Originally Posted by wy2sl0
You guys got it all wrong. First off I want to say I am a fan, and I woke up at 4:30 am EST to watch the match. He has a long way to go to be an elite player, and more than likely never will be - mainly consistency, return game and change of direction.
What I will also say is that Milos did not say he was explicitly injured, the guy asked him how it went the past few days and he said he was getting an MRI on his foot, but the anesthesia he was given allowed it to be a non factor in this match. He also went on to say that when Roger is at his best there is no game plan to beat him, as he is essentially unstoppable.
Just wanted to bring this back up because people only seem to pay attention to the negative posts. Group polarization and all that.