We had a similar debate on rgnet, I think Richard regularly serving 130 mph is a myth, but yesterday even 120 was the exception, but maybe he did not force the issue, as he had a huge margin throughout the match. However, he served very well and fast in his unlucky defeat in Eastbourne, so I prefer to think that he justdid what was necessary to get over Bemelmans.
No, it is not a myth. By regularly, I say when he went for it, not on change ups and not a slice serve. I clearly remember a match against Roddick in 07, he was hitting flat serves at high 120s easily.. some even in 130s.. I also clearly remember he was hitting above 130 at times during Murray match in 08 even 133 couple times.. Maybe just radar guns got more accurate? I have also to some of his matches at US Open and saw 125s, 128s on regular basis.. maybe you right and he was not forcing it.. we'll see against Almagro because he will have to be more aggressive.