Good job, Rogelio!
Still - as I always have my critical remarks for any
of my favourites (and Rogi is no exception to that rule
) - he came across as unconcentrated at times, being rather 'vocal' as well. Absolutely brilliant moments exchanged by sloppy UE's (backhand shots against - or rather, behind
- the line), slight signs of irritation here and there...
That said, he played a lot better in the third set as compared to the first two.
IMHO, he's rightfully not completely happy with his game yet. Of course Bjorkman isn't a serious contender he'd have to fear in any way, but Rogi will have to do better to eventually win the AO, I think (especially after I witnessed Rafa's perfomance yesterday, which was pretty good IMHO!
Well, next is Teh Joke
- pardon me, Djokovic - and I guess that will be Rogi's first real
challenge for this AO. Let's just see what happens!