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he dropped the 2nd set 3-6 and picked up the 3rd 6-1

magnificent serving for a majority of that third set, 92% up until 4-0
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if he could only sustain his level of play...sigh
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typical kohli match hey?

6-4, 3-6, 6-1, 1-6 the score
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he's been broken

down 1-2 in the 5th
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kohli down and out

6-4, 3-6, 6-1, 1-6, 3-6
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whhyyy kohli?! ugh the man is such a mental midget.
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I wouldn't call him a mental midget. He still hasn't lost a match since getting to match point. That means he doesn't have problem closing matches. It's his concentration. He seems to only be able to play one good set in a match.
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I wouldn't call him a mental midget. He still hasn't lost a match since getting to match point. That means he doesn't have problem closing matches. It's his concentration. He seems to only be able to play one good set in a match.
Of course he has done that already.
Indian Wells 2010 he had 3 MPs against Djokovic but couldn´t convert.

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oops...didn't know about that game. That might be the first match and I hope it would be the last.

but my idea of an mental midget is someone that gets nervous in tight situations. I don't think he has that problem (regularly). It seems to me that he can't sustain his quality of play like he zones out after one great set.
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so you mean he's streaky? he's not inconsistent because he can get the same resuts regularly, streaky means that he can play good and bad in the same match
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yeap.

the only match that I have seen him played amazing from start to finish was the one against roddick in AO 2008. I didn't watch the match against Davydenko and Verdasco in the davis cup, but his other big wins against djokovic in the french and murray in monte carlo, i thought it was more of them not playing well rather than Kohlschreiber playing consistently at his highest level.
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