The thread about "Who are today's Brad Gilberts" got me thinking. Setting aside the strength of someone's strokes (or lack thereof), which players adapt their game most from opponent to opponent? Wilander did this to an extent, Hingis as well, and the classic example is Arthur Ashe beating Jimmy Connors at Wimbledon by completely changing his game plan to give Connors nothing but no-pace balls and drop shots. Roddick does show some adaptability, as does Murray (although he ranges from counterpuncher to slightly-more-aggressive counterpuncher). Fed and Nadal adapt their games to the surface more than the opponent. Who else shows this kind of versatility and strategic thinking from match to match? Who makes the other player "hit the ball they hate"? THOUGHTS?