Discussion in 'Pro Match Results and Discussion' started by The Bawss, Oct 21, 2012.
Congrats on your 3rd ATP title, great win to end a very good season.
Anyone else a Seppi fan?
I am. Nice mannered,polite, classy individual and very good player!
Just realised that his 3 titles are all on different surfaces. Baller.
Players like Seppi deserve to be appreciated too. Winning 3 atp professional titles on 3 different surfaces is a huge achievement...The tennis world is not all about rafa novak fed murray....
I like Seppi too. Rocking the PK frames is nice to see. I'd like to see more PKs on tour.
Seppi had a very good year in 2012. I had a chance to watch a few of his matches and was very impressed with his skill level and on court demeanor.
He has a pretty solid albeit unspectacular game. Good compact strokes that rarely break down. Winning titles on 3 different surfaces gets my respect.
The tennis world isn't, but this forum is...
Seppi almost beat Djoko at the French. First 2 sets were really entertaining. He eventually lost in the 5th.
Good player, sometimes can hit some very nice DTL backhands
Man, i'm so pissed, don't talk about that match. Mr. Bellucci must be proud of the amounts of chokes he had that night.
He seems a good dood, nice to see him win.
Seppi choked the match against Djokovic at RG. Nole would have gotten Rosoled otherwise.
ahahaha but that RG performance of Mr Novak was very strange... almost KO by Seppi and then by Tsonga. Then he came and straight setted the boss...
But you got to admit that Bellucci was playing a lot better! I think that the fact of winning a hard court title made him choke.
congrats to seppi
I like his style. I saw him play a match up close and his strokes and movement look super smooth and efficient.
Rosoled became an official word i see lol, good player but i think he is out of basel.
Yea he bombed out quite early. Oh well. Yeah I think "Rosoled" is making the dictionary next year.
Seppi also has exactly 3 runner-ups on three different surfaces and doubles runner-ups on 4 different surfaces.
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