Re: Your today's top 10 with the 80's racquets
Of those in the Top 10 currently, I can see Federer, Murray, Berdych (who'd be a serve-and-volleyer), and Tsonga being about the same. Tough to picture players like del Potro and Isner even playing the game.
Djokovic would likely adjust his game to be in the top 10. Nadal would have the endurance of Borg but he'd actually be on the same level as Ferrer due to how spin is such a major factor.
The wisdom of Nikolay Davydenko: "For sure [Nadal] will come back for the clay court season. And then he will try to win everything he can. Nadal is Nadal. The fans may miss him but not the players."
The Brian Baker Story. Proof that truth is stranger than fiction... until Hollywood buys the rights. Or decides to screw up it with a twist. But so glad he's back!
Andy Murray: 2012 Olympic gold and silver medalist. US Open Champ. Wimbledon champ. Never been prouder of him.