Thanks! Did Lleyton move well and try to play aggressive (not ripping winners, but playing smart and looking to dictate) or was it just a case of putting the ball in and letting the occassion get to the opponent? Sounds like he served well anyway.
He did in the first two sets but yeah, it was easier for him to do it then when Zhang was giving him junk. His movement seemed to be fine, well as good as it could possibly be I guess.
You've probably seen enough Hewitt matches to play out the third set in your mind
Hewitt goes away from the style of play that got him in front in the first place and begins to wait for the opponents mistake. Against a more seasoned player it probably would have gone 4/5.