I think a lot has been talked about how graceful these players make the game look, but Im often curious who hits the ugliest looking strokes on both the men and womens tour.
STFU allready angry boy its not offence I like Nadal and admire his champions menatality, it has nothing to do with uglyness or beauty of of his shots.And Novaks isin't?
The first phase of her serve is a bit weird and mechanical, I agree. But once the ball is tossed it's a decent serve motion. And it's a killer technique - her 2nd serve is almost as effective as her first for setting up points. Great disguise; often, receiving players don't have a clue where she's placing it.Konta serve
Moderators let this forum go down to drain - and a few posters (like the one you mention) turned this into a crap fest...Back then when I registered posters like VamosBamos would get banned within a week (hey I even got banned for posting too many bananas emoticons!), now looks like moderation does not care anymore.
@TheGreenMile yes Simon himself is honest about it and once said in an interview that he has crap hands lol.
Also agree about Mannarino, looks like he does not fully commit himself to hit a good forehand with pace.
@Fedeonic don't see much wrong about Leonardo Mayer.
But that country also produces Fognini....shotmaking, touch, aesthetics, and practiced nonchalance. The Italians call it "sprezzatura."From the country that has produced some of the greatest artists of all time as well as great designs has blessed us with the most artistic and aesthetically pleasing serve in the history of the men's game... Volandri.
Very true. Unfortunately there is another Italian word that is similar in sound and spelling that can be used to describe Fognini's mentality and that is spazzatura.But that country also produces Fognini....shotmaking, touch, aesthetics, and practiced nonchalance. The Italians call it "sprezzatura."