Good to see a fairly effortless rebreak there. On serve 3-2.
Sinner pays for his waywardness by having to face the final remaining seed in his SF after eliminating the other seeded QFist. Despite his “disadvantage,” the teen is a heavy favorite at 1.24-4.07.Pospisil keeps Canadian hopes alive, hoping for a Sinner/Pospisil final which looks likely
Vasek is slurping down the maple syrup during a 6-3 first set vs the Mailman.
I'm hoping for a Sinner-Gasquet final. Gasquet has one of my favorite OHBHs and I'm hoping the old dog can add one more 250 to his list. Sinner is a fun kid to watch, he seems to have a ton of potential.Hoping for a Sinner-Pospisil final. Could be pretty entertaining.
I've been asked by native English speakers if I spoke French, so I suppose my English may pass as having "zero French accent", but I've never been to Nebraska.I would have never guessed. There’s a pmasterfunk on Twitter from Nebraska and zero French accent.
Incorrect accent, but ok.I will now say your username with a MC Solaar accent.
No messing around with Jannik, gotta love the kid.Jannik a set away from his maiden ATP final.
I like that Sinner just plays his game and doesn't give a damn about the unavoidable UEs.
However, that might also indicate an inability to adjust your game when things aren't working. Basically, the lack of a plan B. This might hurt him in the long run.