Originally Posted by lizabeth..*
*coughs* You didn't happen to see Verdasco v Canas did you?!!!
I saw parts of it.
The end of the first set and the 2nd set from 1-4.
Good match. Verdasco has a great lefty forehand and dominated from the baseline, although he made a lot of stupid errors as well.
Canas of course with great defense, getting EVERYTHING back.
In the first set tie-break Canas had some trouble with the umpire which cost him the set.
In the 2nd he was leading 4-1 but gave the break back. He got into the tie-break where he was leading and had set-points, but here Verdasco's more aggressive play decided the match as he still went for winners and had success with it.
Canas was pretty pissed after the match.