That is true though, that is the main draw back of a two handed shot, you have less reach. Obviously you can get around it, because you can just go for a slice instead (to be honest, this could be what the commentator means, that Seles will have to start using slice shots more often. I was not following tennis at this time, and am not sure how Seles playing style evolved over time really, but the commentator seemed to think Seles occasionally used a forehand slice).
That's pretty much taken for granted now, but back then I don't think there were any top players who played two handed off both sides.
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Pegula beat Bellis before the virus happened, but in Lexington today, Bellis was all business, with too much foot-speed for the ball-striker Pegula. Bellis reminds me in her efficiency around the court of the Swiss Assassin herself, who also would routinely win with a not-exactly-intimidating...
Selecting the top five of anything can be a difficult and a hectic task. There have been a number of great women tennis players over the last 52 years of the Open Era. Changes in nutrition, fitness regimes and racquet technology has made the task all the more difficult.
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