I'm a 3.0. In my first iteration, I was a serve and volley player. Then I quit playing for a long time (work, kids, etc.). Started playing again about 5 years ago and I can't volley for crap these days, but my forehand is better.
Pass the duct tape and super glue. Lena's done broke my heart one last time.
Onward my LOB! Lena (ret.) Vika Vee TOB Caro Alexa Sabine Wicki Kiri Vania BMS Makarova Andrea H. Jo-La
"I read on the internet that there is something chipmunky about me :-)"--Andrea H.
Elena Viatcheslavovna Dementieva--Eternal Goddess of the Divine Bangs
4.2? Maybe? Somewhere between 4.0 and 4.5 - although my serve is SHIT. I would gladly take Dementieva's worst serving day over my serve anytime - I think. I have an alright backhand (one handed) and a two handed forehand though (weird, I know.) I haven't played for a while though.
Wow.. I'm really wondering how many people understand the system. If you are a 7 according to the USTA system, you're ready to be a professional if I remember correctly.
I'm a 3.5 right now b/c I rarely play and physically, I'm way below where I should be. By the summer, I should be back to 4.0-4.5
I always wanted to be somebody. If I made it, it's half because I was game enough to take a lot of punishment along the way and half because there were a lot of people who cared enough to help me.
Originally Posted by darrinbaker00
When will you learn that "pushers" never make it past the club level, let alone #1 on the WTA computer? Will it be too late?