I would have liked for him to say something to his face when he came back from the locker room. Of course we'll probably get the questions during the press conference...speaking of which, have those been posted anywhere?Kinda mad Zverev didn't punch Tsitsipas in the face there. Oh well.
I think TF3 meant that going down a double break was absolutely awful (and it was) from Zverev.Fun fact, it actually was "clutch," and I'm talking about Zverev. Incredible comeback.
I agree. Finally was able to watch the rest of the match. Everyone is talking about the choke from Tsitsipas but let’s give Zverev credit for hanging in there and playing so well in the tiebreak.I agree, and don't think he's getting credit for it. It was amazing that he forced a tiebreak after being 2-breaks down, and then played such a solid tiebreak.
Zverev is the only guy who can maybe beat him. Otherwise no one can.I tend to agree with you. I don’t think anyone can beat Djokovic in New York. No one that’s in the draw can handle him for 5 sets and that’s really sad that all of these guys in their mid 20’s can’t beat a guy in his mid 30’s
Way too harsh. I thought it was a great match. Not Djokodal's level of course, but still exciting match, lots of great points, a lot of twists.Novak will thrash both of these clowns in straight sets. Low level of play plus insane mental midgetry.
Says every apologizer ever. Anyway I don’t want to get into this. I read through Olya’s accounts and they are pretty convincing enough for me. And Z’s actions post that were super shady and arrogant. So yeah, I’m pretty convinced, but to each his own.Prove it.
I’m gonna watch it. I’d only watch a match between these two if there were shenanigans. Is that the same period of play when Tsitsy takes his toilet break?Tsitsipas had the lead at 4-1 in the third set, two breaks up - that's when Zverev made his remarkable comeback, so incredibly surprising!