Wouldn’t be surprised if Djokovic pulls out of the match now. Two sets down.
He’s a break down in the third too.
Fair play to him for playing on… there are some other players who’d have retired “injured”.
6-6 - on a tie breaker now
All set up now for a Federer-Nadal final. Federer probably would have seen off Djokovoc but it may have taken a bit of a toll on him.
Dimitrov will still feel very much in with a shout, though.
… or not.
… or not…
All playing into Kyle Edmund’s hands… and him a real Brit and all, not like the sweaty, Murray.
Nadal looked in bits. Pity they cant take the narcs anymore to get through these long games. All set up for Fed again
And there you have it…
So many top players either not playing or retiring from games through injury. How were they able to sustain themselves previously through the same length of season?
Fed, playing shi*e… serving at 2-5 down, saves a few set point to take the set into a tie-break and then he destroys Berdych in the tie-break.
Doesn’t augur well for Berdych if Fed gets going.
Loving the comments to the umpire. Seems to be giving Fed that extra bit he needed to get going
While ironing a shirt this morning, I was watching a women’s doubles game. A Taiwanese woman and a Chinese woman were paired together playing. They each played two-handed forehands as well as two-handed backhands. It looked weird.
2 sets up, looking good for Fed, now.
Another straights sets victory - he was toying with him, almost, at the end.
Halep almost chokes again. 5-0 up in the final set, she falls 5-6 behind but then wins the next three games to go through to the final.
South-African born Kyle Edmund is down two sets to nil in his semi-final with Marin Cilic.
Really, is he South African??
Born in South Africa but moved to the UK with his parents when he was 3, according to Wiki. If true, he is really British.
… definitely South African, now that he lost.
Federer being pushed all the way by Cilic. You’d still imagine that he’ll see this one out.
She choked again. Can’t believe it.
Fed serving for the championship.
Incredible 5th set from him. Long live The Fed !