If he always played the way he did against Haas then yes, he would be a very good pisher but it's not the case. He has a very adaptable game and there are many dimensions which he can call upon to beat different opponents.
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Nope, he's a defensive counterpuncher who has brilliant ability to get the ball back in play one more time than most people can. Not many 'pushers' can play superb passing shots on the run on both wings.
He can play aggressive when he wants to - when his movement was restricted last night, he was playing much more aggressive tennis to end the points earlier, and reduce the amount of long rallies.
Andy Murray / Fernando Gonzalez / Mikhail Youzhny / Simone Bolleli / Kei Nishikori / Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
Glasgow Rangers - 51 league titles, we welcome the chase!
Last edited by Murraymaniac; 03-17-2007 at 12:58 PM.
i dont think hes a pusher at all. he has many dimensions to his game. yes, he hits slices and loopers, but he can also give the ball a good whack. and no serve? he can hit serves nicely into the 130 range. he takes his chances when they are presented. like someone said before, why hit more winners than you should to win a match.