Originally Posted by ANT0N!0
He also played the doubles match in the tie v/s Peru (February) this year. I saw that match and I must say he played very well, I was surprised by the way he was playing. He just seemed a little bit slow at the net, but that's understandable... Unfortunately (for me..) my country lost that rubber in 5 sets, so yeah..Guga played great tennis that time and let's hope he does against Sweden too.
Very well? No no no.
When you need 5 sets to win against Horna (far from a good volleyer) and Miranda (a joke), it means something and that's not: "you're playing well".