damn, I've faken a closer look at Tommy's next opponent and it could be Canas again.
I don't like that, Canas is like a wall and his game was poison for Haas in Vienna
This time, Tommy badly needs to change something and bring variation into his game. Sure, Tommy's powerful games hitting through the ball on forehand and backhand is good enough to beat many players, but against Canas in Vienna it didn't work at all because he gave Canas a too good rhythm to retrieve everything and always the same shots.
While I was wathing the López vs Canas final a few days later, I actually thought that it wasn't even such a bid disadvantage for Lopez that his backhand is quite week and that he mostly only slices it back because it was something different for Canas and not always the same shots and the same speed.