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its pretty hard too at the moment. he had 3 game points for 5-2 and played a shit tiebreaker after having 2 match points in the previous service game. He had alot of chances to win that match
Ugly loss, but he hasn't played this much tennis since November, he'll get back in a rythm Next ATP tournaments for him, he'll have a chance to prove himself there

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Ugly loss, but he hasn't played this much tennis since November, he'll get back in a rythm Next ATP tournaments for him, he'll have a chance to prove himself there
tis match just reminds me alot oif the melzer match at the USD open in 2010. He had so many chances in that last set to win but didnt take any. I dont think this is about match play because he';s done this constantly and its frustrating to watch
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I dont think this is about match play because he';s done this constantly and its frustrating to watch
Constantly chocking? For me it's very frustrating that he is constantly injured. For example this February he admitted that he was feeling pain all the time since the previous summer but he was still trying to pretend that everything is OK and that he can play, when even his non-profesional fans could see that he was not moving on court as before, he was crouching during the match. In Lithuania we are even joking that he has the same beginning of the story like Brian Baker

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