Location: Sleeping in the house of my latest jumpoff.
Roland Garros R1: Ungur def. Nalbandian 6-3 5-7 6-4 7-5
One of these matches you see where the scoreline doesn't tell the story. Ungur totally outplayed Nalbandian from the baseline and was the more consistent player as well. David was 1/11 on BPs. But Ungur deserves credit here. Good serving and some awesome backhand winners. Dictated play pretty much throughout, made David move, and David just made too many bad errors, and didn't return consistently well.
I kept saying, Ungur can beat Nalbandian, why are you writing Nalbandian in R2? This isn't 2007 Nalbandian. He was outplayed. Ungur is a better shotmaker than Nalbandian is, anyway, at this point in their careers on this surface.