Originally Posted by 2Tough4Men
i just don't think it's like that. It's not a question of not playing well in the match, it's a question of being unable to compete with the guy. Of course you look bad when someone's destroying you, but it's because of them, not folly on your part.
Yes, there were many points where simply nothing could be done, but I'm talking about all of those points where there were windows of opportunity, or the option to change things up, and yet he tried to stick to his routine, which Federer eats up
And if your sending down doublefaults on consecutive break points, as Lleyton did not only in this final, but his qf at Wimbledon, something about the guy must be getting into his head