Every night at the end of play at Roland Garros, Eurosport's
resident expert and seven-times Grand Slam winner Mats Wilander will take an
in-depth look at one of the issues of the day.
Today, the Swede takes a look at the drop shot, and explains why we've seen the tactic used over and over during Roland Garros this week.
The myth that the drop shot is only appropriate on slow, heavy conditions is being exposed in the sunny Paris weather.
Balls travelling a bit faster are sending players further behind the baseline than usual - and that gives a little more room for players to catch out their opponent with the drop shot on the slippery surface.
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