Re: If baseliners serve-volleyed and serve-volleyers played at the back.YOUR TOP 10
A player who used to rush to the net after his serve 60% of the time will stay back 60% of the time, while a player who stayed back will go forward. They would still be allowed to volley/stay back of course but no more than a player playing opposite of their style would. The extent to which the style should be opposite is determined by how extreme he was in his style before. (Everything IN YOUR OPINION of course)
If it's really an all-court player he'll remain equally as good, I guess as he'll have very few things changed in his game.
Basically I meant to see who is the most complete player. Who can just as easily play with an alternate style as with his normal style... Which serve volleyer can survive at the baseline? Which base-liner can be good at the net consistently when forced to volley more than usual.
An all court player like Federer would probably be at the top. He can serve-volley better than any other base-line player can and with that he'll be able to beat any serve-volleyer scrambling at the baseline...
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Last edited by Vass; 06-23-2005 at 10:50 AM.