First set, Verdasco was terrible, PHM solid. Second set, Verdasco played better. He got the early break, then PHM had 0-40 to get the break back and couldn't do it. Early in the 3rd set, PHM had 15-40 and couldn't break, then PHM missed an easy shot at 30-30 to set up Verdasco for a bp. To be fair to PHM, the backhand pass Verdasco hit to break in the 3rd set was a great shot. Still, PHM proably should have won this. He was 0-6 on bp the last two sets.
With all of the free time, I have created some tennis trivia questions. I think they are fairly difficult, although I may be proven wrong by some of the trivia experts on MTF. If you answer the question correctly, you can pick the next topic.
Note: Only main draw ATP matches (including Grand...
So Vatutin continued to play and after he lost the point he asked umpire to check the mark. It was out and the point was awarded to Vatutin.
What makes is interesting is that Brown loses his head like that and complains for a long time - after all he is a trickster himself. Remember this?
Can't find the video but here is an interesting article about the video chat between Roger and Guga in which the Swiss apparently says that:
"he's not motivated to practise at the moment" (unlike Nadal and Djokovic)
"it will be very difficult for him to play big tournament without...
I have a strong feeling Djokovic is going to stick around just as long as Federer and still be in a top 10 position by then.
He takes care of his body very well, does Yoga, stretches and keeps coming back.
He has had minimal injuries and doesn't seem to have any habitual injury, like Nadals...