I just checked out its page on the Challenger section. The first thought that came was rain, since I've heard of tournament doing that, so I wouldn't have even asked if I hadn't forgotten about the flooding down there.
We were looking for that great QF. Federer needed to beat Tommy Robredo (LOL) and the in-form Nadal needed to beat Kohlschreiber.
But it wasnt meant to be as Tommy Robredo ate Roger Federer alive.
Where does this rank?
We will continue to simulate the season with the second Grand Slam of 2020 - Roland Garros. The draw for the events will be completely randomized. Qualifiers are randomized as well and the WCs are chosen by me.
ALL-NEW - You may only vote ONCE EVERY TWO HOURS this week AND matches are best of...
This is not a 40-15 thread at all. Not the point.
This is in reference to matches that potentially had impacts on players for years to come.
For example someone mentioned US Open 2009 and the potential mental impact it had on Federer.
Or maybe 2013 RG and the torture it left Djokovic with...
So Vatutin continued to play and after he lost the point he asked umpire to check the mark. It was out and the point was awarded to Vatutin.
What makes is interesting is that Brown loses his head like that and complains for a long time - after all he is a trickster himself. Remember this?