Yes but Delpo was tired, tanking or injured, don´t remember but i watched that match and was like OMG what is Delpo doing loosing to Tsonga on clay... so if we want to go for ,,real,, top 10 victory don´t know which was last one, maybe WTF 2011? 1 year ago?
We should be appreciative of Federer though, because we will never see anything like him again. The fact he can still compete for slams ever after the erosion of his physical skills is really a greater testament to the natural talent he has than the period of time when he was dominating the tour.
Berdych was good, but if Murray couldn't beat Nole, I don't think Berdy can, unless Nole purposely tanks. Berdy should probably pull out and and get to Spain early and let Gasquet have a go.
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John McEnroe called it, predicting that FO loss would quite possibly be a season-imploding blow.
THat's idiotic. He made the Wimbledon semis, Olympics quarters in singles and won a silver medal in doubles. I don't know if the tactic of having him play longer points is that great an idea. Just not in his nature.
The foaming-at-the-mouth blind fanboyism and double standards of these posts (F. mates) is so overwhelming that it strikes me as a self-parody.
"Tough match?" World #3 Federer's ("greatest player to have ever played the game," you just said before rushing off the bathroom to change your underwear) H2H against World #58 Seppi is 6-0.
If it wasn't tough, Federer's victory would not be as glorious and godlike! Naturally, if Seppi and Isner were in Nadal's side of the draw, any victory that he managed to scrape out against these Tough Titans of Tennis would be pure luck!