Quote (SeaBas @ Sep 12 2011 04:33pm)
I think it's interesting how Federer seems to do better against Djokovic than Nadal.. and Federer worse against Nadal and Nadal worse against Djokovic..
Federer is bothered a lot by the high topspin balls, and Djoko just hits straight through them. Their playing styles are so different that it's great to watch them.
it's like rock paper scissors in a way.
lol anyone read/remember this story?http://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/blogs/world-of-sport/article/50077/
The anonymous 33-year-old had put together a 26-bet unbroken run that bookies believe is a world record, turning an initial stake of £8,500 into £161,000 over less than two months despite restricting himself to bets that carry only tiny risks.
But having staked £120,000 on Djokovic to beat Federer at odds of 1/3, the man dubbed "Dead Cert Man" by bookies William Hill finally saw his streak come to an end.
major facepalm moment