Don´t think it was a fix either, it´s true market was a bit weird, but price didn´t collapse at any time from what I saw as it normally does in most fixes. Korolev was in his usual donkey mode in that match, and Dodig wanted it more
True. I was at the match, and Dodig was just fighting more for every point. Korolev was just his usual self, going for too much at the wrong moments. He has better strokes than Dodig (except serve), but he made too many UE.