Re: Will James Blake Bounce Back in Miami?
anyone ever had the idea that maybe, just maybe he's been playing better last year than he's actually able to do on a "normal" day? he's a little overhyped, if you ask me. he has never been as strong as those top 5 guys and he's therefor never really deserved to be up there with the best. he's a solid top10-20 guy, but top 5, winning masters and advancing to gs semis? no way. i mean, let's face it: his backhand is still unstable and if blake doesn't get his forehand right (which he currently apparently doesn't), he'll probably have problems defeating solid top 30 guys.