illustrates why he will continue to dominate the game and why i dont understand the complaints about it. give me federer over the people that have nothing but height, big serves and power any day!oneandonlyhsn said:That TB was That was some unreal shit, I mean how the hell does ninja come up with some of those shots :bowdown: I am not worthy of seeing such things
i never said he wins every big point, did i?Sjengster said:That's why he blows 4 breakpoints in the third set and manages to lose it, then?
a lot like my previous post. and i will make this thread confidently before the match is over, because even if hewitt could come back to win...highly unlikely...it doesn't change the facts!Flibbertigibbet said:This is why you don't make topics like this before the match is over, I guess. I mean, don't underestimate Federer (he is one of the best at the big points), but don't underestimate his opponents either.
But, of course, Sjengster, remember that he saved six set points in the second set - potentally he could have been two sets to one down, but instead he's two sets to one up, which is certainly a more comfortable situation.
yes because sampras often murdered hewitt...(check their head to head)LLeytonRules said:He needs to stop getting tight and lazy, i basically thought it was over in the third set and LLeyton gave it 100 percent.Sampras would have finished him off.
like we have said over the last month, he hasn't played great tennis throughout. but he is beyond any doubt the best on the big points and the best at finding a way to win. he lost one set in two matches against quality opponents in nalbandian and hewitt. he is mentally too strong for the rest, who genuinely dont believe they have the games to beat him.Sjengster said:Not sweating a little at 0-30 in that last game, fed ex? On this form tomorrow looks like a pretty even battle. It's time he stopped playing like crap when it really counts and plays the way we know he can. I didn't become a fan of Federer just to watch somebody win all the time while playing sub-par tennis in important matches.