Originally Posted by djokovicgonzalez
Dimitrov served very well, but other than that, a few great drop shots and little else
yep and a bag of FH winners and a few BH winners, and very few mistakes from that wing...aside these - little else.
..errrm, there IS nothing else, he did it all
it's funny how the semi-haters (not you, i don't think you are one, i think you just misjudged this game by lack of watching those two in the past) sneak around and try to invent stuff like the absolutely ridiculous "he's slow when forced to defend.." and "if this is his best, then he's not going to do much.." just
To dictate a game on fast indoors against the player taking the ball as early as Denko does - you need to be fast and precise.
That's what Dimi was, garnished with an exceptional serving display (against arguably a top 10 best returner ever) and a pinch of fabulous drop shots added to his malicious slicing.
The kind of scorelines Fed was getting in his best years owning Nikolai.
Haters gonna hate, but that's just as expected.
Tomic was bad and rusty and Denko self destructed. OK