I think for the outer courts they are using the world feed. Certainly the graphics weren’t ESPN graphics.What is the commentary like on the ESPN+ feeds? I'm wondering whether they have their own people, whether they are using the BBC or other world feed voices on the outer courts, etc.
I like to watch through my TV/cable, thanks though.If you have ESPN+ you can watch any match you want on there.
Serena's power was so much higher, getting all the free points on Aces 19-1 is a huge edge.and there it is. Won with guile and experience and some great anticipation. Riske played out of her mind (5/5 on break points!) but couldn't break down a 37-year-old's defense.
She better get herself a nap before Mixed Doubles.
I got a chance to watch some of their second round match and she was absolutely carrying him. He looked mostly awful, but she was on fire, including a return winner on a 138 MPH serve.Serena and Halep both through to the final easily, I need to wake up for that one. FWIW, Chris Evert just said she thinks that the extra grass court time with Andy Murray helped Serena's sharpness in singles.
yeah, they even took a set off the #1 seed, who eventually dropped them in 3 sets yesterday. In that set, Serena had a couple aces on Bruno Soares. Which you don't see everyday, not even in mixed doubles.I got a chance to watch some of their second round match and she was absolutely carrying him. He looked mostly awful, but she was on fire, including a return winner on a 138 MPH serve.
Some of the rallies in this match are really amazing. Its unbelievable watching the focus of Novak.Novak struggling a bit with Bautista Agut but maybe figuring it out now. He won the first set 6-2, but then didn't have another break point for a set and a half. Finally he broke to go up 4-2 in the 3rd (BA won the second 6-4) but then had to immediately fight back from 15-40 on his own serve. He did that and is up 5-2 in the 3rd now.