Honestly, I don't know where you get your energy from. Perhaps you're trying the classic Sapeod strategy of "if I get the last word I win the argument". Opinions cannot be wrong, fine, but they sure can be stupid (in the eyes of others). I don't have the time nor the energy to respond to all of this, however I will say that this is hardly a bandwagon thread. I'm willing to bet many here (including me) didn't even watch the Llodra - Delpo match but it is a well known fact that Llodra has perhaps the best volleys on tour (many players agree with this as well). And nowhere did I say that the players you mentioned like Fed, Sexy or Haas were poor volleyers. I have only been crass and compared them to Llodra (which is actually the topic) and I can't see them beating him in that particular part of the game. Also, I get the feeling that you don't really like the frenchman.
1) You admit to not reading or at the very least not wanting to respond to everything I've written. I mentioned this a couple posts back that you are exactly like 90% of posters on the board that do the same. You refuse to read and think and respond. You just repeat your same tired statements. I get it you think Micheal Llodra is the best vollier on tour and you think that most people and even professional players agree with you. What I don't get is why you fail to see having the best vollies doesn't mean you have to spend 100% of your time at net. The volley is just another tool players use to win points.
For Llodra it's the best part of his game but that doesn't mean it has to be better than other players who have 5-7 other ways to win any given point. Federer's backhand is way better than Jarkko Nieminen's and that might be Jarko's best shot.
Just because Jarkko wins alot of points by hitting off backhands for example, I'm not going to say it's better than Feds. Just because a shot might be your best shot, it doesn't mean it's the best on tour. Just because you do something alot more than anyways else on tour, doesn't make you the best at it.
2) I have the classic strategy anyone does who plans to win an argument. You create points, base them in logic/fact and then give examples. This is how one makes a case. You don't seem to follow that same strategy, you are dismissive and your rebuttals are repetitive. I don't know who you think you are but I don't find your posts be insightful at all.
3) This isn't a bandwaggon thread? Really? OP said -
It is just unbeliveble how he is doing at net against delpotro.
Best net performance ever
Understanding the OP correctly, I believe he asserted that Llodra was the best vollier on tour while watching his match yesterday...in which, he gave the "Best net performance ever". I'll just leave the definition of a bandwagon here for you...A particular activity or cause that has suddenly become fashionable or popular.
4) Wait so you say that I can have my opinion that Llorda doesn't have the best vollies on tour but then you go on to say that it's a fact
that he does? I thought we just agreed these were opinions. Now you're really not making any sense.
5) You just fail to recognize that all court players like Federer, Haas, Nalbandian, etc. can have better vollies than an S&V player(Llodra included) because the other areas of their game are so strong they don't have to rely on volleying.
6) I don't dislike LLodra in the least bit. I enjoy watching him as much as everyone else. I do however, like your attempt to discredit me now that you are losing this argument. Perhaps you should say some other bad things about me too...if you think it will really help you.