Originally Posted by Dessislava
Oh,that is Hewitt,I'm sorry. What a strange name
If someone defeats Roger before facing Hewitt , Lleyton could win Aus open perfectly . But if Lleyton has to face Federer, his chances are poor because of the aussie's playstyle is hardly harmful to Roger on hard courts since Lleyton isn't a player who cleans lines but plays deep shots without risking too much , so as one of the best Federer's skills is his footwork/mobility on the court , Roger is able to take the point initiative away from Lleyton without a lot of problems and to begin to dictate the point with his groundstrokes .
Although Lleyton is a hell of a player , unluckily for him , his playstyle suits Roger perfectly and in my opinon a hard-hitting player have more chances to beat Roger on hard although surely that hard-hitting is a worse player and less solid than Hewitt .