Originally Posted by JurajCrane
Well, I watched that match and it was decided in 3rd set TB, first two sets was Klizan better player, but was bit of unlucky at the end of 2nd set (had some chances at 4-4, didn´t convert and lost 4-6). That´s why H2H factor is useless. I mean, not if someone leads 11-0 or 14-1, but when someone leads lets say 9-5 or 15-10 it could make some illusions
Not speaking about 1-0.
I still think it might help
I play FITD a lot, and if there is a match where the 2 players are very close (like in this case) and 1 player has a 1-0 H2H then I would go with the player with the favorable H2H just because there isn't much else to base it on