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Old 08-28-2013, 02:49 PM   #1756
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TEBBUTT: A MATTER OF DISPUTE

Officiating in any sport is an imperfect art, and Vasek Pospisil had an up-close and personal encounter with that reality during the completion of his US Open first-round match on Tuesday.

At 10-all in the fifth set tiebreak, his opponent Rogerio Dutra Silva of Brazil returned a serve and the ball seemed to land long and was called out by the linesperson.

At that point, umpire Mohamed El Jennati of Morocco decided to intervene and over-rule, declaring that the ball had landed good. Pospisil was astounded by El Jennati’s decision.

He vigorously protested but he wasn’t going to get anywhere and resigned himself to replaying the point. After a rally, he missed a forehand just wide and then lost the match on the following point when he popped a backhand volley wide of an open court.

Leaving the court, Pospisil had harsh words for El Jennati as he walked past his chair leaving the court. Asked about the ‘controversy,’ he declared, “there’s no controversy, just a clear mistake by the umpire, a huge mistake. The ball was two or three inches long (see top). I mean there was no doubt about anything. I’m turning and he’s over-ruling and calling it in. Something has to be done about a mistake like that. At 10-all in the fifth set tiebreak, to over-rule on the baseline is absolutely terrible.”

There were lots of side stories to the match, none more important than that Pospisil held seven match points – three when he had Dutra Silva at love-40 when the Brazilian served at 5-6 in the final set, and four more in the ensuing tiebreak.

“It’s a disappointing end for sure,” Pospisil said about the denouement. “I had the match in my hands more than once and let it slip.”

It was a heart-breaker for Pospisil, who was pretty well inconsolable in his post-match media conference. But there definitely were chances on the match points – a poor backhand service return in the net at 9-8 in the tiebreak and a nervy forehand wide at 10-9 were obvious golden opportunities in a match that finally ended 4-6, 3-6, 7-6(9), 6-2, 7-6(10) for the 29-year-old Brazilian qualifier.

Referring back to the over-rule at 10-10, Pospisil said, “I heard the linesperson call the ball out and I would have been shocked if they hadn’t because the ball was clearly out. I was in a state of shock, anger. I’ve never experienced an over-rule like that at such a stage in a match, especially in a Grand Slam. That doesn’t excuse the opportunities I didn’t convert leading up to that point but that would have been another match point – maybe I would have gotten that one.”

Tuesday’s play was a resumption of the match postponed by rain on Monday night with Pospisil (his support group is above) leading two sets to one but trailing 4-0 in the fourth set.

He broke serve to 3-2 in the third set and then held a 4-2 lead and served for the match at 5-4. But by that time he was feeling the effects of a very humid afternoon and evening. “I was tired,” Pospisil admitted on Tuesday about the late-going in the third set. “Yesterday was so humid, I sweated through about eight shirts. I was completely drained and at the end of the third set I stopped serving well.

“I had nothing in my legs and I could feel that my body was going downhill and obviously early in the fourth set that showed and I couldn’t move and I went into full cramps. But I felt better today (Tuesday) for sure. The match just didn’t go my way.

“The cramps started in my legs and they were just going everywhere to my wrist, both legs, both quads, right hamstring – basically I couldn’t move.

“I think it was because I was completely depleted on electrolytes – when I play in humid conditions it’s something that’s always a danger for me. Yesterday was so humid, in the third game of the first set I was sweating all over the court and I was slipping on my own sweat already. That was not a good sign right from the start.

“Maybe I need to find a better solution, find out what I’m losing on the court because physically in hot and dry conditions I feel like I can go seven sets. I don’t feel like it’s a physical issue – it’s obviously something that I’m missing mineral wise.”

It was a missed occasion because Pospisil would have played Rafael Nadal in the second round. In fact, if he had managed to finish off Dutra Silva on Monday, he was definitely slated for a Wednesday night match in Arthur Ashe Stadium against the Spaniard.

“I put a little bit of extra pressure on myself, I wanted to play Rafa in the second round,” he admitted. “That maybe tied my hands a little bit. That’s something you can’t really do – you can’t look forward. You’ve got to go one match at a time. There’s no doubt I didn’t take my chances and I didn’t get lucky either. That’s just the way it goes.”

Asked if he was still diminished on Tuesday after having an ice bath and not leaving the tournament site on Monday night until 1 a.m. on Tuesday, Pospisil said, “I felt like that if I wasn’t struggling physically I would have closed him out in three sets. I think that I was the better player 90 per cent of the time. I definitely gave him an opportunity because he got two quick sets basically for free. Then anything can happen in the fifth set – it’s adrenaline and crowd and he’s playing for his second round showing at the US Open.

“I didn’t go into cramps in the third set – but I was just feeling exhausted and I could just feel I would go into cramps soon. So, I took a long bathroom break. I don’t know if that was the right move or not. I was getting tired and I wasn’t getting up on my serve and I stopped making my serves in the third set.”

I spoke briefly to Dutra Silva and he said about the 10-all in the tiebreak controversy, “actually there was noise from the crowd and I didn’t hear the call from the umpire. But I just play and try to win. I just did my job. I’m happy to win today and enjoy the second round – the third year in a row.”

He added that playing Nadal would be “an unbelievable experience. I’m 29 but I feel like I’m young. I played against Djokovic last year and to play this year against Nadal is unbelievable for my career and my experience.”

Asked about what made the difference in the two-day match that lasted a total of just over four hours, he answered, “no idea. I didn’t think about the seven match points. Yesterday I was too confused because I was actually near to win the match and it starts to rain. To be seven match points down and win this match was unbelievable.”

To add some perspective here, I have spoken to several people (from Canada, France etc.) about the umpire of Tuesday’s match – Mohamed El Jennati – and the general consensus is that he is not one of the tour’s finest. Let’s leave it at that.

For now, Pospisil will play doubles with Daniel Nestor – they are unseeded and will play Mahesh Bhupathi and Philipp Petschner in their opening round.
That Dutra Silva quote is crap. He slammed a ball off the court immediately after missing the return - he knew it was out.

Damn! I was just off to the side of Laurendeau and company - just missed getting in the picture!
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Old 08-28-2013, 09:30 PM   #1757
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I believe the cramping is because of nerve, not of physical reason. He played 3 matches in 2 days in Vancouver, flew red eye to Montreal, had a day rest and played another 5 days with many 3 setters.

Playing DC is different from tour matches. He will have a coach to settle him down during changeover and teammates right there.

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I played in a tournament about 15 years ago and I was a nervous wreck from the first match. Started cramping late in the match, won it, won the next one and the next, by the finals a couple of days later I couldn't bend my legs. I know it was nerves that caused this and I wouldn't be at all surprised if this was part of his problem, although he also seems to sweat a lot.

Having said that, he had a gazillion chances in this match and should have finished it off in straights. I saw a tweet from someone who said he was "shattered" after the match and that made me feel really bad for him but he has to figure out how to turn these matches around if he's going to get anywhere. He's still young so hopefully it happens.
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vasek and daniel win in the first round of doubles 6-3 7-6.. i think its very important that the two make it to at least the 3rd round to face the bryans and build up Vasek's confidence ahead of the davis cup after some disappointing chokes
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Daniel/Vasek are on Ashe at 11 am Sunday so even if it isn't on tv, either tsn.ca or online feeds should have it.
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I played in a tournament about 15 years ago and I was a nervous wreck from the first match. Started cramping late in the match, won it, won the next one and the next, by the finals a couple of days later I couldn't bend my legs. I know it was nerves that caused this and I wouldn't be at all surprised if this was part of his problem, although he also seems to sweat a lot.

Having said that, he had a gazillion chances in this match and should have finished it off in straights. I saw a tweet from someone who said he was "shattered" after the match and that made me feel really bad for him but he has to figure out how to turn these matches around if he's going to get anywhere. He's still young so hopefully it happens.
But this happens in EVERY SINGLE MATCH. He loses badly, especially the matches he really should be winning. If he really is so "shattered" or "distraught", maybe he shouldn't play tennis at all. Part of tennis is being able to handle the nerves. If he can't do that, then he has no future in the sport. It's sad, but it's the truth. I think he has a lot of potential, he's a great talent. Unfortunately for him the mental aspect is destroying him. He desperately needs to see a sports psychologist. It's the only thing that can help him at this point.
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But this happens in EVERY SINGLE MATCH. He loses badly, especially the matches he really should be winning. If he really is so "shattered" or "distraught", maybe he shouldn't play tennis at all. Part of tennis is being able to handle the nerves. If he can't do that, then he has no future in the sport. It's sad, but it's the truth. I think he has a lot of potential, he's a great talent. Unfortunately for him the mental aspect is destroying him. He desperately needs to see a sports psychologist. It's the only thing that can help him at this point.
good idea. he should retire then
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But this happens in EVERY SINGLE MATCH. He loses badly, especially the matches he really should be winning. If he really is so "shattered" or "distraught", maybe he shouldn't play tennis at all. Part of tennis is being able to handle the nerves. If he can't do that, then he has no future in the sport. It's sad, but it's the truth. I think he has a lot of potential, he's a great talent. Unfortunately for him the mental aspect is destroying him. He desperately needs to see a sports psychologist. It's the only thing that can help him at this point.
Let's assume that tiebreakers are even 50-50 odds. Its not exactly true but its close enough. Let's keep it simple and look at his hardcourt record in tiebreaks.

Dutra Silva beats Pospisil 76
Dutra Silva beats Pospisil 76
Goffin beats Pospisil 76
Raonic beats Pospisil 76
Pospisil beats Berdych 76
Pospisil beats Isner 76
Pospisil beats Isner 76
Pospisil beats Chen 76
Pospisil beats Falla 76

So, since the start of the hardcourt season he is 5-4 or 55% in tiebreaks. I think you should look at stats instead of using your own biased eyes to say that he performs poorly when the match is on the line.

How many tiebreaks do you expect him to win, if he goes 7-2 is he still a choker cuz he lost two tiebreaks?
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But this happens in EVERY SINGLE MATCH. He loses badly, especially the matches he really should be winning. If he really is so "shattered" or "distraught", maybe he shouldn't play tennis at all. Part of tennis is being able to handle the nerves. If he can't do that, then he has no future in the sport. It's sad, but it's the truth. I think he has a lot of potential, he's a great talent. Unfortunately for him the mental aspect is destroying him. He desperately needs to see a sports psychologist. It's the only thing that can help him at this point.
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Whoa, just looked at Vasek's fall schedule - he is signed up to play 6 weeks in a row!

DC-> Metz -> Malaysia -> Beijing -> Shanghai -> Vienna

Assuming he's going to pull out of at least one of these ... unless he loses everything in 1st &/or 2nd round. Anyways, now is his time to consolidate his top-40 position .. he's going to get in some of these seeded & has almost no points to defend.
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Vasek shows some toughness once again. Tipsarevic was in a slump all year but he's playing well now. It should be an interesting one tomorrow, assuming the tie is still live after match 4.
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Whoa, just looked at Vasek's fall schedule - he is signed up to play 6 weeks in a row!

DC-> Metz -> Malaysia -> Beijing -> Shanghai -> Vienna

Assuming he's going to pull out of at least one of these ... unless he loses everything in 1st &/or 2nd round. Anyways, now is his time to consolidate his top-40 position .. he's going to get in some of these seeded & has almost no points to defend.
According to the fact sheet, Vasek is out of Metz. He probably dropped out because of the DC tie:

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Vasek's Twitter and Facebook have been updated with his MRI results from last night. Apparently, there is no evidence of a tear in the ligaments of the ankle and that with good rehab, he could be back into competition in 7-10 days.

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Vasek's Twitter and Facebook have been updated with his MRI results from last night. Apparently, there is no evidence of a tear in the ligaments of the ankle and that with good rehab, he could be back into competition in 7-10 days.

Awesome news!
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Not playing the important points well at all. Had 6 break points to Delbonis's one and lost all six; then went down handily in both tie breaks, two and one. Lost to a decent clay courter on an indoor court - this can't happen if he wants to stick around at his new found ranking. Guess he is only around a world no. 65 in truth, not no. 40. (didn't watch the match, maybe his ankle is not healed?)
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