Your Djokovic love is absolutely disgraceful, but I'm with you on this one. I can't help it, I like Kyrgios. Yes, it's frustrating that he doesn't put 100% of his energy and focus into tennis, and if he did he could be incredible, and sometimes he acts like an idiot. But he's fun to watch, and I enjoy rooting for him to climb the mountain and put it all together for two weeks. And I like the way he pisses off people like McEnroe, as well as how he openly thinks Djokovic is an asshole.I kind of love Kyrgios, because of course I do.
#11 Fritz is the highest seed left in Nadal’s half of the draw.
The courts and balls are slower is a lot of it, I think.I am a tennis guy but can’t answer my own following question:
growing up watching Wimbledon, everyone and I mean everyone served and volleyed.
Agassi was the first one to stay on the baseline but it was a trend that didn’t catch on.
The consensus was the ball bounces so unpredictably in grass that you couldn’t afford to stay back.
Now everyone, like 100% serves and stays back.
What is the rational behind the full scale change.
Choked is a little harsh. Goffin had two brilliant points in a row where he saved what looked first to be a forehand and then a service winner.Tiafoe was just ousted by David Goffin in 5 set. He blew a 2 sets to 1 lead and blew a 15-40 tied at 5-5 and then choked on his serve.