Golden opportunity missed for Sam here. Really thought he would take this one.
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+ any five set win for Todd Martin
WARNING: This signature may contain extreme traces of bullying and glory hunting TOMMY HASS 0 slams () and 0 finals 0 consecutive weeks at world no. 1 0 consecutive Laureus World Sports Awards 0 times qualified for YEC 3-13 H2H against Rogi Featherer 0-5 H2H against Rafito Nadal
Career low ranking: 1,241 (26.06.1995) 0 fake mullets flaunted in Roland Garros finals. 0 double bagels consumed against Raonic on grass 1 first name in common with Tommy Robredo
YES!!! First set was a bit of a worry, but it was all smooth sailing from there Even better because it doesn't seem as if his injury was worrying him, and thats the main thing.
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Nice win for JCF. I thought Querrey might take a set and it happened to be the opener. Ferrero wasn't at his best but still played reasonably well. Querrey isn't nearly seasoned enough on the surface yet to have been considered a real threat in this one and so it proved.
Watch his progress over the next couple of years, though he could turn into a fine grasscourter as he has some big weapons. One for the future maybe?
Last edited by Becker's Volleys; 06-23-2008 at 03:08 PM.
I think the first set he was kind of just testing out the leg, seeing how much movement he could have and then the next three sets was more comfortable with his leg and therefore had no real problems with Querrey