Thomas Fabbiano is a dominant Puncher. When compared with his rivals he takes his biggest edge with the topsin forehand making on average 60% more points than them with this shot. He can be dangerous on that side in any directions and at any time in the rallies. In total, 29% of his points are won with the forehand and this result is far above the general average of the ATP players.
Puncher / High
Thomas Fabbiano senses well when he has to come in with his forehand to get an edge and he wins 76% when moving forward. In total, 15% of his points are won at the net (with or without a volley to play) and this result stands in the average of the ATP players
Offensive / Medium
Thomas Fabbiano is much more a Puncher than a Tempo player. Nonetheless, on the backhand side he can also play close to his baseline with pace and gets a ratio of points in the average.
Tempo / Medium
When Thomas Fabbiano Punches he also Retrieves at the same time. It means that his Punch is not powerful enough to make blasting winners all the time and his way of playing wears his rivals too. However, he does not get an edge against his rivals by making fewer errors than them, he just ties with them in that regard. In total, 47% of his points are won by the errors of his rivals and this result is above average.
Retriever / Medium-high
When compared with his rivals, the only shot Thomas Fabbiano is dominated is the Serve. He hits two times fewer aces/service winners than his rivals on average and this strongly affects his global results as a professionnal tennis player. A Thomas Fabbiano with a bigger serve would be ranked in the top 20.