I don't know if you know, but streaming of Barcelona starts on Thursday on TennisTV.
Thanks for that report Heretic, and it looks like mostly everyone that watched it on GM agreed with that assessment as well. It's interesting - I don't really think of Kunitsyn as being a big hitter. More of an accurate hitter and he can change directions well also. I would have been curious as to how that performance compared to some of the other matches I've seen him play, for example against Safin in Moscow (where he picked up the title).
Yes, I saw that streaming starts at Thursday. For tomorrow however even if Nalbandian was on main court(he is not as I thought he won't be) we would have not being able to watch him cause TV coverage starts after 14:00 this days.
For Moscow comparison - quite different, that match was much more interesting( at least to me), players were employing different strategies, trying different shots and pace and have ups and downs through the match with different player dominating the points at patches. This one was almost pure ball-bashing, Kunytsyn was the one dictating the rallies (although there was a small period where JCF tried that too with some succes with his FH). And he did changed directions successfully and quite often. Tactically and mentally that match was better from him, in this one it was obvious that he is having one of those days where you just can't miss anything, every ball was harder and faster than previous but everything just went in.