So, do I actualyl want to tape this afterall
You keep your first serve in and deep. And you try variating your serve. If your opponent keeps on hitting return winners, then its all his merit;TennisHack said:Hitman, what can you do when your opponent hits more than amazing return winners on your serve? You have to go for broke, unfortunately he got a tight call that didn't go his way.
But what I'm saying is, Ferrero felt trapped on his serve. He'd go hard to the forehand or backhand and get burned. His second serve would spin in and he'd get burned. He was still thinking about those amazing shots Carlos hit when he served his last game. It was too much and he unravelled.hitman said:
You keep your first serve in and deep. And you try variating your serve. If your opponent keeps on hitting return winners, then its all his merit;
Juanqui went for it on ALL the serves in that game. You cant do that. Thats what I meant.
Dont get me wrong, Ferrero surprised me this week. He corrected his major fault on hard courts, his positioning. Today, though, things were not good and he went back to the wrong one. It happens. The tournament should leave great expectations about his UsOpen performance.
Carlos played too good today.