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SHOULD ROGER CHANGE ANOTHER RACKET AGAINST RAFA?

TennisGrandSlam
03-05-2006, 03:52 PM
The idea from

http://www.menstennisforums.com/showthread.php?t=71668&page=2


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get a racket with a heavy head and VERY tight strings (not this 55 lb crap, more like 70 if possiable, something really tight) and it will cancel out the spin almost instantly.

plus Nadal is like 8 feet behind the baseline, s&V seems like a good way to go, Yet 2005 USO, Blake beat nadal far and square just using sheer power. i know federer is a strong guy, but he isnt the strongest on tour and *tends, no offense roger* to go for a more fancyer shot then one that might hurt his oppendent.

having said that, Nadal's lefty game does play a huge roll in it becuse most players arnt used to playing a left, then how about a GOOD lefty? you dont win 11 titles including a GS without being good.
So federer in the off season, or even now, after Miami train against no one but lefies just to get some matches under your belt, but mix it up with righties too do you can keep your form and dont go the roddick route and *try* to change your style and then people will Own you.

Federer just needs to look at the past matches and break them done THROUGHLY. Remember Nadal was out for like 4 months, he is still rusty, so the Odds were Federer should have won, yet some factors such as the Lefty game, Federer being a little fancy and some others played into effect and plus Nadal is one of the most mentally tough players on the ATP circut BY FAR.

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Does it work? :confused:

Rogiman
03-05-2006, 04:08 PM
Why making all these adjustments when he's shown he could easily beat him with his current gear in the 1st set?

Perhaps a change of psychologist would help :o

rofe
03-05-2006, 04:38 PM
Why making all these adjustments when he's shown he could easily beat him with his current gear in the 1st set?

Perhaps a change of psychologist would help :o

:lol: You are really disappointed aren't you?