Originally Posted by scoobs
That was just an outrageously good match from Kei. It was clicking in all departments and in that third set he just wore the resistance of Milos down. In the end, Milos rather gave it away as he got sloppy.
First Japanese winner of the Tokyo title and they are ecstatic.
Kei returned better than Murray. I suspect Milos felt more and more pressure on his serves, as even good first serves were sent back. Milos didn't play that badly at all, but Kei was incredible.