That didn't happen on this earth. The one you're referring to happened on earth 2386. This is earth 909 you're on right now.Don't you remember how he lost the first set 6-0 to RAFA in the final but then turned things around and won his double career slam in 4 sets? There were many threads about it.
I reckon there'd have been so many tense moments as a Borg fan, especially at Wimbledon - he was taken to 5 sets many times, but almost always emerged victorious. It's easy to look at his record now, knowing he won everything up to the 1981 W final vs Mac, but I bet it was nerve-wracking at the time, not knowing whether his run was going to come to an end in every close match.Shame I was born far too late to see him. It's one thing watching his matches and knowing the results, but it's a whole 'nother thing to experience them.
I understand this is some kind of a joke but hasn't Fred actually only been bageled once in the last 20 years? (He also ate a couple in 1999)Fred. Got bageled by Bjorkman Baghdatis but ended up winning USO 05 against Luigi Ancic in the final: 1-6 7-6 1-6 7-6 6-4
I wonder whether Sampras has ever even lost a set 0:6..
9 times2nd set of the YEC SF in 2000 vs. Hewitt. (There may have been more, this is just the first one I found)
Had no idea Agassi had that many.In the history of the Grand Slam tournaments in the men's single category, the largest number of 6–0 sets won is the following (from Wiki):