It's probably Rafa. :lol: For all his habits, I think they start to overrun eachother and cause him to lose. :lol: There's difference between being a competitive loser and being psychologically weak, he's actually the latter. :lol:
Between Almagro and Anderson.
Anderson served 5 DFs trying to close the second set in his match against GGL the other day.
He also had several MPs against Dimitrov (Acapulco, Toronto).
When he played Nishikori in Memphis F this year, every time Nishikori won 2 pts on Anderson's service game, he would be broken (i.e got to 30), games to 15, no problem. When he got the chance being ahead their rematch at Acapulco in final set with a break up, he donated two breaks with overcooked FHs at 30-40...
But as Almagro's not doing much these days, I give the vote to Anderson who tends to get ahead and always seems to have mental blanks.
Berdych has a particular psychological weakness against top players but recently he has tried to overcome it. Still not unusual to see him eat bagels against the big 4.