11 Responses

  1. Francisco Vallejo F.
    Francisco Vallejo F. January 25, 2013 at 6:00 am |

    Hola mijito; estoy en Ginebra y te estoy siguiendo en el análisis del partido, me alegra, me imagino tendrán muchos seguidores. Estamos en contacto. Creo que va a gañera RF en cuatro.

  2. Matt Zemek
    Matt Zemek January 25, 2013 at 12:22 pm |

    Juan Jose,

    You have proven to be every bit as good a regular tennis writer as your tweets and Tennis.com postings have indicated over the past seven-plus years. Your hallmark is that you pack more thought-provoking insights into one match post than many others in the profession. So much to ponder here. 85 percent of what you say is undoubtedly correct, 15 percent quite debatable (I have to get you to reassess the 2012 Wimbledon final to a level beyond only “somewhat interesting” 😉 …), but 100 percent of it makes me, the reader, think. That’s what good content does.


  3. Matt (secondservehack)
    Matt (secondservehack) January 25, 2013 at 12:30 pm |

    I only saw the end of the fourth set and the fifth, so I’m grateful to Juan José’s tireless work throughout the tournament on these analyses. It really just looked like Murray was too much for Federer to handle in the end, and up until now I think Nadal is the only person about whom we could say that.

    A word about Federer’s um, outburst. Certainly it was no big deal, as people get irritated on the tennis court and things happen, but I want to pick a bone with the ESPN commentators anyway. They more or less laughed off the outburst, which was probably the best way to go about it, but imagine, just imagine, if Azarenka had done something like that…

  4. Henk
    Henk January 25, 2013 at 4:17 pm |

    Thanks for these analyses, Juan, they are much appreciated.

  5. Jewell
    Jewell January 25, 2013 at 4:22 pm |

    *loves liveblog*

  6. mat4
    mat4 January 25, 2013 at 8:44 pm |

    Excellent post, as always.

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