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A mismatch. Kolar (#224) had way too much game for Chung as expected. The match wasnt as 'close' as the scoreline suggests - Kolar really should have won easier.

After holding his first service game - Chung won 9/37 (24%) points on his own serve. Nothing to write home about.

I dont know what is Chung's schedule but this level is way too high for him at the moment.
 

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He has weird stretches of significant up and down jumps..

he showed some real positive matches last year beating Verdasco, Raonic, Cilic... his level in the Verdasco match was peak-esque.
 

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What happened to Chung after that AO 2018...I just can't..
It looks like he made the Indian Wells and Miami QF's afterwards.

Beating absolutely no one.

Its funny to look at the huge discreperancy in depth between the tour then and now.
 

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Bizarre how Chung's star has fallen so far down. Right now it's ten feet under ground. He's completely irrelevant.
 

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Well that was somewhat expected (in terms of Kolar winning, not winning by this margin)...I can't remember the last time Chung did anything on clay. Kolar is a mediocre player, but he's in good form and on clay in front of home crowd he can be dangerous. Expected result, but not by that margin.
 
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