Anderson in SF... what a weird year...
no, like Isner, except not quite as good a serve and a little bit better groundies and movement. He too does not follow the serve into net much. He probably will never reach another ATP semifinal or even quarter, but still a good tournament for the kid. He has simply played people who have played Top 1000-caliber tennis against him.I don't know anything about this player. Anyone knows how Anderson plays? Serve & volley maybe?
I don't think so, look who Stakhovsky beat (Karlovic + Ljubicic indoors etc) Anderson has had a very easy draw.Anderson winning it would top the Nishikori/Stakhovsky surprises.
Anderson will keep following this up with good results. I've said it before and I'll say it again, this guy has a huge game. His serve is pretty big like a Feliciano Lopez and he's got a big forehand and moves well for a guy his height. He's more of a baseliner, the way he plays reminds me a bit of Joachim Johansson.