i wish i have one but for the time being i am glad that the serve i have is enough to start the point without giving it away. So should you, just think of the serve as a way to start the point and the pressure will be lifted off.