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Yes, we all could predict that for Nadal there is nothing to lose, but for Fed there is his reputation of the 1-st racquet, and taking into account his defeat from Nadal at Miami his psychological condition had to be worser than Nadal's.
I witnessed this also before that sometimes Fed trembles. He is worring more than necessary probably he is intelligent and hence sentimental and sensitive. IMHO this is his big
Agassi federer intimidating women, he should fight with this shortcoming. Type40 Semi-Pro Apr 3, I think his weakness is nadal! In the future I expect Nadal to start getting some wins against Fed. If that had been a 3 setter today Nadal would have won. One he gets a little older, and works on his endurance for the 5 setters, Agassi federer intimidating women don't see what's going to stop him, in those first 2 sets, he had Federer totally discombobulated.
Grimjack Banned Apr 3, The only thing is this: We've seen Federer struggle against several quality opponents in the past Then, he turns it around and owns them. Now, to what degree is that because he's simply improved as a player, and to what degree is it because he's a very good strategist, and figures out over time how to best use his tools to dispose of particular opponents?
I think that his conquests of Agassi, Henman, Nalbandian, etc. Because frankly, even conceiving of it is frightening. So he isn't going to now leave Nadal in the dust from a talent standpoint. But, to what degree will Roger be able to "figure him out? Roger seems to own everybody, once Agassi federer intimidating women figures them out. Nyl Rookie Apr 3, I think it is the leftiness to a large degree, has federer had to face many truly great lefties in his era?
I';m not sure, but I think he had serious problems with Nadal's weid lefty spins, and admitted it in the pre match interview, in which he feared having to go down a set and a break before coing to terms with the leftyness.
In fact it took him 2 sets and a break! But the fact that he turned it around says a lot about why Fed is number 1. Nadel did an excellent job, early on, trying to keep the ball away from Roger's 'strike-zone'.
Roger missed so many volleys heavy topspin by Nadel. Excellent 'deep hitting' on the ground by Nadel. Looked like the Roger from a few years ago about to go down. Tym Hall of Fame Apr 3, This
Agassi federer intimidating women the key to why Nadal matches up so well with Federer.
Agassi has a great two-hande cross-court bakchand to Federer's backhand, but his balls right in Federer's strike zone, nice and flat, not too high, not too low.
Federer time and time had to be on his heels by backing up to his backhand. Plus, the recovery of the one-handed backhand is not as good against high-bouncing shots out wide, because you have to stay sideways throughout the stroke whereas with a two-hander your body momentum naturally carries you back into the court to cover the
Agassi federer intimidating women court.
See how this helps Nadal even more? Nadal's best backhand by far is his cross court backhand in my opinion. He really rifles flat and hard crosscourt when he's setup. His clear that this is his preferred backhand by his passing patterns.
He almost always tries to rifle it crosscourt with the two-hander vs. It's a nasty one-two that's gonna have Federer guessing all day long. Not to mention, that Nadal's crosscourt forehand moonball with pace makes it tough for Federer to get around in time to hit his own forehand.
I don't think the inside out forehand from a righty such as Moya bother Federer nearly as much simply because the arc on the shot won't be as curvy or high as it is for a lefty topspin forehand. Also, I think it's tough on Federer mentally as well, because a guy like Nadal is intimidating Agassi federer intimidating women play if you're the favorite, simply because he comes at you like a tenacious pitbull at all times the word go.
You just can't discourage a player with this kind of mentality or intimidate with your "name" whatsoever. I think it's the same reason the young Michael Chang was intimidating to other top players. If you're a top player, that's exactly what you don't want to see, you're used to being bowed down to, or players who come into the match already acting like they're defeated. See the difference in how the world now reacts to the U.
Finally, Nadal has incredibly wheels. He can catch up to many of Federer's "trick" shots that others can't, and get their with relish. So, basically, I just think all of these things really make this an unfavorable matchup for Federer, plus the fact that Federer doesn't really serve quite hard enough to handicap Nadal on the return, which his probably his one vulnerability, and it only shows against the BIGGEST of servers.
He plays deep enough and is quick enough and is long enough that he can effectively cover Federer's craftier serves appreciably well. Finally, I don't think off-speed, slice type shots bother players who concentrate extremely well such as Nadal as much. I think this is more of a nuisance to guys like Safin and Goran who can go a little Agassi federer intimidating women in the brain sometimes.
Well unfortunately Mammadov you're just plain wrong, the left handed heavy topspin totally forced errors from federer for 2 sets and a break, and if you can't see that, you weren't paying attention. Brian Purdie Semi-Pro Apr 3, I feel like Fed is a very well rounded player and has every part the game, but think about what the top players did in a bind.
Hewitt runs down every ball. Federer, if there were a weapon, would be his uncanny ability to hit an offensive shot out of a defensive shot. Those angles seem to come out of no where, but not when he's in a bind. He can't depend on those in a clutch. Therefore, I think if fed meets nadel some more, nadel is gonna start to get
Agassi federer intimidating women. Kind of like hewitt no?
Anotherside of never die mentality is when you are really dead its hard to come back alive. I might be wrong let see what hewitt does against fed. The pros and Agassi federer intimidating women have been looking at his game during play and scouring over tapes endlessly for over a year now.
They may actually agree with a lot of the insightful statements here. The pros and their coaches may actually know his weakenesses but noone really has been able to consistently probe those weaknesses consistently to beat him.
Time and time again, Federer is able to protect his weaknesses, whatever they may be, by his athletic and mental abilities and pull out a win even when he's not at the top of his game. Count Grishnackh Banned Apr 3, I think something that Nadal has that can hurt Federer is like what a previous poster mentioned "that his lefty heavy topspin forehand goes to Federer's backhand on a consistent basis and that can break down Fed's backhand over time", especially since its such a heavy ball and Federer hits them back with not much authority.
I think what hurt Nadal today was that lack of a big serve to bail him out of long rallies all the time. Safin without that serve wouldn't have beaten Federer this year but he would've put up a similar result to Nadal's today. The heavy topspin left Federer pinned behind the baseline most of the time and he couldn't step in and control the rallies.
Also, to add to all the Agassi federer intimidating women that I said is also Nadal's fighting spirit and ability to counterpunch Fed's shots on the dead run. Nadal's backhand goes flat and hard to Federer's forehand side causing him to Agassi federer intimidating women and hit forehands on the defensive and that opens up the heavy topspin to Fed's backhand side.
It's a good strategy for Nadal to use and for anyone else as well if they have to game to employ it. I think if he had a serve more similar to Moya's it would've been the difference.
Agassi federer intimidating women don't believe Nadal is intimidated by Federer's presence and I believe that is due to his age and "innocence". He's young and naive so he's not awed by him. Most guys who play Fed now already go into the match defeated before they even strike a ball. Nadal goes in there believing he can take him out, not just compete. He's a fighter and not afraid to play the big names. I predict he'll win the French and hopefully he gets Federer on the red stuff.
I think the thing for Fed to do is to analyze the of this match, and it might reveal some things he could try to hold serve better.
I think that's where a coach comes in handy. I wonder of Fed even bothers, or does he just figure he can just go play his game and win against anyone? I am wondering if fed might have been better off to try and mix in some serve volley more. Roger got his serve broken alot today and that's pretty uncharacteristic for him. Fed can play his style Agassi federer intimidating women much as long as he feels like it.
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The Hit for Haiti 2 made a million dollar donation to Haiti, but it left me with a sour taste in my mouth. Henin was coming off a tough early round loss in the actual tournament just hours earlier but it was nice to see her enjoying herself.
There were a couple of flashy shots here and there but Navratilova and Henin were significantly better. Then the main event: Throwing in Agassi and Sampras seemed like we were in for maybe the greatest night in tennis.
And things started out great. There was a lot of banter between Agassi and Federer with both of them teasing each other much to the delight of the crowd. You know things are getting weird when Rafa Nadal has to tell Agassi to settle down some. And he did for a few minutes.
Up to that point, Sampras, and to some extent Nadal, was particularly quiet. Tracy Austin, who was commentating, pretty much nailed it when she said it was just like when they were playing: Agassi was always showboating and Sampras was reserved and serious.
Since this was a fun event, I wanted to see Sampras joke around a little and show some personality rather than playing as if it was a slam final.
Please refresh the page and retry. A ces might look impressive and big serves win a lot of points, but it seems tennis fans prefer great returners to great servers. And in discovering that great returners are more popular and more entertaining - one poll found that 74 per cent of fans prefer watching a great returner to a great server - Watson discovered that four names in particular kept coming up: A Telegraph Sport poll had the same quartet in the top four, this time with Federer top.
Who is the greatest at returning serve? Reply with WhatMakesGreat if your pick isn't on the list, and you could win Wimbledon tickets. Throughout Wimbledon Watson has been listening and analysing. And sure enough he found that those four players had the highest positive associations with returning.
But why are returners more popular and more entertaining? And Wimbledon fans found Agassi a very agreeable character, once he had overcome his aversion to SW19 and ended his three-year absence by playing in His own serve was pedestrian by comparison and at 5ft 11in he was not as physically intimidating as many of his rivals, so he needed another weapon and his return became that.
Social-media analysis shows the same trend, with tennis fans generally more positive about returning and less so about the big serve. Because he spent his career playing Pete Sampras.
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