- n. Plural form of volleyer.
“There are very few out-and-out volleyers left, at least not in the tradition of Rod Laver and John McEnroe.”
“: The list of pretty volleyers is long: Stefan Edberg, Martina Navratilova, John McEnroe and Tony Roche, to name a few.”
“He's one of the best volleyers in the world now," Mr. McEnroe said.”
“Ten years ago there were a lot more serve and volleyers.”
“Both are superior volleyers, and Navratilova, who is playing her final year on tour after coming out of retirement five years ago, wanted a final shot at the Olympics this summer in Athens, Greece.”
“The objective for all of us must be the restoration of variety in the playing styles of professional players so that baseliners, serve-volleyers and all-court players have an equal chance.”
“Most notable, clearly, is the form of Meireles, scorer of his fifth goal in six games and emerging as one of the finest volleyers of the ball in the Premier League.”
“His groundstrokes are too powerful, they would keep the "serve and volleyers" pinned to the baseline and out of their comfort zone.”
“It's amazing to me that Djokovic and co. arent better volleyers.”
“I'd put him in the top four or five volleyers in the world, yet we never see it.”
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