Miami 17 is often underrated because of the destruction he made at IW, but it was another amazing run that year.I think he likes the lower bounce/court taking the slice well of this new venue. Did take the 1st match to adjust.
Miami 17 was absolutely incredible though.
Saving MP vs berdych, then that classic vs kyrgios , then coming back to beat Nadal in straights in the final.
Gilbert interviewed him right after the match and clay wasn't addressed. Remember in 2017 and 2018 he immediately announced after Miami he wasn't playing clay. I was hoping he'd clarify if he was adding anything to Madrid/RG.Has he said he definitely won’t play Rome?
No disrespect to James Blake, but calling him a legendary Federer rival is worsen than calling Sharapova a legendary rival of Serena Williams.What is it with all of Federer's LEGENDARY rivals becoming tournament directors?
No disrespect to James Blake, but calling him a legendary Federer rival is worsen than calling Sharapova a legendary rival of Serena Williams.
From that perspective, Isner is actually more legendary because he's beaten Federer twice and once in best-of-five on clay in Davis cup.
Yep.The netted BH on BP to serve for the IW championship.