"People say, 'Oh, you play very defensively. You didn't hit the ball particularly hard all the time. You lose a lot of the matches by letting guys sort of dictate the points. But there's more than one way of dictating points. It's not just going for big, booming serves all the time and huge forehands. If you change the pace with the ball a lot, and mix it up. I'm playing the match how I want it to go.
If I started trading big ground strokes with someone like Federer, I think he likes that. I haven't done it against him, and I don't do it against many people. That's my game style. Very rarely do I lose matches having let the other guy play his natural game."
-- Andy Murray, on his defensive style of play. And I'm sure he meant "Brad Gilbert" when he said "People".