He plays too aggressive at times. His tactic to get out of mental lapses is push, push and more push. Not wise on his behalf, especially in critical matches like this.
Tomic [tom-ic] [tom-ic-ing] verb
1. apply yourself for a small period of time before giving up. (I am tomicing this match). noun
2. play exceedingly well for a month and then give fallacious promises to the world. (He performed a Tomic)
Tsonga's a worthless strategist. In the two games he's won to love, he's gone full out aggressive tennis.
Yet, he keeps coming up with these useless pushing and drop shots during rallies that he always ends up losing.
And Petchey's an idiot too, saying the Tsonga should play more carefully. No, he should just focus and really pull the trigger when he's supposed to.
"Certainly the most talented individual, the most well-rounded player ever... to play this game." - Jason Goodall
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.