I'm talking about Coria. He was double faulting his *** into the ground, as usual. Lost the 1st set 1-6, was down 2-6 (or something like that) in the 2nd set and facing a match-point against him, but, somehow, finds a way of surviving all the way to a tie breaker and wins the set. Then, wins the 3rd set and the match! That's not all; there was a point in the 3rd set, where a ball hit by Mathieu bounced on the line right beside Coria and the linesman called it out. Coria said it was in. The amazing thing is it was match-point for Coria; had he said it was out, he would have won it right there! Instead, he battled on (for what seemed like an eternity) and won anyway. Way to go Coria!!! PS: Something I found funny was that, immediately after he said that the ball was in, he looked up to the sky and said "puta madre", which is a very bad expression in Spanish. When he did that, I thought, "will God forgive him and let him win?", lol. Well, later, Mathieu started to recover and, even, saved 7 match-points, before losing, eventually. Yes, he was forgiven for his blasphemy.