Re: Paris 2008: The Last Stand
I sooooo love his game(when he is on),it's like...playing Chinese chess.There is cadence, there is plan, there is strategy. I just saw Roddick def. Simon. Don't want to offense his fans, but...Roddick's game is awful to watch for me, the backhand slice is...a bit disgusting, he doesn't create, he just cope. I admire his serve, his fight, his power, but all in all it's kind of one dimensional. I can't image ATP top without Nalby. He may struggle, may be a bit lazy sometime, but the possibility of his game always is amazing. You just can expect phenomenal stuff from him.
Next one is Murray, who is also a strategist. Won't go for too much all the time, won't give easy error on a regular basis, will offense big when the time is mature. Plus, a big serve.
Last edited by freeandlonely; 10-30-2008 at 06:05 PM.