Re: With Nadal's movement in clear decline, should he bring back USO 2010 serve?
Originally Posted by Kyle_Johansen
No great Wimbledon champion has struggled in the first week of the tournament like Nadal. He just doesn't like that fresh grass where the footing is worse and he actually has to attack, which he struggles to do when his topspin is void by the low skidding bounce.
Nadal started to struggle first week of Wimbledon in 2010, when he struggled a lot in that Philipp Petzchner match. A Medical Time Out strategy helped him out
Before 2009 he had no problem running on fresh grass.
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