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Old 11-30-2012, 10:46 PM   #34
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Default Re: High percentage tennis is boring

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Originally Posted by HKz View Post
Obviously no one wins championships playing entirely risky, but no one wins games just playing not to lose either. Risky plays bring home the wins and entertain the crowd.
Same in tennis then, you don't see Monfils and Simon winning multiple slams. Nadal is pretty much the only one who can win frequently without risking a whole lot, but it's unlikely anyone could copy that style and have the same amount of success.
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