I'm not saying Milos was a guaranteed winner, but I'd put his odds very high after just the first three games of the match.
You on the other hand have a very strong opinion based on not watching anything, which you are parroting everywhere and which is identical to your opinion before the match. Since you didn't see a single point of the match, I have a hard time taking your posts seriously.
Its pointless really to argue. Just acts as encouragement.
“It was an unfortunate situation in yesterday’s match, but (I'm) looking forward to returning to Wimbledon in 2012," he said. "I have since been working with the doctors, and I strained some ligaments around my hip and doing some more tests just as a precautionary measure. I am hopeful that I will be back practising in the very near future and looking forward to Davis Cup."
Good news, I was worried that it could have been a more substantial hip or groin injury.