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Miami R2: Falla def. Verdasco 6-3 7-6(6)

Trollish TB. Fiasco won the first five points, Falla took the next six.

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Mugdasco. What a shit player.

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Such a great match. Should have been bests of 9. Though Verdasco would have choked the first 5 sets in that case

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Re: Miami R2: Falla def. Verdasco 6-3 7-6(6)

Verdasco getting a night match on center court.
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Re: Miami R2: Falla def. Verdasco 6-3 7-6(6)

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Trollish TB. Fiasco won the first five points, Falla took the next six.
But the vast majority of those points were well played. Very enjoyable match overall.

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Re: Miami R2: Falla def. Verdasco 6-3 7-6(6)



that tiebreak from Verdasco.
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Re: Miami R2: Falla def. Verdasco 6-3 7-6(6)

There's nothing like a Fiasco choke. 5-0 in the tb and loses

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Re: Miami R2: Falla def. Verdasco 6-3 7-6(6)

Verdasco left his mind in 2009.

Simply didn't want it as bad as Falla did.

Some epic clowning, though. 5-0 up in the TB, loses 6 in a row, then hits a FH DTL winner to save MP, then mugs away the 6-7 point with a beyond careless FH that he clearly was looking to shank long.

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Re: Miami R2: Falla def. Verdasco 6-3 7-6(6)

Weird choice for the last match on the stadium

Verdasco was just pathetic in the tie-break
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Verdasco is still so good to watch when he is on, even tonight I enjoyed his attacking game - but the basic errors are killing him. Not sure how committed he is either.
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Verdasco taking the concept of choking to a whole new level again, 5-0 with two serves
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Verdasco is a funny old chap. Never ceases to surprise me with what he is capable of.
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Verdasco left his mind in 2009.
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Re: Miami R2: Falla def. Verdasco 6-3 7-6(6)

This kind of choke is rare even in the WTA
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