Originally Posted by philosophicalarf
Saw Ferrero in the first set, was playing like a total mug. Did he get any better?
both guys were up and down like yo-yos in terms of form.
it was not a high quality match on the whole, though there were entertaining exchanges.
Juanqui - if he'd not blown that third set tiebreak, this would have been a very different result. He had plenty of chances in this match, up a break in the final set, and then lost 6 straight games.