2. Blake is fast on his feet. Second fastest to Nadal maybe.
So, Nadal has less time to react to Blakes shots and Blake can get to more
of Nadals returns as well as Nadal making many more errors.
> Blake's a good player getting better and nowhere near his peak yet.
>> Blake's a good player getting better and nowhere near his peak yet.
> my take on blake is that he has been a good player, but not such a good
> *big* game player, or someone who plays so well when under pressure, or
> expectation, to win. he does seem to be getting better in that respect,
Blake continues his slow and steady progress on the comeback trail.
He turned pro late, about 20, after two years of college; has had some
trouble in finding his game, the game best suited to his talents and
physique; and has had serious injury and illness: the result of
which is that he has not yet anywhere near reached his peak.
(And I'd add I'd put his present return/defensive game against anyone's
Take a deep breath, take a walk, cool off, plot a bit, and serve again.
>>I'm asking because I didn't see any of the latest Blake-Nadal action. How
>>come Blake has Nadal's number?
> 1. Deep flat ground strokes as has been mentioned many times here in rst as
> a way to hurt nadal.
> 2. Blake is fast on his feet. Second fastest to Nadal maybe.
> So, Nadal has less time to react to Blakes shots and Blake can get to more
> of Nadals returns as well as Nadal making many more errors.
> Simple really.
14. If Fed's Done