Originally Posted by boomerTennis
I have not seen Mies or Maden played ever before this match this afternoon, but just from looking at court manner, Maden is much more calm and collected, did not seem bothered at all by the condition (13-17 mph winds that kinda swivel). Meanwhile, Mies was clearly annoyed at something from the start of the match, he was yelling and clearly showed signs of frustration but somehow pulled out of the first set. Later on in the second and third set, while Maden continues to play patiently while Mies was just rushing to finish points. It's a good win though, since Mies does seem to have more power and heavy ground strokes from both wings.
Maden is always calm on the court. His strength is that everything he does seems planned and it's evident he knows what he is doing. He can get overpowered though and the match I saw last year Mies was clicking. But Maden probably out manuevered him and as you said out-thinked him on the court.