Even though Arnand Clement could do many different things on a tennis court he can still be regarded as a Retriever (Counterpuncher). In total, 43% of his points were won by the errors of his rivals and this result stand in the average. He was also an excellent passer which is the shot that a good Counterpuncher needs to be really effective.
Retriever / Medium-high
As a complete Retriever (Counterpuncher), Arnaud Clement also developed an Offensive side to his game. In total, 19% of his points were won at the net (with or without a volley to play) and this result was above average. He varied well three kind of net approach: serve & volley, 1-2 punch right after his serve & baseline approach.
Offensive / Medium-high
Arnaud Clement could not be regarded as a Puncher at all. Hitting rather flat his ratio of points won with the forehand was below average in almost every direction. Most of the time he prefered playing a backhand than an inside in or inside out forehand and this is the characteristic of a Tempo player.
Puncher / Medium-low
The way Arnaud Clement Retrieved was in Tempo close to his baseline. When compared with the ATP averages, his ratio of backhand points was above and the one of forehand below. From the back of the court, it was with the backhand down the line that he could be the most aggressive.
Tempo / Medium-low
When compared with his rivals, Arnaud Clement was strongly dominated with the Serve making on average 40% fewer aces/service winners than them. His ratio of first serve unreturned was just below average (30%) but opting for a return position close to his baseline he received 16% more aces/service winners from his rivals than average.