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I don't know what to say. Either he was injured or had some crazy collapse when he started serving badly.

At 6-2 4-1 he looked to be cruising. In the first set he was playing some really good stuff. He deserved to be ahead. So crazy, I'd never seen anything like it.
 

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How do you lose eleven games in a row? Did it look like he was injured?
He had a few BPs to serve for the 6-2 6-2 win. Ran like peak Nadal from coast to coast. Rosol came up with a few big serves and managed to hold.

Chung lost his shit after that hold and started playing the Kolar -match level. On-purpose DFs and on-purpose unforced errors til the end.

He is disrespecting the sport.
 

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still hasn't won a match in 2020. although he has only played 3 of them.
 

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Chungs peak remains AO 2018.
 

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Didn't watch it, but to have Rosol of all people turn a match around from such score, it means there was something wrong with Chung 100%. Let's hope it's just fatigue and bad stamina.
 

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He had a similar meltdown last year in a match against a 300+ ranked player IIRC before the AO.
 

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This. If he continues like this the highlight of his career will be beating Djoker in Melbourne. Sad.
Beating an injured, serving-disabled Djokovic in AO. That wasn't a too big feat then

As Rosol's highlight was beating a surprised Nadal at Wimbledon, with an all-out-attack, serve-FH combo. That was a big feat, at the time
 
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I don't know what the big deal is.

Chung only lost his serve 6 consecutive times after leading 6-2,4-1.

It happens to the best of us ;)
 

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I don't know what the big deal is.

Chung only lost his serve 6 consecutive times after leading 6-2,4-1.

It happens to the best of us ;)
Yet we expect a bit more from veterans of the game like Chung, do we? :unsure:
 

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I don't know what the big deal is.

Chung only lost his serve 6 consecutive times after leading 6-2,4-1.

It happens to the best of us ;)
another hot serving display in the tiebreak today:
 
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