Originally Posted by GeorgeWHitler
Chela hasn't been in great form at all, and if the weather is crap it helps the Toad especially if it's indoors.
Given if the conditions are normal then Chela should win, but the toad beat him on clay once though it was in Båstad where he plays well.
Seppi isn't that bad, but that shows how woeful he was that Schüttler got that close.
I know Seppi isn't too bad on the dirt, but I wasnt impressed when he lost last week after gaining the upper hand, and yesterday he served for the match in the 2nd set, before choking and strugging a lot in the 3rd. Schuettler had BP's at 4-4, but couldn't convert.
Canas is a solid top 20 player, it takes someone of note to knock him off generally.