Routine win with Nole not needing to be at his best.
Well, it's not like they have to win every match 6-0 6-0? Win is a winI think it works this way... when Djokovic and Murray see the draw being on a collision course in the semifinals, and they know that most probably will face tough opponents in the quarter-finals, don't want to waste too much energy in encounters which are winnable in straight sets anyway. It might be an explanation of their sleepy first two rounds.
But the interesting thing is, they try to win as quick as possible the first rounds in majors. Maybe it's a matter of their natural ability to stay on the court around 2 hours without a sign of fatigue. So when they play "the best of three" don't bother with dropping a potential set because are going to close out the contest under two hours anyway. Murray yesterday beat Berrer in 2:06, it's 6 minutes less than his straight sets victory over Nishikori in Melbourne.Well, it's not like they have to win every match 6-0 6-0? Win is a win
What's not funny about wax Nole? Seen his eyelashes? Calling out other peoples humour doesn't belong in MTF. Back to WTAWorld with you.Why are you constantly trying to be funny?It's not working.
Stak's tank was obviously empty by then - in combination with Djoko realizing that it was high-time to end off the fun.In the second set he lost 5 games in a row...
That sorta stuff makes me wonder where the hell Stakhovsky has been all these years .Stak's tank was obviously empty by then - in combination with Djoko realizing that it was high-time to end off the fun.
What I mean is that he didn't fold immediately after losing the TB - something you see rather often when a 'nobody' plays a top player.