We all can assume that those two played an incredible NON_STREAMED Wimbledon 5-setter last year...
And now the match which was STREAMED was only up-and-down with some nice rallies but not excatly the fight we thought of.
At least Kohlschreiber managed to reach that tiebreak but also because of two DF from Haas.
Both are great players and I really wonder why Kohlschreiber not have better results on Masters tournaments and why Haas has not better results at Grand Slam stage recently.
Titel [FITD]: Winner of Sydney 2012, Memphis 2013, French Open 2013, s'Hertogenbosch 2014, Metz 2014 & Auckland 2015
[Suicide T.]: Winner of WTF Masters London 2013, Shanghai 2012, Montpellier 2013 & Barcelona 2014
[TT Singles]: Challenger Rennes 2014
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__________________ Kenny de Schepper fact of the month (January 2015): never lost a match against the Big 4 (Federer, Nadal, Djokovic and Murray), something that can't be told by none of the TOP 30 players of the year-end 2014 ATP rankings.
"Matches are won and lost so many times in the locker room. Guys get in their mind how strong he is the warm-ups and that they will have to endure four hours of that to beat him: they are beaten even before they step on court. But that's why I like him. He basically says you are going to have to kill me to beat me."Lleyton Hewitt about Rafael Nadal
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Gasquet - De Schepper - Giraldo - Klizan - Youzhny - Nishikori - Thiem - Haas - Jaziri
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Also, Haas obviously surpasses Raonic for world #13.
Kohli's lack of game plan was the biggest factor today. Was way too reliant on his shotmaking, and was bound to misfire a few times in important moments. Apart from a lapse when serving for the match, Tommy produced a very professional performance. His forehand was great today.
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