Interesting quote after Wimbledon from Roddick.

Discussion in 'General Pro Player Discussion' started by federerhoogenbandfan, Jul 8, 2005.

  1. federerhoogenbandfan

    federerhoogenbandfan Banned

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    I would take from that statement he believes he played even better tennis in this years Wimbledon final than last years. I dont know about all of you, but that was never my first impression. Is his point of view on where his game currently about right, or is he being a bit over-optimistic?
     
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  2. menelaos

    menelaos Rookie

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    He's absolutely right.....he's had quite a few near perfect matches against Fed...but he still could not win..best example in Toronto last year...he still lost....the only match he won...in Montreal 2003....Fed gave the match away with 3 or 4 unforced in the tiebreak....


    .......same with Hewitt...near Perfect match at Wimbledon..but still lost...


    In both cases I think it's a matter of match ups.
    Safin can handle exchanges better with Fed...because his backhand is superb.
    Nadal has nasty lefty spin which neutralizes Fed's movement.
     
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