Seyboth Wild is worth keeping an eye on, not just bc of the GOAT name.. he played very well and was the more aggressive player by far, from what i sawFirst B2B wins for Coric since last September in St. Petersburg. Didn't watch his previous Rio
chokefestmatch but this was a much better performance than last week's loss. Seyboth Wild was quite impressive after a shaky first set, another youngster to watch for the future.
For me, Coric played best in the first set and was more attacking early on. Seyboth Wild raised his level in the second set, however, and was probably the better player from then on... But it's in situations like this where experience and grit come to matter most as Coric was able to weather the Wild storm in the end.Seyboth Wild is worth keeping an eye on, not just bc of the GOAT name.. he played very well and was the more aggressive player by far, from what i saw
Assuming this is a rhetorical question but I'll answer it anyway: No, Seyboth Wild never officially led at any point in this match. Not only did he serve second in both the opening and closing sets, he also played a very poor TB, going down 0-4 before evening it up but never managing to get ahead.Was he ever in the lead?