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Tsonga Can Help Revive Attacking Tennis

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If Tsonga remains inspired and beats Novak Djokovic and gets to the Wimbledon final, then it could really revive attacking tennis as a legitimate strategy. And in turn this could inspire the more talented youngsters to look at this as a viable style of play in future.
http://thebigtip.com.au/tennis/joe-w...tacking-tennis

Thanks for the interesting article Laurie. The piece defines attacking tennis (and its difference from aggressive tennis), explains the decline of attacking tennis, and discusses Tsonga's game and coaching decision. And gets me more in the mood for the first semi-final.

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