This is why I said what I said in the Nadal/Djokovic thread... even though a ton of people were saying how awesome the Nadal/Djokovic match was. I thought it was just bad tennis from both guys.The quality and level of both Djokovic and Nadal was all over the place. Lots of unforced errors. There were particular points that were exciting and fun, but overall, I found the match frustrating to watch because of the unforced errors. I thought the Zverev/Tsitsipas match was actually much more exciting.
For me, it wasn't one of the best I've seen. In fact, I'd say this was probably the worst clay match I've ever seen Nadal and Djokovic play against each other. If Djokovic plays like that against Tsitsipas, he's going to get crushed.
You've mentioned this now three times. Do you ever reflect on many, many in your fan base who mindlessly continue to post "40-15" even though that match is almost 2 years old now? There's a ton of "pathetic Federer haters" in your group and you know it.This day is for pathetic Djokovic haters.
You never give up do you....Amidst the handwringerers, you are an exception...And I mean it as a compliment...This match is just like the Mussetti match. Novak taking a BIG toilet break.
Expect him to come back storming and take set 3. Titspas momentum to be reset.
All due respect, if he loses it’s not a great tournament. Nadal not up to his usual standards, made to look ordinary for 2 sets by Musetti.Great play from Tsitsipas. Djoko goose looks cooked. Can never write him off completely but really looks like he has not much left.
Still a great tournament for him but this looks a step far. History awaits the Greek.
Not that many.You've mentioned this now three times. Do you ever reflect on many, many in your fan base who mindlessly continue to post "40-15" even though that match is almost 2 years old now? There's a ton of "pathetic Federer haters" in your group and you know it.