Talk Tennis Guru
Yes, like that. Does that mean Nadal loses the right to feel upset over being disadvantaged at any given match at Wimbledon/USO? What standards are you holding him to? He's not a robot.
And BTW, when I say he was disadvantaged I don't mean that it was unfair to close the roof. Just that as Djokovic is a better indoors player, Nadal was, in fact, disadvantaged in these conditions.
Roof was only closed for lack of light though, correct? And the rules have been floated around here already, that it finishes how it starts unless both players agree to change it (I believe).
It all balances out in my opinion. Maybe RAFA was due for some bad luck after all of the fortunate rain delays he got whenever he was pushed in the CC season.