I felt good about it up until 5-4 in the first, when the old Lopez reared its ugly head and he got broken back. But he fought hard to win the tie-break. And after that, he started playing much better. He hit some great backhands in there. And that forehand he ripped at 4-1 was ridiculous
Third straight QF in a row for Lopez. That's amazing. Has he ever
done that before?
Sucks that he has to play Roger now. But no one expects him to win, and he most likely won't, so hopefully he can play some great tennis like he did for about the first two sets at the US Open.