Fed needs the match practice and I would consider an SF appearance a success.
True but given the state of his game currently, I am fine with a SF appearance. Miami is where I would expect a win so that he goes with confidence into the clay season.any result that doesnt imply a win means failure
he cant start the clay season with no titles -_-
Roger has hardly any matches under his belt this year. I'd like to see him maybe be able to work his way into the tournament rather than getting someone really tough R2 and potentially being sent home packing. If he could get a few easy wins under his belt I think his game and confidence would start to come back.What a low this forum hits.
Becoming cowardly, panicking and drawing on weak draws won't help. A little more courage and confidence would be appropriate.
Game and confidence won't come back by beating cake-walk opponents.If he could get a few easy wins under his belt I think his game and confidence would start to come back.
:lol: Ohhhh that can't suck any more for a Roger fan I guess. Hope you have better fate this year.When I was at this event last year the two SF's I got to see were: Nadal thrashing Roddick and Joker thrashing Murray. And then I got to see Nadal holding the trophy the next day.At least the weather was nice...
Probably they won't and also won't help much when he faces an opponent of another level all of a sudden, but I think it surely is better than losing to a tough opponent in early rounds again Not that I think it's very likely to happen with the 96-draw in IW.Game and confidence won't come back by beating cake-walk opponents.