If you want to beat such a great player as Andy Murray you must do that all by yourself.
Originally Posted by MuzzahLovah
Outstanding play on that bp. Djokovic was ahead in that point at the start.
If Berdych can't keep a double break lead I'm done with tennis.
Djokovic took set 6-4 against Berdych.
“Does Djokovic resemble myself?” Agassi said. “No, he is even better. He defends really well, while I struggled more in that element of the game. Novak looks totally relaxed when defending, completely calm and the quality of his return is incredible. He is also extremely flexible in his game, which is facilitated by his ability to anticipate his rival’s moves. That is why I think he is a much more versatile player than I was and he is also much more athletic.”
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.
Djoker = GOAT
DelPo = Purger of the Vultures
Hewitt = Llegend
Iron STan = Saviour of tennis Villains
Nadull - moonballer with zero talent
Ferrer - Talentless Vulture
Tomic - overrated mug who will never win anything big
Originally Posted by SliceAce
Basically, Queerey is a disgrace to the human race.
“What a fate: to be condemned to work for a firm where the slightest negligence at once gave rise to the gravest suspicion! Were all the employees nothing but a bunch of scoundrels, was there not among them one single loyal devoted man who, had he wasted only an hour or so of the firm's time in the morning, was so tormented by conscience as to be driven out of his mind and actually incapable of leaving his bed?”
- G.S; before his inevitable demise
He didn't seem to run out of gas to me, but rather to be troubled by a blister.
It could have happened at any moment really
But it's still possible to imagine a scenario where Djokovic would have drawn Murray in semi and Murray without blister would have managed to pull through just tio get a blister in the final against Federer
Just kidding but not completely : this kind of things happen in slams, not everything is under control, far from that, except when someone completely dominates the field like sometimes in the past Fed, or Nadal on clay.