Originally Posted by DeShaun
Pete defeated Federer on "today's" surfaces in an exo, remember. I know that was just an exo, but it seemed that there were times during the match when Pete's slots on his ground strokes were really finding their mark, despite that Roger seemed at times to be trying earnestly to silence Pete's game. If Pete were a young man peaking today, I believe that he actually could boss a few of today's top ten around off the ground, to say nothing of his serve.
You do know that the exho matches are more or less pre-determined, yes? It is no coincidence that the matches almost always include a tiebreak and a set with a single break: 7-6, 6-4 or 6-4, 7-6.