Amazing sportsmanship from Hewitt in the second set when he was leading 6-2, 5-4 40-15. Petzschner seemingly play's the ball long, Linesman calls out - match over, Petzchner comes to the net to shake Hewitt's hand, Hewitt starts to walk towards the net but wants another look at the line. Hewitt calls umpire over and insists that Petzchner be awarded the point as he thinks it touched. Dazed looks from Petzchner and umpire as Hewitt concedes the point. Petzchner breaks back to make it 5-all and eventually takes the set in a tie-break. Lucky escape in the end.
WOW. But not surprising as Lleyton would rather lose the match than receiving a point he does not deserve.
Federer: Lord of the Strings (quote borrowed from another MTF-poster)
Safin: His Royal Dork-ness
Hewitt: Mowing a lawn near you
Kuerten: tennis in the shape of a heart
Ollie Rochus: the lil'man that broke Karlovic