Originally Posted by Mainad
I just think it's the WAY he lost to Fed, going down so tamely in the 2nd set after having chances to win the 1st.
Lol...well I guess I can't argue with that!
On the day of loss, we always look at it that way as die hard fans. The top players hardly play bad. When the opponent raises the level, they make mistakes and it appears they play bad. Today Murray made more errors than usual, but it was not a question of nerves or anything. Just a bad day and Fed stopped making so many shanks. He will have a good chance at Wimbledon next year.