Hi, guys. I know I don't post really often
but I was sort of interested in some of your views
Nowadays, the term pusher is very common to describe many players' style of play. I don't know if it's the best way to describe it but many have acknowledged that certain top players have benefited from "pushing"
As I know some of u have watched tennis for much many years than I did, when do u think was the first time a player with a "pusher" style succeeded?
I remember now, after few years, watching Guillermo Coria. Don't get me wrong, I think he was a fantastic player, sort of an argentinian version of Murray (minus the serve...though he had Carla
) with great hands and incredible movement that used to revert to "pushing" in some of his matches to solve them.
Do u think is it sth the spanish and southamerican (in general) developed and spread or is it dated to before even all the spanish boom??
Thanks for your answers, guys