Re: Question:What was Capriati's weapon of choice
People who saw Jen in 2003 and 2004 would get the perception that she was a defensive player that could turn defense into attack. When Jen was at her best at any point in her long career, she was an attacking player off the ground. Her forehand was extremely powerful both on the run and when she was set up. Her backhand cross-court was never that good (it was soild, just nothing special and it did save her at Oz 2002 on Martina's first match point), but her backhand down the line was a weapon. I remember some great dtl backhands Jennifer hit against Martina Navratilova when she beat her at Wimbledon in 1992 I believe (not sure). That shot really came full circle at Oz 2001 when she beat Hingis in the finals (remember match point?).
To describe how you should create Jennifer. She should have above average to great retrieval skills, a top notch forehand, an above average backhand, decent net skills, and a decent serve.