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Old 01-21-2013, 04:27 PM   #242
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Default Re: Grinding wins agains, speed up the courts or the sport will die.

LOL @ that list. Also Santoro is not really a pusher either. He just only had the slice. If you watch his matches he was constantly approaching the net and trying to finish of points. Murray was never a pusher, he's not anymore aggressive now than he used to be. His forehand and serve just have more power now. Fognini is a great shotmaker.

There is no such thing as a real out and out pusher in pro-tennis. They exist at the amateur and junior level, but thats it. Calling any of those players pushers is like calling Nadal a moonballer. We use the term in a hyperbolic sense, noone is serious with it.
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