Originally Posted by Mountaindewslave
the outcome was never in doubt? are you insane or stupid or just didn't watch the match? Harrison definitely was the one pushing the issue, hitting a bigger and better ball but his temper and poor attitude ruined his chances at the start of the third set, that and some unlikely net chords.
Simon got pretty lucky and the 'breadstick' included a ton of extremely tough fought games. Harrison looked really good at some points in this match, has much more potential than Simon ever did.
I saw the match from start to finish. Harrison bottled the big points, crashed in the TB, had crybaby hissy fits, and didn't have a chance against Simon in the rallies. It only went to a third set because Simon's form dipped. In my opinion, Simon was never in danger of losing it.
And I don't care about Harrison allegedly having more potential than Simon ever had. It's easy to be hyped up as the next big thing when you're the only young American who isn't playing like shit.