I was watching Henman's match and Dent's match and noticed that they serve and volley very differently. Henman employs what I term as a "delayed" serve and volley on many points. He will serve the ball and then hit a few ground strokes....and then, when the time is right he rushes the net. Dent on the other hand serves and then simply rushes the net on almost every point. Although, both players win their points at the net...they do it quite differently. I do not believe they should both be lumped into a general category of serve and volleyer. Henman does not simply serve and then immediately volley on most points...therefore maybe he should be called a "delayed serve and volleyer."