Hidalgo took MTO, was struggling physically, probably could finish the match but played approach shot and with both players near the net decided to retire (right leg injury)
Campozano was very motivated, fistpumped a lot, was clearly the better player but couldn't take advantage of it at the beginning.
Too bad for Bagnis he couldn't get another win after the nice result against Thiemo... this player had so many close losts, it's unbelievable the number of matchs he could've won with a better mental I guess
was just reading up on sam barnett who often appears in doubles and qualies for this type of challenger and gets killed first round. I've seen him on streams a few times and he's pretty dreadful.
Anyway, turns out he's some kind of whizzkid who while still in college developed an alogorithim that reads and predicts the stock market.
He invests for clients based on his computer model's predictions and manages a hedge fund worth over 100 million dollars, a job he's obviously able to do from his laptop anywhere given he spends a fair chunk of his time travelling the challenger tour.
i can imagine redfoo doing the same at some point of his life, combining with lmfao concerts
Stan doesn't construct point he just ballbashes. They guy hit the ball @ 100 mph everytime. That's all there is to his game. Even then he was push to the limit. If novak played like that ballbashin/redlining game with nothing to lose stan would be hit of the court.