Well, it is Kunitsyn instead of JCF. I'll just quote what I wrote in GM.
Originally Posted by HeretiC
Geez, Igor was really trying to kill every ball hitting them as hard as he could and the funny thing is almost all of them went in the right spot. JCF clearly has some motivation issues, at some points he did not even bother to run to a reachable short balls just a couple of meters away. He went ahead 3-0 in the second set with himself hitting some hard and heavy FHs, but Kunitsyn kept swinging with his racket and got the next 5 games. Of course his hands got wooden when he was serving for the match and he got broken, but he played the TB as he did the rest of the match not giving Ferrero a single chance to do something. If he continues in the same rhythm as today and his aim remains intact he will beat Nalbandian too.