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- The Attacking player, how hard is it to be like Federer?By: SÃƒÂ©rgio Cruz
- Is Federer all Alone in his Style of Play? (Part II)By: SÃƒÂ©rgio Cruz
- Is Federer all Alone in his Style of Play? (Part I)By: SÃƒÂ©rgio Cruz
- Does faster mean better in Tennis? (Part II)By: SÃƒÂ©rgio Cruz
- Does faster mean better in Tennis? (Part I)By: SÃƒÂ©rgio Cruz
- Wimbledon Center CourtBy: Chris Lewis
- Tennis EthicsBy: Chris Lewis
- Sorry Pete, But That's No SacrificeBy: Chris Lewis
- Tennis Champions: Are They Born? Or Made?By: Chris Lewis
- Tennis And "The Ugly Parent Syndrome"By: Chris Lewis
- Tennis - Anticipation - Early Warning Systems, what is it?By: SÃƒÂ©rgio Cruz
Tennis has all variables in the spectrum of skills, tactics and strategies.
The apparent similarities of Roger Federer style of play to the older generations, which he himself admitts by calling his tennis "modern-retro tennis", implicates the possibility that many players of the past e.
Everyone is marvelled at Federer's fantastic record but it is no surprise if you think not too far back at Pete Sampras dominance and John McEnroe's, who also played great all round games.
In part one I explained how the backhand slice can be a great neutralizer of power and an opener for point winning opportunities.
The impression I have from many TV commentators and almost every tennis expert that I have read or listened to, is that they all seem to be in awe on how fast the game of tennis today is.
"How does it feel to walk out onto center court at Wimbledon?" is a question I've been asked many times.
Watching a tennis match between two promising juniors, one an Australian and the other a New Zealander, earlier this year, I observed a very interesting incident.
Responding to criticism of being unemotional and boring, Pete Sampras was once quoted as saying: "People have this perception of when I win majors that I don't look very ecstatic.
John Newcombe, former world tennis No 1 and former Australian Davis Cup captain, once said that the top Australian players of his era believed that it was their destiny to become tennis champions.
There's a syndrome in tennis circles that has come to be widely known as "The Ugly Parent Syndrome.
The radar early warning systems in computer games, calls your attention to an incoming missile or enemy attack.