Originally Posted by Sjengster
No thread? Not the biggest names, but certainly a notable scoreline. Is this the start of something big for Saretta, after his opening round win over Safin in Hamburg?
I don't know if it is, but I perceive that he certainly changed his mental attitude on court in comparison to previous years. I've seen him give up on a few matches in the past when he started facing the first troubles, but apparently his new coach Jaime Oncins started working on that aspect. It's the first time he wins a match coming back from two sets behind.
He still lacks consistency though, and I don't see him getting past Davydenko in the next round.