ugh Charly was quite bad all day long, but it seemed he would run away with the match (2 sets to 1, break up), however Souza did well to recover from blowing the third set. Credit to him, another good match from the Brazilian and vital win his team, as I expect them to win the doubles.
Warlocq lost many crucial points in the 4th to kill the match. He didn't exploit Souza's lack of movement enough and his shots were right into Souza's striking zone. Once Souza stopped missing he dominated the match and hit many great winners. To me it looked like Warlocq was disappointed with the attendance the atmosphere wasn't what you would expect from an Argentina-Brazil tie so when the match got tough he didn't dig deep to try to turn it around and gave up easily.
What happened here? Berclocq is on paper clearly better player + his level in Buenos Aires was pretty great, he could have beaten Nadal i believe, so what was it pressure or what? i assume this match had football like atmospere based on ARG-BRA rivalry, but he should be used to such pressure and atmosphere by now