That was incredible. The crowd was fun (at first. :lol
and Millman didn't look phased at all. Fed was in "early round" mode but was surprised with Millman's performance. Millman won the Set after some 2 poor shots by Fed in the FH side, which was struggling at the back court at times. Millman was awesome as he was firing FHs and BHs with depth yet with not much errors. The BH was sublime and some of the time even Djokovic like especially that BHDTL. Finally has broken Fed putting him in the best position serving first in the 2nd Set, but usually when player reaches their mission, they lose their edge, which happened to Millman. Fed started to netrush more to surprise Millman and Millman kind of didn't adapt much to it. Also started to become a little more passive. Fed won the 2nd Set after both held serves and Millman started to really show signs of fatigue. Had tough games on his last service game that he held as Fed started to really put additional pressure to Millman. After a chance to break Fed at 3-2* I think he failed and that is where the spiral began where after that I think he didn't win a game. Close for Fed but it was a good match to prep him up. For Millman, well he's 25, and just like Joao Sousa who was kind of that age when he began to really crack the Top 50, maybe he could too.