Originally Posted by andfor
What stands out to me is Tai had 3 easy 2 set matches, DB had 3 3 set matches leading up to their match. Obviously playing though and coming out on top in those situations is always the goal, however how to do this is learned through experience.
Good run by the kid.
Brad when defending your position, keep it clean.
Tai played smart will try and post video of match as soon as I can , As Tai said in his interview after the match is pretty much what happened Tai's game plan was to hit high looping balls and any wide defensive balls were sliced , DB looked to drive through the court which does not work on clay and basically hit himself out of the match , pretty much for the first time in the tourney played a hard court style , hurt to watch LOL
At this point you must give Tai credit he knew how he needed to play and he did it and i shook his hand and told him smart playing and it was .