Discussion in 'Pro Match Results and Discussion' started by Backspin1183, Mar 9, 2014.
When are they playing? "Spring forward" has me knackered; I can't make heads or tails of this OOP
It's the last match of the day on stadium 1 at 8:30 pm (local time).
Two to one it's a walkover or a retirement.
Kei Nishikori in 3 sets.
If they're both healthy and able to play well, there'll surely be some nice baseline exchanges and nifty shotmaking.
I think Nishikori has too much game for Haas nowadays.
Can't see him losing a set to the German.
Nishikori in two tight sets.
Unfortunately, it seems age has finally caught up to Haas.
I also believe Nishikori takes this one in 2.
He is too agile for Haas.
Nishikori will be too much for Haas tonight. My prediction- Nishikori 6-3, 6-4
Anyone know why this match hasn't started yet? I thought it was already spposed to start.
Ivanovic Stephens haven't finished playing
It'll be on after Ivanovic-Stephens. They are currently still in the first set.
Haas had a shaky start but started to get into a groove. Kei looks like he knows what to do against him though. I'll give it to Kei in two tight sets.
Going with the old-timer. Nothing against Nishikori but for aesthetics' sake I hope Haas progresses.
Impressive performance by Haas.
BreakPoint had the only good selection
Very important win for Haas, as he has many points to defend in Miami.
yeah he's now defended all his points from last year's IW, so a win over Fed today is probably more important/realistic for a point defense standpoint vs. another run in Miami.
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