true that he should, but it's not even as close to as tenuous as people seem to suggest. Nadal is about to lose tons of points at IW, and even if he WINS the tournament (not likely) he gains NOTHING and Federer will gain TONS.
all I know is break points converted have nothing to do with percentage.
If you break 11 times in 89 chances, you have more break point conversions than someone who broke 10 times in 10 chances. Not complicated.
wrong. He said it as if he was imitating Canas and it was not favorable. I also was watching the interview in question when it happened and Canas did not imply anything close to what Arias suggested. He said "I have never played either one so I will just have to worry about my own game and play...