it's a shame he's learning from Melzdown.I have to say that is quite a meltdown from Thiem frankly. :help: He had the 1st Set on his hands, but wasn't able to close it out. It allowed Troicki in the match and after Troicki read the returns he was practically a wall against Thiem most of the time. He was also kind of far behind the baseline than usual and didn't have a proper followthrough -- it was mostly crosscourts, and rarely did he use the BH DTL. Serve needs work too of course but we already know that. Also that 2nd Set game where he gave a double break seems concerning as I thought he kind of was error prone that time. Anyway time to regroup and be ready for Kitzbuhel. I wonder what Thiem is going to say about the result.