^That doesn't really tell me a lot, as Malisse has been a disaster recently, and he's hardly moving.
I didn't post the video because I thought it would open the heavens and give you the answer of who will win (Ginepri or Harrison)
but I posted it because I thought it might help you see how Ginepri has played recently, since you had not seen him in awhile. But instead of thanking me for trying to help you become more knowledgeable, you make some quick snotty remark suggesting that you need a whole heck of a lot more than what you were given. Sorry for trying to help...
you responded 5 minutes after I posted a 13-minute video
knowing this, I'm not sure I would even trust your assessments in the first place. Most intellectually honest people would at least watch the majority of something before they commented on what it contained. I watched the match in its entirety, and Malisse's problem was not his movement, it was his poor serving (which doesn't affect how Ginepri plays points, btw) and his uncontrolled forehand. Your comment is a perfect reminder of all the posters on MTF over the years who not only comment on matches they've never watched, but think that an assessment of one player is rendered useless if his opponent isn't playing his best, which is false. It may not be a good indicator of how that player will do against a superior opponent, but one should always be able to make assessments of a player's game and how they play points regardless of who they are playing.