Originally Posted by higherlaw
Normally I would say
about Arnaud losing, but I won't this time. I kept one eye on the live scoring and he really put in a good effort for a first match back after an injury. He was down 0-4 in the first set, but lost it 4-6. Most games in the second set went to deuce. And, I can still say another thing I normally do...well, at least he has doubles.
Sorry that you missed it Via.
i suppose i should feel slightly better reading your report... but then it's a masters tournament after all, not something that one in his right mind should easily give up on!
i wouldn't have followed the match anyway
(no tv broadcast)
Originally Posted by Hangdog
Now let's see if any of them will show up at Sunrise Challenger... Somehow I doubt it.
Interesting that according to the scoreboard Seb's match was going in the same manner and was finished with a similar score.
Well, as for the doubles, maybe they should enjoy "a dinner of the losers" again
Looks like they play their first round tomorrow, and as I remember they met Sa and the other guy in the end of the last year in Stockholm and gained a victory that time.
yes, but melo and sa are a good experienced pair, and arnaud/mika don't have so much of a surface advantage here (though i'm the first to admit, i don't know what their opponents' favourite surface is... though IW is likely to be a fair surface for all)