Originally Posted by Puschkin
It can't have been bad, according to this comment.
I only saw the first three games, when Richard was solid and Verdasco's UEs outnumbered his winners.
Even against Hewitt, he hit his forehand decent, especially in second and third sets.. although in second set he served horrible that's why he lost it.
It is a very good win against even horrible Verdasco.. Richard just struggled with him so much on hardcourts last few times.