these are some terms u will see while on MTF, i will explain what each of them means.
proper tennis - attacking tennis
moonballing - playing with topspin (rather than its true meaning, as seen on the WTA)
green clay - wimbledon grass
blue clay - the surface of hardcourt tournaments won by nadal
the pig, pocahontas, nadull (forgot anything?) - rafael nadal
What means real tennis? Is there an "unreal tennis"?
All these concepts seems to me a bunch of excuses for frustrated losers. Professional tennis changes over the time as we can see in your pics and the sole purpose is, has been and always will be only one: to win. No more empty concepts.
IMO "proper tennis" is which one it allows you to beat your opponent within the rules...
correct. poor the idiots who plump for "balletic" tennis aka pansy tennis and bash Nadal's effective tennis as they aren't even able to cite a single regulation that states tennis should be played "balletically".
I'm a Fed-hater-turned Fed lover (also a lover of Sharapova's heinie)!!!!!
Real tennis is when you can play an almost exclusively baseline game but still have people thinking you are an all court player. It's easier today than it used to be considering the current relative points of comparison.
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