Re: Sydney QF: Baghdatis def. Del Potro 7-6(7), 6-4
I watched the match. Definitely Delpo lost his chances here as he was serving 5-4 in the first set and then in the tie break was 5-4 and two serves to close the match. No big expectations for him for the Australian Open with this poor mentality.
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given the circumstances in which he found himself, Juan Martin's awkwardness/rudeness/boorishness is understandable.
he knows about Cyprus.
I think you are being biased. Rowdy crowd behavior that upsets players is endemic only at the US Open and nowhere else in the civilized world. That's what MTF says and they're the experts.
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