Good news is he's defended most of his points here, and for the rest of the year he has nothing to defend apart from the US Open QF. So hopefully he's picking the right time here to end the slump and start adding some more points.
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is verdasco becoming one of those people that only plays well at the slams?, i mean all of his best results recently have been at slams and he's sucked everywhere else with the one exception being in estoril until the final
We should be appreciative of Federer though, because we will never see anything like him again. The fact he can still compete for slams ever after the erosion of his physical skills is really a greater testament to the natural talent he has than the period of time when he was dominating the tour.
nadal is the worst player ever he was 2 points away from winning he should retire he is ugly and i am going to sleep bye rafael nash!t i hate ur existence
Lucas Pouille - Gilles Simon - Janko Tipsarevic - Stanislas Wawrinka
Brian Baker - Roger Federer - Daniel Evans - Alexandr Dolgopolov - Gilles Simon Richard Berankis - Ernests Gulbis - Mikhail Youzhny - Nicolas Mahut - James Blake - Fabio Fognini - Marcos Baghdatis - Paul-Henri Mathieu - Tommy Robredo - Danai Udomchoke
Arnaud Clement - Xavier Malisse - Fabrice Santoro - Marat Safin - Nicolas Lapentti - Sebastian Grosjean - Andy Roddick - Lleyton Hewitt
is verdasco becoming one of those people that only plays well at the slams?
Certainly he found some decent form at US out of nowhere - in the events before he was losing to everyone, dropped a set to Schwank on hard, only beat Berrer because of a massively comic meltdown, etc etc.
Was meh at the Aus, but seems he had lots of foot problems.
Malisse is a good player overall, in Paris he was twice in the 4th round having beaten Albert Costa for instance. Besides this year in Paris with these hard "babolat" balls the game is quite similar to the one which we see on hardcourts.
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