Groundies get the chop.
It makes sense, as all the action moves to the front of the court.
Firstly, it’s important to understand that these numbers are a percentage of total winners – not total points (which include errors).
Forehands and backhands are a monster part of finishing points in singles, but the numbers clearly show that’s not the case in doubles. The reason is really simple – it’s not because they all of a sudden start under-performing with four people on the court. The reason is that the battleground clearly shifts. In singles, we battle primarily from the back of the court, and every now and then from the front of the court.
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