Dmitry almost blew it again this week. He was up a break a few times in the second and served for it at 5-4. Then he lead 2-0 in the breaker before losing 7 points in a row. There were no breaks in the third set but Tursunov had 30-15 at 6-5. Dmitry again almost blew a 4-0 and 5-1 tiebreak lead before letting it get back on serve. But he got it done.
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
Dima was break up early in third but got broken back. Lots of interesting matches today, such a shame that we were not able to watch them.
He was serving for the match in the 2nd set, and broke Gasquet's serve at least three times in that set to be immediately broken back It was sure not an easy match to follow, and my nerves are well and truly shattered now
Supporting Djoković, Tipsarević, Soderling, Tursunov, Youzhny, Cilić and quite a few more