Which players tennis strokes do you find the most aesthetically pleasing?

Question by djokerfan01: Which players tennis strokes do you find the most aesthetically pleasing?
A bit random with the AO going into its second week, but personally I love Roger’s serve and forehand they are both so natural and nice. Richard’s backhand stroke is also really smooth and nice on the eyes.
I actually hate watching Kuzy’s shots, even though she obviously gets something out of them I always find her forehand looking choppy, but hey you get to the top with good shots, not aesthetically pleasing shots.
Delic’s one hander was pretty nice, it just was a bit random throughout the match. And I am pretty sad that Gasquet lost to freaky Fernando

Best answer:

Answer by king
James blake and Marin cilic shots are really pleasing.

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15 Comments
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    mathprofrockstar May 21, 2013 at 8:13 pm

    Definitely Fed on the forehand. I saw Amer Delic play Djokovic, and I was very impressed with his one-handed backhand. I am old school, and play the one-hander, so I always like to see a nice one. Blake’s is pretty good too. I don’t know if any of the men have one as good as Mauresmo’s though. I think I’m going to have to go with the women as to the best-looking serve too. Gotta be Venus. So relaxed yet so much power.

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    123 May 21, 2013 at 8:33 pm

    Nadals forehand is awsome!

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    tennisguy305 May 21, 2013 at 9:25 pm

    i would go with safin’s backhand,,he hits it smoothly and with ease everytime. also, federer’s forehand

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    β™₯ RafaGirl18 β™₯ May 21, 2013 at 9:57 pm

    Rafael Nadal`s Forehand and Backhand, he`s been on fire this week with them, i hope he keeps up the good work πŸ˜€ I also think his passing shot is one of the best in the game πŸ™‚

    Rogers Serve…speaks for itself really.
    Im sad Gasquet lost πŸ™ πŸ™ πŸ™ πŸ™ πŸ™ πŸ™ !! He had match point in the 3rd set aswell, he always chokes :S even tho he`s in control, same happened at Wimby last year with him!! Could have easily beat Murray but lost his game!!

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    lundqvistlova May 21, 2013 at 10:35 pm

    Gasquet’s an amazing shotmaker…

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    tennispimpster May 21, 2013 at 11:15 pm

    I personally love all of Fed’s shots. They’re all very fluid and easy on the eyes. He brings a feeling of grace to the court. Everything he does is graceful and it’s very soothing for us. Probably isn’t for his opponents though…

    My second favorite would have to be Nadal’s. His shots aren’t exactly graceful but his shots look amazing also. Instead of grace, he brings a kind of ferocity to the court. He puts insane effort into every one of his shots. In fact, Nadal’s physical appearance also brings that rugged feeling. His long wet hair, toned muscles, and that angry look on his face. It’s pretty hot.

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    jay k May 21, 2013 at 11:31 pm

    Federer’s forehand, Gasquet’s backhand

    sorry β™₯ RafaGirl18 β™₯. I meant to give you a thumbs up.

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    London NW3 May 22, 2013 at 12:06 am

    actually l loved watching melcher playing the happy Murray.His aggression and huge forehands were a joy.Yes he lost,but much more watchable than Murray

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    Anonymus May 22, 2013 at 12:32 am

    you don’t even have to ask that question. the answer will always be FEDERER the master of the game and his incredible strokes, form, volley, serve, and precision.

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    Lucky May 22, 2013 at 12:34 am

    Roger’s strokes are absolutely perfect, if you watch the follow through it is always just right. Nadal is great and gets results but too wild for me. I like some grace.

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    10s_fan May 22, 2013 at 1:17 am

    federer’s whole game- his game is just so smooth, fluid and very easy on the eyes.
    gasquet’s 1 handed backhand- that shot is a thing of beauty
    blake’s forehand- love the speed and power he generates with that shot
    rafa’s forehand- that thing just jumps at u, and it rotates at an average of 3200 times a minute (federer’s forehand rotates an average of 2700…).
    djokovic’s backhand- nice and solid contact, it is his best shot, does not look awkward when he hits it either.

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    padraigβ™₯ May 22, 2013 at 1:42 am

    roger federer without a doubt.

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    James Blake For President! May 22, 2013 at 1:48 am

    I like Rafa’s once the points turn into long rallies. In fact I am kind of envious at his defensive skills, and he just always seems to have great timing and always hit the ball in the right space.
    Blake’s backhand is amazing, and it is the one thing I am never nervous about (4th round baby!)
    To comment on Kuznetsova I agree 100%. I feel like she just wings the ball, and it is the ugliest looking shot in the world. It looks so unnatural it kills me. How pissed were you about Carillo and Shriver going on about how horrible Kuzy was! Oh my gosh, they like couldn’t get over it. So what, she won the game on a double fault, and had like 10000 match points, she won! They were calling her the Dr. Jekyll and Mr Hyde of tennis. Even after making a nice point, they would say “Oh I bet she is going to suck for the next few points” (well it came across that was). And in an interview with Serena when Mauresmo got out, they were saying there were no Slam champions left and I was like SCREAMING to the television “KUZY THE US OPEN!!”
    Very disappointing..

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    renan May 22, 2013 at 2:40 am

    my opinion

    serve : Gael Monfils
    forehand : Novak Djokovic
    backhand (one handed) : Richard Gasquet
    backhand (two handed) : Andy Murray
    volley : Mario Ancic

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    Novak_is_mine May 22, 2013 at 2:41 am

    evry shot djokovic hits

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