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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-03-2011, 02:52 PM Thread Starter
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What type of game is perfect for each surface?

And I mean detailed info.

We all have an idea of what it would be but sometimes it doesn't match up. For instance, why is Lleyton Hewitt so good on grass when it is mostly for big hitters and servers? Where is clean hitting (or taking the ball early) especially important. Why do Söderling, Berdych and Del Potro have similar games but each excel in different surfaces, etc.
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Re: What type of game is perfect for each surface?

Nowadays moonballing is perfect for each and every surface.
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Re: What type of game is perfect for each surface?

Hewitt is good on grass becouse he can move with ease and dont have heavy steps that exactly why clement and schuettler is good to and they are also more counter player then big hitters and also they dont miss many shots and on grass there are more errors

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Re: What type of game is perfect for each surface?

older players are better on grass because they are more experimented.
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