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  1. greg mcLaren

    hi jeff, you wants stated that you thought no male tennis player with a one handed backhand could be ranked #1 in the world again. after watching stans backhand in the us open final have you changed your mind? I look forward to your answer! thanks,greg.

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    • Jeff Salzenstein

      Greg, It may happen. I just think week in and week out the 2 handed player is more solid but I could be wrong someday.

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  2. frits klaassen

    tel me why now a days the front foot is first in the fielt. my back feet comes over and staps into the fielt fisrt. so i can better go for the first volley. in the old days several top players does do so. my balance is also better. please answer my question.

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    • Jeff Salzenstein

      I am not clear on the question.

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  3. Stephen Parker Head MTEN Coach Cabrini Univ

    I totally agree that Novak gave Stan too much credit before such a big match. However I really believe that the key to the match was in the first set – Novak appeared to be dominating Stan and Stan was struggling BUT Stan chose to fight through his uneven play and push it to a tiebreak. Even though he got blown out in the tiebreak he served notice that he had come to COMPETE and sure enough he began to dial up his game in the 2nd crucial set! Then he mentally and physically pummeled Novak!
    Incredible shot making in that match! He made Novak look mortal!

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    • Jeff Salzenstein

      Hi Stephen, Yo make some really good points. Clutch play by Stan!

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  4. Noushin

    Many thanks for sharing your experience and invaluable knowledge!

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