Originally Posted by rocketassist
He wanted to win that match BADLY. Give Milos some credit, he was ace.
Idk, I mean he seemed very upset at losing points, but he gave up games pretty easily and distractedly. I don't think he was very focused here. I knew yesterday after the first set against Wawrinka, when ever working well, he just lost focus and really wasn't interested, and through away a break in the second set. He was lucky Wawa wasn't able to take advantage in the third and he was able to get back in the groove.
Here, getting broken by Raonic(someone who breaks as rarely as anyone in the top 30) after being a break up in the third, 2 games away from the finish... that just doesn't scream focus and commitment to me.