Good result but I would like to see more on the forehand. Obviously this wasn't a big challenge but he served well, volleyed well, moved well, and hit some good backhands.He has a chance to win his section of the draw.
Originally Posted by NYCtennisfan
You cannot be great without having haters. It's a fact of life.
I guess Roddick must be the greatest player to ever play the game.
He played well and he looked like the old confident A-Rod, but i agree, Serra did help him a lot. I'm looking forward to seeing how he reacts to being under pressure..down a break with someone banging in good groundshots and rushing into the net. I have a feeling he could panic, get a bit negative and return to his recent shakey ways.
I hope he proves me wrong as i would love him to have a good tournament, but still not convinced he's a potential finalist as many are suggesting.