Originally Posted by MatejBockoFan
Well the first set against Roddick was a fluke. I saw him in D.C. and it wasn't pretty. I don't know what goes on with him... another headcase.
Definitely a headcase. I saw him the day after he played that great match against Roddick and he was totally downcast and upset looking. He carries his losses with him which is not good.
The first set against Roddick wasn't a fluke, I was there. Roddick was in trouble and looked scared. If Scott had a bit more tour experience, he would have beaten Andy, although the score would have been 7-6,7-6. Scott had a realistic chance of winning that match.