Making the “Almost-Bionic” Tennis Man…Without Federer, Nadal or Djokovic

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Making the “Almost-Bionic” Tennis Man…Without Federer, Nadal or Djokovic
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We often speculate about what our future would hold if only we had a few more athletic skills in our arsenal.

We admire someone’s perfect backhand and ask: How does he do that so effortlessly? We wonder how any human can produce such a fast serve.

There are lots of tennis players who have a single strength, but few who can draw on multiple super-skills.

Below I have created the best all around tennis player today using single attributes from the men’s tour.

Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer were excluded from the exercise because it would be too easy (and boring) to create a super star using those three.

I have noted where each of the top three men’s players would be used if they were included in the list of possibilities. No player contributes more than one talent, although there are duplicates among the honorable mentions.

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