Milos appears to be running out of gas after playing nearly every day for the last few weeks. The final set vs. Kei was terrible, yesterday's match was brutal against Matosevic and today's doesn't look much better from the stats. Time to rest up before Valencia and get that momentum back.
Milos was probably bad on serve, just 75% 1st serve won, also just 15 aces in 18 service games + 3 tie-breaks, very low numbers, sad that it wasn´t televised, but just according to stats Marcos was clearly better player and should have won in straight sets
Dreadful result. At least Milos fought back to get that last break back and go to TB.
Or maybe Baggy was just muggy, who knows; there wasn't a stream.
Milos ROS stats are awful. I know Baggy can go through periods where he serves really well, but this is a continuing problem for Milos.
Roger Federer * Greatest Of All Time
Spending time with your children and not being a wage slave at some soulless corporation or government bureaucracy sounds like hell. Haven't we progressed beyond the idea that it is in loving relationships with other people that we find fulfillment and meaning? Climbing the corporate ladder is essential in the pursuit of happiness.
Originally Posted by Mr. Oracle
Match Point Novak needs to be immortalized in sculpture, like Michelangelo's David. I'm sure that once he's gone to tennis Valhalla, his statue will have his stones as the focal point of attention, and tennis fans will make a meccan-like pilgrimage at least once in their lifetime, in order to rub those lucky stones, like the budda's belly.
It all ends in the quarters. Nadull will be slamless, and will be almost 30 by the time his next possible slam comes, RG'16. June 3, 2015 is the day when Roger Federer secured his place in history as the Greatest tennis player of all time. IT ALL ENDS HERE. FATE ENDS DELUSIONS. Bitch.