Madison Brengle is one of the most defensive player on the WTA tour and as a result a dominant Retriever. In total, 59% of her points are won by the errors of her rivals and this result is far above the general average of the WTA. She makes on average fewer errors than her rivals with every possible shots: serve, return, forehand backhand & volley.
Retriever / Very high
Madison Brengle cannot be regarded as an Offensive player because she usualy prefers to exend the baseline rallies than to come in. However, in total 10% of her points are won at the net (with or without a volley to play) and this result stands in the average.
Offensive / Medium
When she has to Madison Brengle can play in pace close to her baseline but the Tempo does not represent her game style. She is much more a Retriever who Punches than a Retriever that counterpunches.
Tempo / Medium-low
Even though Madison Brengle has a better backhand than forehand, she is still more a Puncher than a Tempo player. Unlike the Tempo players, her court position is rather far from her baseline, she is very defensive with her return and her backhand is hit with topspin.
Puncher / Medium
Although Madison Brengle's first serve ratio of unreturned is below average (15%) she still gets a small edge with her Serve against her rivals. This is only due to her defensive return position and the fact that she puts back in play much more of her rivals' first serve. Because of that she cannot be regarded as a Server.