A game plan is to do with identifying a players weakness and trying to exploit it. For example, Davenport played a smart match against Venus, just hitting forehands to her, and she ended up making alot of errors. As someone says though, the smartest players are the ones who adjust their games during court time when things aren't working.nate_my_love said:Do you know who has the smartes and most intelligent game plan on tours? Please explain a player's game plam too. :wavey:
From the way she mixes it up, I'm talking about when she doesn't have her headcase times which happens alot.pcrtennis said:Ai is the smartest on tour!!!!!!!!!!!! (BTW, how can you say Mauresmo is the smartest player........?)
Hingis got her on the run a lot and Seles didn't seem able to come sustain a high enough level to win matches where she had to run alot.How did Hingis manage to outplay Seles almost every times they played?
Serena had too much power for Hingis to be able to thrash her off court, although the h2h was pretty even 7-6 to SerenaAlso...Hingis didn't seem capable of outplaying Serena...
Its the same as talent, who has the most talent is not always in relation to who is the most successful due to other circumstances.DA FOREHAND said:What good is being smart or having a great game plan if you can't execute them enough to win the big matches/tournaments?
Martina was very good at executing her moms game plan, not so good when she waivered away from the plan.beauty_is_pink said:Martina Hingis is master! :worship: :worship: :worship:
i also think Nastya and Kim are smart with their game plan, same with Juju
Its not rocket science :tape:backhanddtl4 said:DAVENPORT!!!
The Bank of the West Final proved it too. She hit about 90 % of the balls to Venus' forehand.