That 3rd set had nothing to do with Murray. Usually after Djokovic loses a tiebreak (or a tight set), he has a tendency to go for broke. Here are some perfect examples from last year:
Australian Open: Lost second set tiebreak to Dodig. Next set: 6-0 to Djokovic
Dubai: Lost first set tiebreak to Berdych. Next set: 6-2 to Djokovic
U.S. Open: lost second set tiebreak to Tipsarevic. Next set: 6-0 to Djokovic
U.S. Open: lost 3rd set tiebreak to Nadal. Next set: 6-1 to Djokovic
The 6-1 set with Murray was NID
Great post MIMIC, I was wondering the same because he seem's to come storming back each time a set seems to get a away from him. Sign of a champion - has to be said.
Originally Posted by Deathless Mortal
Only the 5th set can be called a good quality set, and even that might be under impression thinking because of the drama there.
That is a fucking ridiculous statement. I'm guessing there's no bias for or against a player here, no?