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Gonzo hit more winners, less unforced errors, more aces...

and still lost?
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Re: Gonzo hit more winners, less unforced errors, more aces...

well He won two sets and his rival 3 therefore Tipsarevic won
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Re: Gonzo hit more winners, less unforced errors, more aces...

It's called a choke.
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Re: Gonzo hit more winners, less unforced errors, more aces...

Janko was better!

He deserved to win!

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Re: Gonzo hit more winners, less unforced errors, more aces...

He did not win the big points in the end. It was really close, so this is tough for him. He played pretty well and so did janko.
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Re: Gonzo hit more winners, less unforced errors, more aces...

Tennis is NOT about winning more points, but about winning IMPORTANT points. You can have something like 76 06 76 06 64 - winning EIGHT GAMES LESS than your opponent, making JUST ONE BREAK in the 5th as opposed to SIX BREAKS by your opponent - and still win the match.
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Tennis is NOT about winning more points, but about winning IMPORTANT points. You can have something like 76 06 76 06 64 - winning EIGHT GAMES LESS than your opponent - and still win the match.
true... gonzo just didn't win the important points... too bad
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Janko played great, Gonzo played well. It was a really good match

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Yes because he lost the bigger points.
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Tennis is NOT about winning more points, but about winning IMPORTANT points. You can have something like 76 06 76 06 64 - winning EIGHT GAMES LESS than your opponent - and still win the match.
Hell, Hernych/Gicquel is a REAL example of somethign like this.

Hernych wins 0-6, 6-4, 6-4, 6-4.

Games: Hernych 18, Gicquel 18
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Theres no stat for number of shit backhand slices on match point.

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Tipsy won more sets.

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Theres no stat for number of shit backhand slices on match point.

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Theres no stat for number of shit backhand slices on match point.


Very good.
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Yes because he lost the bigger points.
I can think of one or two. Oh and, of course, his match point.

It's all about consistancy, or winning the important points. Flashes of brilliance aren't enough.
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