Alberto Mancini a dominant Puncher. His topspin forehand and single-handed backhand's results were far above average. He had the double advantage with these shots to make more points & less errors than his rivals. However, we can say that Alberto Mancini was a slow Puncher because the longer the rallies went the more effective he became with the forehand and the backhand. Nowadays, Punchers are much more effective in the long rallies than the long ones.
Puncher / High
Alberto Mancini was strongly dominated by his rivals with the volley (4 times less points on average) but it didn't mean that he was bad at the net. In his time, there were much more offensive player than now and that explains this kind of results. However, 13% of his total points were won at the net (in the average) and his favorite way to come in was the baseline approach.
Offensive / Medium
Playing with topspin on both side, Alberto Mancini can't be regarded as a Tempo player at all. Tempo players play close to the baseline and take the ball on the rise and this wasn't his case.
Tempo / Low
Alberto Mancini was a Puncher/Retriever which means that he puts pressure with the topspin forehand & backhand and collects either points or errors from the rivals. In total, 51% of his points were won by the mistakes of his opponents and this result is above average
Retriever / High
Albert Mancini could fire an ace from time to time but on average he was strongly dominated by his rivals with this shot. He made 2 times less points s with the Serve than his opponents and when his first serve was in only 16% of the time it was unreturned (far below average).