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- Technical comparisons between top players and top juniors.
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In this video analysis of the match between the new young star Dominic Thiem and Stan Warwrinka at the Mutua Madrid Open, one can identify several factors that make tennis such an attractive sport and at the same time make it so difficult and challenging: plenty of shots in different directions, explosive sprints and direction changes, court coverage and tactical patterns.
Seconds after having the advantage during the point, the player finds himself on the defensive. Tennis is a game in which players are constantly changing from offense to defense. Here we show a typical situation in which @Rafael Nadal shows why he is the king of clay.
It is always difficult to hit a high, one-handed backhand volley. Roger demonstrates this shot using a Continental grip or hammer grip.