I've watched Karlovic play Hewitt yesterday and Tojo today, and I watch it with horror.
Grass tennis is already my least favourite thing when it comes to tennis but some guys are really great to watch on this surface: Federer, Henman, Hewitt, Rochus, Malisse (in a good day). Why? Because with them, you get some variation. OK, there will be some games with only serves but there will be some nice volleys, passing shots, lobs. In other words: EXCHANGES.
Almost nothing of that with Karlovic. One-way traffic.
I'm starting to get worried because... who on earth can break this guy? Someone must do it or otherwise, this guy is going to win Wimbledon, it's as simple as that.
Hope three winning sets might already make a difference.
Federer: Lord of the Strings (quote borrowed from another MTF-poster)
Safin: His Royal Dork-ness
Hewitt: Mowing a lawn near you
Kuerten: tennis in the shape of a heart
Ollie Rochus: the lil'man that broke Karlovic