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Which player would be most successful in today's tennis?

  • J. McEnroe

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The player would be at their physical peak and would have current training/diet.

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You really think he's the only person in that list who constructed points?
seriously, all these nadalfans clones are such embarrassment.


Also, running endlessly retrieving balls like energizer bunny a mile behind service line expecting the opponent to wither first or being a vulture for an opportunity to arise is NOT constructing points.
 

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We can eliminate the serve/volley players unless one thinks one or more of them would be able to play an all-court game instead of serve/volley and have the same level of success they had with serve/volley. This is because the current equipment and courts penalize serve/volley.
 

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Lendl was the pioneer of the modern power player and baseliner, no doubt he would be successful today, probably even more so.
 
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