Definition of "baseliner" []

  • A player who plays from the baseline, seldom moving to the net. (noun)

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Use "baseliner" in a sentence
  • "The seemingly ageless marathon man had more energy than a buffer, younger mirror image of himself in baseliner Robby Ginepri to win a third straight five-setter at the U.S."
  • "Defying age and heat, marathon man Andre Agassi outlasted a buffer, younger mirror image of himself in baseliner Robby Ginepri to win a third straight five-setter at the U.S."
  • "In the early days of his career, the German was known as a baseliner while two German stars of the time, Michael Stich and Boris Becker, were inveterate net players."