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Old 11-13-2012, 01:32 PM   #23
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Default Re: 2012 Match Of The Year

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Originally Posted by Certinfy View Post
US Open Final. Obviously not because of the quality though.

Realistically though first 2 sets of Berdych vs Nadal at the Australian Open was probably the best 2 sets I saw this whole year. Best 2 sets on clay would also have to be their match in Rome. Not even biased here because Tomas didn't even win both matches or even push either to a final set.
True especially in that AO match. Tomas was hitting 549786878 winners just to win a point vs Nadal that day. The AO surface is awfully slow. It was a bit painful to watch Tomas's bullets get back again and again but Tomas played his best in the 1st 2 sets so we can't blame him. If the surface was a bit faster, the result could have been different. It was a great match anyway.
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When it comes to backhand slices, Bernard Tomic is your man. This is the kinda guy who can slice bread with a tennis racquet and leave it in an edible state. Bernard's slice backhand isn't just a groundstroke; it's a complete overhaul of the very fundamentals and mechanics that build tennis. You thought Nadal could get high RPM? This thing has so much slice you'd swear you're playing in hurricane. Bernard's slice is the most lethal shot in sport. It'll hit you like a spiked drink in a Brisbane nightclub.
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