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Matheson 01-26-2013 08:51 PM

In the last 4 matches Fed has had 6 tie breaks
 
And won them all.

Is this the only way Fed wins? By holding all set then dominating the tie break? Seems to me like he's garbage at everything else.

Thoughts?

Ico 01-26-2013 09:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Matheson (Post 7168960)
Thoughts?

You should have less.

RajFederer 01-26-2013 09:09 PM

Playing garbage but still holding his serve and not allowing the opponent to break until 6 games.. Lolzzz

What a thread.. And ur such a great analyst.. :D

NastyWinners 01-26-2013 09:26 PM

Fart noise.

smoledman 01-26-2013 09:42 PM

Fed is the best tiebreak player in history, even against top players(2008 Wimbledon vs Nadal, he won 2 breakers).

BigForehand 01-26-2013 10:58 PM

he's clutch.

a mental rock, a monster, a genius

veroniquem 01-26-2013 11:01 PM

Fed: the TB master. That's the only way he can win nowadays. Because his return game is... hum... not totally convincing let's say.

Sid_Vicious 01-26-2013 11:14 PM

That's a great stat. If he can keep up the rock solid performances in TBs, then I think he has a decent chance at Wimbledon and the USO.

underground 01-27-2013 07:24 AM

Erm

6-2 6-4 6-1 6-3 6-4 6-4 6-4 7-6 6-1 6-4 7-6 6-2 7-6 4-6 7-6 3-6 6-3 4-6 7-6 3-6 7-6 2-6

No that many TBs of you look at the whole picture IMO.

SwankPeRFection 01-27-2013 09:13 AM

One thing is certain. He's not exceptional at converting break points. If anything, it's his weakest stat really. He's win a lot easier and more convincingly if that was to improve. I don't think the man gambles enough when playing a real match. He needs to screw around more like he did on the Gillette tour in SA and hit some damn winners like he just don't care. He's capable of them, he's just too calculated in his old days I think.


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