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Discussion in 'General Sports' started by InstaFace, Jan 10, 2019.
Unforced errors is a pretty strange stat when one guy never misses.
Never close. Novak was perfect. My god
6-3, 6-2, 6-3.
Novak was 13-0 in service games, 5-8 on Nadal's serve.
Total time was just 2:04, total domination of an alltime great who had won all 18 sets coming in. It doesn't get more impressive than that.
9 errors the entire match for Novak.
The last 63 Grand Slams have broken down as follows:
Those three straight-up canceled a new generation of players
It’s getting to the point where they might cancel two generations of new hopefuls-
Guys like Dmitrov and Raonic have been replaced by the Zverevs and Thiems of the tour. Nothing any of the newest guys have shown me makes me think they can perform at the slams consistently enough to replace the big 3 anytime soon unless they slow down. And I haven’t seen anything from Nadal, Djokovic, or Fed that makes me think they won’t continue to dominate.
Glad you did! I slept through it, at least I can read about it :-/
What an ass kicking