Sun. Nov 17th, 2019

Kevin Anderson: High players find it difficult to change the direction of the run

South African tennis player Kevin Anderson told how he played against Spaniard Rafael Nadal at the age thirteen.

“Yes, then Rafa defeated me. It seems that it was a clay tournament in Barcelona. I always considered my growth an advantage, especially in the context of the serve. Growth allows you to create good angles and also helps your advantage at the start of the draw. Despite all this, in training, I served serve tens of thousands of times. There are more and more taller players. Some people would say that the problem is in slow motion, but a long stride length can be an advantage. The most difficult moment for us is to change direction, “- quotes Kevin, the press service of the Tour.

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