Lucho has never won a match at Wimbledon before and I doubt that will change this year, but still I'm going to Wimbledon on Monday so hopefully I'll get an opportunity to see him live (for the first time since Toronto 2004) as he shows the spectators how grass court tennis really should be played.
Lucho has never won a match at Wimbledon before and I doubt that will change this year
it is true, and the story remains the same,
Today Luis Horna lost, for a Latin player is difficult to have a good performance on this surface, most are more comfortable playing on red clay maybe in the next tournaments, Luis can improve ..
I only saw parts of Lucho's match yesterday. To be fair to him he did play very well in that tight 1st set, but once he lost that he looked deflated, Karanusic grew in confidence, and there was only going to be one outcome. Ah well at least from his point of view the yucky, grass court season is over.
Sorry about not replying sooner.
Lucho didn't leave any noticeable imprints in the grass, despite repeatedly sending his racket crashing into it. I also lost count of the number of line calls that he questioned. He's a really funny guy