And still you want Groth over Kyrgios, when we all know he should be replacing Kokk...Should be Groth and Hewitt.
Not sure either of them can win, but Groth deserves a chance unless Kyrgios is in a much much better place than he was yesterday.
And Hewitt deserves a singles swansong after his doubles performance.
Weren't you advocating Groth play Kukushkin over Kokk in the first place?And still you want Groth over Kyrgios, when we all know he should be replacing Kokk...
Regardless of yesterday, Kyrgios and Groth are the only ones who can beat Kukushkin, and Kyrgios cant play Nedovyesov again, so the smart choice is obviously Kyrgios ~ Groth
Oh and here's a good idea - How about we actually WIN first, and then Hewitt can have his swansong against Murray or a French guy, where we know we'll lose...
Agree wholeheartedly.Hewitt shouldn't play singles, he simply can't play at that level two days straight. As daft as it sounds, I'd stick with Kokk and Kyrgios for the reverse singles. It's time for Kyrgios to stop whinging and stand up for his country - whether or not he will do that remains to be seen. Kokk is average on grass but Nedoyesov is a better match-up, unless they bring in Golubev. Groth doesn't have the mentality to win a live singles rubber at this stage, despite his excellent performance today.
Groth should have played the first rubber, but it would be equally unwise to put him in at the death.Groth really needs to step in for Kokkinakis. What an idiotic decision that was.