If he wins the title, he'll pass Roger Federer in the race . Pretty good for a newcomer, that for the most part of people saw him came from out of nowhere to getting in two consecutive finals. Keep it up , kid.
Really looked solid in the third, it's been his style, but just no panic or letdown after losing the second, yet again.
He's now the most accomplished singles player in Canadian history; he has the highest ranking ever achieved by a Canadian, and the best GS performance.
Man, that's crazy when you think guys like Lareau fought so hard during all their career to achieve these kind of results/ranking but never did, and then Milos did it all in 4 months and 9 ATP tournaments.
I hope he plays Roddick. That way I won't mind if either win, but I'm obviously rooting for Milos so he can continue this epic streak.
I also think his game matches up better with Roddick. Roddick is at his most vulnerable when someone can match his serving performance (like Isner at the USO) and Milos clearly can. Roddick's whole game is that it's intimidating because the pressure is on to always hold serve because he holds so easily.
I like Del Po too but with every match he wins, he's getting exponentially closer to his old form. When he's at that, he's almost unbeatable on hard courts.
Hope Milos can beat Roddick. Two titles in as many weeks for someone of Milos' experience would be nothing short of incredible, and he would've beat three top 10 players (Verdasco x2 + Roddick) to get them.
__________________ After Australian Open 2014, done with this sport, done with my flop faves. Guys, enjoy your Rafole domination and your talented mental midgets .
Too bad Milos didn't take advantage of those early BP chances. Draw for Acapulco is out, he'll play Berlocq first round. I'd expect him to lose, given his lack of clay experience, but it's not a bad draw.