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Old 06-18-2008, 02:58 PM   #9
Moose Malloy
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Neither player was anywhere near their best.
True, but the stats do show that both players had far more winners than errors though. Every break point felt like a set point(which was often the case in the faster grass era)

also found it interesting that Sampras lost even serving at 69% (to Federer's 62%), per the ATP. When he lost in '96, his service percentage was lower than Krajicek's (61 to 66).
I wonder if this stat is important, in terms of matches he loses.
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