The writing style of this article is very straight forward with the information. I like the no nonsense, data style of writing. The data speaks for itself in the case of this article, and I appreciate that. This style may be good for my essay because there is not too much to say outside of the analysis. I may out visual aids in my paper to add a little more interest into it.
The SABR (Sneak Attack By Roger) is a relatively new tactics that Federer has recently added. It is very effective because it has the element of surprise, and messes with the opponents head. He hits a half volley, which is almost always difficult to return. He advances to the net, putting pressure on the opposing player. This video shows why it is so effective against opponents.
The information given in this video gives an insight into Roger's exact technique and why it is so effective. His grip and contact point are both given and why everyone should emulate his forehand into your game. It gives good information on how to analyze his forehand. I will use the description of the grip into my paper. I could use the analysis if his forehead d from his video in my paper.
I might model my title after this one. It draws in the reader, while getting the point across that he is virtually unstoppable, much like Federer. I really like the mystery of the title, and I enjoy getting creative with them. It implies what needs to be said, but you still don't know who can stop him, so you want to find out. I also really enjoy the gifs that were inserted into this article, it shows just how good and unstoppable he is.
I am definitely considering experimenting in my paper with the short paragraph style and structure. I like the use of charts and visual aids as well to drawn the attention of the reader show that it is important. I would like to use charts to show statistics in my paper maybe to show its importance. I also like the title, it draws you in because you want to know what that "One Thing" is that Rafa does better on clay. I also find that I'm drawn to articles with headings before the paragraphs, and i would consider using that in my paper as well.
This structure is intriguing because of the short paragraph styles. I would like to maybe use the short paragraph style in my paper. I may utilize the use of quotes, but have them free standing like in this article. I believe that makes them stand out more and show the importance of them.
I like the relaxed writing style. I like the insight into Federer's life, behind the icy, calm, relaxed exterior. It shows what keeps him grounded and how he is happy. I like the fact that GQ is aware of tennis players.
This video gives an insight into Federer's side of the story, like his mind. He tells how he is more confident and less tired due to a 6 month break he took. I like the information given in this video because it shows how important the mental side of tennis is. It focuses on Federer's style of play and his comeback after a glum outlook on his career after an injury. It says how he improved upon his backhand, creating a total beast.
This article is not about Roger Federer, but I like the structure and style of this website. I find myself drawn to this website because of the simple terminology. It is easy for even people who do not play tennis to understand. It breaks it down into simple components and explains them. They explain them and explain why they are effective. This website also connects to the reader by relating it back to how you can improve upon your own game.
I chose this article because of the information and structure of this article. I like the structure because it breaks down a particular stroke into components. It breaks down the forehand and tells you why it is so effective due to components and why those components are effective. I like the information because it is all true and helpful in an analysis paper. He also puts it into words that are easily understood and relatable, connecting to the reader.