This video analyzes the new weapon that Federer has acquired recently, the SABR (Sneak Attack By Roger). He uses the moment of blind spot when the player tosses the ball to serve to step into the court. This position change surprises the opponent and throws them off. He has recently acquired this skill to make his way to the net to shorten the points int he match. I will probably add a section analyzing this move because it is revolutionary and no on else uses this move.
This is another idea to add a section about his net game and volleys. This shows just how good his net game is. This shows just how good he is. I find that I'm drawn to the visual aspect of the videos because there is no way to just tell in words how good he is, you need to see it to believe it. Words do not do justice to how amazing of a player he is.
This video gives me an idea on another section to add in my paper about Federer's footwork . It shows the true athleticism of the player if you watch their footwork, and Federer's is incredible. It also shows how good the player is because most mistakes stem from footwork in the point. This backs up the claim that he is the greatest player of all time because his footwork is some of the best out there. He is the true picture if speed and athleticism. This could give me a ;link to embed into the section about footwork in my paper.
This video shows just how good Roger Federer really is. It pretty much proves the point by watching it. It could be used to backup the information in my paper. It supports the claim that Roger Federer is the best tennis player of all time. I could also embed the link into my essay for viewing pleasure.
This video shows the importance of mental toughness in tennis. It shows his mindset in one of the biggest matches of his career. It shows what makes him so strong as a player. It also tells why it is a good thing to be relaxed and positive. I could use the information from this video. I could use the information by putting a section in my paper about his mental toughness and his mindset.
I like the visual aspects of the pictures included. The pictures could also be used to back up a claim. This article, again, uses the short paragraph style, which I prefer reading I find. I find it keeps my interest in the article. I find that long paragraphs sometimes drag on and I lose my focus and interest.
I like the videos embedded into the text. This visual stimulation keeps the reader’s interest. It also helps the visual learners to learn how the technique is done and just how good Roger is. It is also pretty self explanatory and shortens the words needed to explain the subject. It is how to show beginners the correct way to do things on the subject.
I continue to be drawn to articles with the bold heading before each paragraph. This tells a short overview of each article and the use of these headings shows that there is a new topic being covered. In the first rough draft we did, I used the headings. The headings are much easier than transitions. I feel it makes my writing better because it is closer to my thought process to make it separated and not trying to fir in a transition into a paragraph.
This article shows the statistics of Roger Federer's 20th Grand Slam win. It shows how high his forced error count in for just one tournament and his low his unforced error count is. He gracefully swept through the tournament not even dropping a set. The article outlines the strategic placement of all of his shots. The author uses numbered bold headings which i like the headings before the paragraphs because it gives the article some structure and meaning.
This article is very un depth in the analysis of Federer's game. I like the information it provides, and it gives me ideas about strokes to write about and how to write about them. I like the videos provided in the text because it shows you what the text is talking about. That is especially good for someone who does not play/watch tennis and for visual learners. There are also very good possible quotes in the bolded text that heads the paragraphs and even divides them.