a playing style in a sentence
1. They met 22 times on the tour level with Agassi leading 15–7. Chang, unlike most of Agassi's big rivals, had a playing style similar to his.
2. Agassi, considered a baseliner with a playing style not suiting grass, shocked Becker, a three-time champion, in a five-set quarterfinal at Wimbledon in 1992 on his way to his first Grand Slam title.
3. Wenger on Bergkamp Bergkamp was schooled in Total Football, a playing style and philosophy which relied on versatility.
4. Simulationism is a playing style recreating, or inspired by, a genre or source.
5. Greatly influenced by basketball and notably the Harlem Globetrotters she invented a playing style aimed at the audience rather than the opposing team.
6. These ideas evolved into "push-and-run", a playing style unlike anything previously attempted in British football, based around quick passing.
7. His penchant for ongoing experimentation helped produce a playing style unique among rock musicians, while the group as a whole took a position as a leading progressive rock band.
8. Fingerpicking (also called thumb picking, alternating bass, or pattern picking) is both a playing style and a genre of music.
9. Despite using an engine made for shooting, the interface lends itself well to a playing style consisting of running, jumping, and hacking at opponents.
10. He had a playing style and physique similar to that of the modern-day linebacker.
11. The players in the Rucker Tournament featured slam dunks, crossover dribbles, and bravado that excited the crowd, a playing style then foreign to the National Basketball Association (NBA).
12. Performing on the tenor and baritone saxophone, often with electronics and loops, he is a pioneer in a playing style that has been called saxophonics.
13. Over the next six months, Klinsmann assessed the team, identifying a playing style, and recommended a candidate for the director of soccer position.
14. City vice-chairman and son of owner Assem Allam, Ehab Allam said of McCann’s appointment, "Grant has been a standout candidate with a playing style and philosophy aligned to that of the Club.
15. This allows the player freedom in choosing a playing style that suits them throughout much of the game.
16. He was a fullback with a playing style based on strength but also on fair play.
17. The stadium had deep outfield walls and artificial turf, and gave future young stars the opportunity to build a playing style involving aggressive baserunning and good defense.
18. Johnson was well known for a playing style described as "dum chuck" combining elements of American Western swing and jazz with traditional Shetland fiddling music.
19. Duque-Mariño has a playing style similar to Gabriela Sabatini.
20. The French Flute School, as practiced by pupils of Claude-Paul Taffanel at the Paris Conservatoire, employed a playing style featuring a light tone and vibrato.
21. Due to playing his most remarkable games through the ages of 26–33, and with the addition of a playing style that is generally labeled as "selfish", he has been called up to national squad only for 6 times.
22. Sockeye is known for a playing style that emphasizes quick disc movement, creative breaks, use of the breakside, and the use of small spaces.
23. Moeller based his lessons and instruction around a playing style used by drummers who had served in the American Civil War.
24. Rodríguez has a playing style that is decidedly centered around teamwork, something that made him a better fit for European teams.
25. Arguably the best forehand attacker in table tennis history, Ma has a playing style conforming to the modern strategy of close-range third-ball play.
26. Wenger was inspired by Borussia Mönchengladbach as a child and was later influenced by Total Football, a playing style developed by Rinus Michels at Ajax in the 1970s.
27. He was inspired by Ajax Amsterdam as a youth and was later influenced by Total Football, a playing style developed by Rinus Michels at Ajax in the 1970s.
28. The "Fifty-One Percent Doctrine” was a playing style invented and popularised by Ogimura.
29. She has a playing style called "jazzy" and a voice described variously as "lived-in", "soulful", and "husky."
30. Following that, in 1938, Guy succeeded Dizzy Gillespie in Teddy Hill's orchestra, and patterned a playing style that emulated his musical role model, Roy Eldridge.
- the baseline
- their meetings
- long and entertaining rallies
- the prodigies
- the next great generation
- American tennis players
- foreign descent
- the first four matches
- a straight-set victory
- the 1988 US Open
- their best match
- high-quality shot-making
- the momentum
- a five-set victory
- the toughest contest
- his first US Open title
- Their next two Grand Slam meetings
- easy straight-set victories
- both the Australian Open
- the matches
- their matches
- the last being
- his prime
- their first three matches
- their last 11 matches
- Indian Wells
- Their most notable match
- the 1989 Davis Cup semi-final match
- a baseliner
- a three-time champion
- his first Grand Slam title
- The intensity
- two breaks
- a highly anticipated rematch
- four tight sets
- Their final match
- memorable encounters
- the players' contrasting styles
- traditional serve-&-volley methods
- Agassi's variety