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try not to step over the bullshit."He's [...] oficially Mugela" (c) GlennMirnyi
So true. Dudi played a pathethic match. I dunno, it must have really been a miracle that he defeated Gonzalez on clay
As for Tsonga, he didn't do well, and the question is, if the AO finalists' curse got to him or was it just playing below normal level because of the opponent
and Dudi is the real GOAT, yeah yeah :yawn: :zzz:try not to step over the bullshit.
first of all, dudi defeated gonzo on hard surface, and among others, dudi defeated players good as gonzo(the guy is really overated)-such as kiefer and del potro.
In addition, both tsonga and sela didn't played good at all today, and the player who where more consistent won. that's all.
i heard some gusts were up to 40 mph. that is just terrible luck for the players.Well, since I was actually at the match, can I tell you that both players deserve credit for just getting through it. The conditions were horrible and some of the worst I have ever sat through at Indian Wells or anywhere else outdoors. The wind was bad, gusty at times, swirly at others, and totally unpredictable. Yes, Dudi probably had a bad game plan against Sela anyway, but he gave up trying to get a good toss in that wind and just started spinning in first serves. I think he went for too many corners in those conditions, but he did not give up in that match at all. The first thing he said to me after the match was 'THIS WIND! UNBELIEVABLE!' but his frustration was pretty clear during the match anyway.
C'est la vie, he got some points.