Yes, he is actually. I ended up losing 0-6, 0-6. I had nothing left in my legs after the 3 hours epic first round match while Mejia had a bye. This is very similar to the North Miami Opens where I won an epic match in the first round before having nothing left in the 2nd match.
First set, first game, I served, won the first point, 15-0. Then, DF, I could not push off with my legs. 15-15. Next point, good rally, 30-15. Next point, another DF, nothing in the legs, 30-30. He ends up breaking me. In the first set, I was to 30 or at least one deuce in every single game, even his serve games. I was a step slow, and my changing directions was very poor. I could not do the quick movements needed to adjust to the shots.
The 2nd set I was toast. I could not push off at all, and after he broke me in the opening game, I thought to retire, but I played it out. At the handshake, I told him I had nothing left after the first round, and he said: "Yeah, they were telling me! You were done, man". Lol, even he knew it.
Why is your fitness so awful? How will you ever climb the rankings if you can't go 3 sets without being utterly impotent in the next round?