Miami R2: Kevin Anderson STUNS Novak Djokovic 7-6(1) 3-6 6-4
Here comes the first big surprise. A lousy uncharacteristic TB for Djoker (he won only 1 point), then he got the second and a break 2-0 in third. It looked like a routine job but after that Anderson won the next 4 games. Both IW finalists out in their first match.
Has anyone already seen this guy play?
Anyhow, great stuff from Anderson not to choke it away after wasting the first two match points
Joachim Johansson / Ivo Karlovic / Andy Roddick / Ernests Gulbis / John Isner / Chris Guccione / Feliciano Lopez / Jo-Wilfried Tsonga / Ivan Ljubicic / Mario Ancic / Michael Llodra / Gilles Muller / Xavier Malisse / Max Mirnyi / Nicolas Mahut / Robin Söderling / Frank Dancevic / Olivier Rochus / Robert Kendrick
Miami R2: Anderson def. the army tanker 7-6(1), 3-6, 6-4
Somewhat expected tank from Nole but still, he had 2-0 in the third! Anderson reeled off 4 straight games and the rest is history.
Best Matches of All Time Agassi def. Blake, U.S. Open 2005 | Agassi def. Baghdatis, U.S. Open 2006
Federer def. Sampras, Wimbledon 2001 | Davydenko def. Haas, U.S. Open 2006
Schalken def. Gonzalez, U.S. Open 2002 | Agassi def. Roddick, Cincinnati 2004
Kohlschreiber def. Roddick, Australian Open 2008 | Federer def. Nadal, Wimbledon 2007
Melzer def. Djokovic, Roland Garros 2010 | Sargsian def. Mathieu, U.S. Open 2004
Nalbandian def. Safin, Madrid 2006 | Soderling def. Nadal, Roland Garros 2009
Federer def. Tipsarevic, Australian Open 2008 | Gaudio def. Coria, Roland Garros 2004
Djokovic def. Stepanek, U.S. Open 2007 | Murray def. Gasquet, Wimbledon 2008
+ any five set win for Todd Martin
Nadal is more conservative than Margaret Thatcher.
"I asked a bloke in the front row if he liked the serve-and-volley stuff," said Rafter. "He said he did but asked if he was going to get to see any rallies. 'Not today, mate,' I told him."-Pat Rafter silencing the Nadull fanboys