Alize Cornet is a dominant Retriever. When compared with her rivals she makes on average fewer points with the return, the forehand, the backhand and the volley. From the back of the court, her game is often to play her topspin forehand or her backhand to wear her rivals' backhand down. In total, 53% of her points are won by the errors of her opponent and this result is above the general average of the WTA players.
Retriever / High
When compared with her rivals Alize Cornet get an edge by making more aces/service winners but is dominated because of her ratio of double faults. In the end, she gets global results with her Serve according to the WTA averages.
Server / Medium
The way Alize Cornet Retrieves on the forehand side is with topspin. However, she cannot be qualified as a Puncher because her ratio of points with the forehand is below average. She uses more the topspin forehand to wear her rivals down than to attack.
Puncher / Medium-low
Alize cannot be regarded as an Offensive player but she senses well when she has to come in to get an edge. In total, 10% of her points are won at the net (with or without a volley to play) but 76% of her approaches are won (far above average).
Offensive / Medium
The way Alize Cornet Retrieves on the backhand side is with pace. However, she cannot be qualified as a Tempo player because her ratio of points with the backhand is below average. She uses more the backhand cross played close to her baseline to wear her rivals down than to attack.