In the first match of the day, Roger Federer cruised past surprise semifinalist Alexandr Dolgopolov, 6-3, 6-1.
It was just one of those days for Dolgopolov; too many errors.
Mirka and Gavin Rossdale enjoyed the Fed’s efforts.
Next, Novak Djokovic took out John Isner in an excruciating three sets. (Jeff has more on the match here). Djokovic twice failed to serve out the match in straights, then dropped the second set tiebreak. He played a little better in the third set, and Isner faded quickly.
We agree, John.
“Thank god it’s over.”
All right, Novak, you just beat John Isner, tone it down a little.
I didn’t get to see the doubles finals, but Su-Wei Hsieh and Shuai Peng took out Cara Black and Sania Mirza to win the women’s title.
And the Bryan Bros took out Alexander Peya and Bruno Soares.
This is cute:
Is “John Isner” in italics supposed to tell me that he’s a crappy tennis player?
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