WTF Day 4

Written By: achangeofends - Nov• 23•10

I can’t believe it’s already Day 4. Time flies. Anyway, it’s Day 2 for Group A and hopefully we have two awesome matches coming our way. But before we check out Wednesdays action, let’s do a quick recap of what went down today. Fed beat Andy M, convincingly (6-4 6-2.) What happened to the Andy that played Ferrer on Sunday? That guy was on fire, and this guy, well, wasn’t. No worries if you’re a Murray fan, he still has a chance to advance to the semifinals with a win over Ferrer on Thursday. In the evening match, Robin Soderling beat David Ferrer 7-5 7-5. I still feel bad for Ferrer. He fights so hard and comes so close to winning, but never really does. However, this was a much needed win for Sod. Although, something stands in his way of making the semifinals, and that something is Roger Federer. Soderling is 1-14 against Roger Federer. I’ll be back with an in depth preview of these two matches tomorrow. On to Wednesday’s action…

Tomas Berdych vs. Andy Roddick – Not Before 2pm GMT

I’m still a little torn up over Andy’s almost win over Nadal on Monday, but Tomas Berdych is no Rafael Nadal. We saw that at this year’s Wimbledon. Even better for Andy, he’s playing way better than he was this June and Tomas is playing way worse. Honestly, the way Berdych as been playing the last few months, I’d be surprised if he wins any of his three round robin matches, which is sad because he put in a lot of hard work to get here. I’d love to see Roddick advance to the semis and a win here would keep him in contention. Better yet, Andy’s 6 and 2 against Berdych. Roddick in two.

Rafael Nadal vs. Novak Djokovic – Not Before 8pm GMT

As expected, this match will be played in front of a packed house tomorrow night. When players of this caliber meet, the match can go either way. Rafa may lead the head to head 15-7, but that still means that Nole has won 7 of there meetings, why can’t this be number 8? Both guys won their opening matches on Monday, which puts them out in front in the race for the semis, but a win tomorrow will make one of them almost a lock. While Rafa struggled in his match against Andy Roddick and Djokovic breezed past Berdych, Rafa had the tougher opponent on Monday. I think his match against Roddick may have been a wake up call. Rafa in three.

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One Comment

  1. osmonde says:

    I like your view on Nadal's match tomorrow.
    Hope he will come true, he needs it.


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