for hardcourt, it's already good enough to give you at least one TMS title on hardcourt and another TMS final within just a few monthscroat123 said:to be honest, that's not true. his movement sets him apart from the rest. but being fast doesn't cut it on hardcourts, grass and carpet
Yes, he is great on clay but his tactics are lacking elsewhere . But I give him credit, he is young and has shown immense progress over time and will add more to his game for non clay courts because he has the tools.Flibbertigibbet said:Yeah, OK. I guess number two at 19, a French Open title, a hard court Masters Series title, two other Masters titles, and a bunch of other titles elsewhere aren't good enough. I mean, clearly he only has a forehand in his arsenal. That's why he's actually challenged Federer in all three meetings, right? Well, Nadal just got lucky there, you know... And it's not as if he wasn't playing an inspired James Blake playing to the best of his abilities, supported fully by the crowd... Yep. Just a forehand.