Sergi bruguera was a dominant Retriever. In total, 52% of his points were won by the errors of his rivals and this results was far above the general average fo the ATP players. His main game plan was to play with heavy topspin and wear his rivals down. On average, he made two times fewer errors on the forehand and 30% on the backhand side than his rivals. As a complete Retriever, he could also count on an outstanding pass and touch on short balls.
Retriever / Very high
Sergi Bruguera not only Retrieved, he could also Punch on both side. However, when compared with the general average, his ratio of backhand points was above average (12%) and the one of forehand below average (15%). His backhand down the line attack was his most aggressive shots from the back of the court.
Puncher / Medium
As a clay court specialist, Sergi Bruguera could not be regarded as a Server. His ratio of aces/service winners was below average (21%) and he made on average 20% fewer points with the Serve than his rivals.
Serve / Low
To complete his Retrieving game style and mix things up Sergi Bruguera could also come in to get an edge (Offensive). In total 16% of his points were won at the net (with or without a volley to play) and this result stand just above the average of the ATP players. His favorite way to come in was the 1-2 punch & the baseline approach with the forehand or the backhand. At the net, he had an excellent hand missing only 21% of his volleys.
Offensive / Medium
Playing rather far from his baseline, Sergi Bruguera was not a Tempo player at all. He had an effective backhand but this shot was much more played with topspin (Punch) and in timing stepping in (Tempo).