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  1. topboy
    topboy November 12, 2012 at 10:36 pm |

    and just for kicks: #ScrewYouJacket

  2. Jewell
    Jewell November 13, 2012 at 7:38 am |

    This is a match call and then some. 🙂

    I’ll remember three moments most of all – the first, a lunging, on the run FH CC passing winner that brought up a break point for Djokovic in the first set. The second was Federer’s own FH CC pass that, I think, saved a set point in the TB – just a brilliant point from both. (enjoyed watching it again via GIF, thanks for that.) And the third, Djokovic’s incredible, lunging, on the run, BH pass down the line that won him the match. Wonderful. I do like passing shots. 🙂

  3. Fernando
    Fernando November 13, 2012 at 10:05 am |

    Fernando appreciates the kind words form The Changeover. Your stock is rising. Fernando will continue to visit.

    IT was always Maestro who had to take chances to win each point which reduced his margin of error. And over the course of the match, having to always be the aggressor and play at such a high level resulted in more errors. Maestro needed to get more free points on his serve but that became increasingly difficult against Djoker’s great returning. Impossible for Maestro to sustain the high level needed all match.

    Still and all Maestro did have his chances but the constant strain of having to produce winner after winner was too much. And of course, Nole must get the credit for this. His defense, especially on an indoor court was so good that sometimes you felt that Maestro was running out of ideas, no?

    I am Fernando @vivafernando

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