Originally Posted by Sjengster
Not a huge surprise though Layla, same thing happened at the US Open. It certainly is a surprise if Ferrero was playing as badly as you say he was against Nalbandian, but hey... either the rhythm of Agassi suits him (Andre not as fast or as good in defence as Dave), or else he's realised how much he wants the top spot. The fact that it's being played in cooler conditions at night might help him too...
He was, believe me he was. He even said it himself in the post-match interview. He said he hadn't played like that all year. His assessment was the same as mine then.
Have you noticed that all the day matches were pretty awful, ranging from the excruciatingly boring to the mildly interesting, whereas the night matches have been great so far.