Your optimism is scaring me.
How old are you, son ? He is young gun, some people like him and you are becoming his hater already. Get rid of it
And to the match : Well, after winning 1st set 6-1 with such a strong display on serve, you wouldn´t expect him to lose second 0-6.
Key was a breakpoint in first game second set, which Klizan didn´t took and Marin started himself up.
Almost every game in 2nd set was 30-30 with Cilic winning all those important points.
I was hoping that Klizan could serve first in 3rd, but once he got bagelled and Cilic served first in 3rd, I knew it was almost over.
Klizan eventually broke back to 1-2 and serve, but failed to hold and the rest is known.
What is interesting in their matchup : They have played 8 sets together. Every set was won by a player, who served first. I know it is not big deal, but sure it can play a role.
Cilic was serving first in all three sets at USO (broke Klizan at 6-5 and 5-4) and also in Shanghai (at 6-5).
So I somehow knew when Cilic was serving first in 3rd set, he would profit from it.