For a young player, Kei used to be very good at closing out a match. Remember, at the Delray Beach final two years ago, he served out to love when serving for the match.
Maybe he had no fear back then, being so young and with nothing to lose...
Sure even top players sometimes get broken when serving for a match; they get tight and the opponent resists strongly so it's always difficult. That's why being up two breaks can always be useful and I'm glad that was the case today.
I think his Q3 opponent will be Kunitsyn. Should be a tough one but I hope Kei will win and make MD!