I believe that once they close the roof, it has to stay closed for the remainder of the match.If it starts raining at any point in the match and they will have to close the roof,will they play the whole match under it or will they open it if the conditions get better?
Let's give Rafa some credit. That doesn't just happen to Federer. We see that often with other players facing Rafa.Just what Roger needed.. Sigh.
He had no chance anyways. This much Will be obvious within the first 15 minutes. Roger Getting to deuce not breaking. Roger gettig to 30-0 but broken. Happens Every ****in time.
HAHAHAHA. Yes, Nadal is like a traveling exhibit of the Museum of Cutaneous History. That being said, I think some people are going to have a rash quite soon because of him. :twisted:Fred needs to set a blistering pace if he has any chances of winning.
That said, it will be tough for the nadal considering he is suffering from blisters, bunions, carbuncles, cysts, fissures, hemorrhoids, piles, scabies, nappy rash and even pimples.
why does he always end up on the back foot to start with with these types of players?why doesnt he just brush them aside with greatness?The tough wins against Nishikori and Dimitrov just make Rafa's mental resolve even stronger. Tough wins like those help him much more than a roll over of an opponent. He's got a lot to draw from, like how to dig deep and how not to lose heart, no matter how much on the back foot he appears to be.
What has your racquet touching the ground got to do with anything? Maybe you need to see the video.Let's have no cheating by Federer today. That ball bounced twice against Murray and Fed would have felt his racquet touch the ground.
He was obviously hampered by the blisters on his hand so he couldn't control his service games with his serve. Nishikori played above his usual level, all credit to him, he had done his homework.why does he always end up on the back foot to start with with these types of players?why doesnt he just brush them aside with greatness?
I just hope that Nadal can play a few decently competitive points and perhaps win a game or two per set - that would be the best case scenario for Nadal.'Federer in 4' leads the poll.
Roger's the favourite.
I hope my boy Rafa can fight against the odds and upset the marauding Swiss.