Tony Grist (poliphilo) wrote,
Tony Grist
poliphilo

Men's Final

I don't think you can call a match a classic unless it goes to five sets, but this wasn't far off.  All the stats (unforced errors and the like) were in Murray's favour but Federer won anyway. Game 6, set 3- with its ten deuces- was the point on which the match turned. Murray hared around the court, falling over three times; Federer never made a move that wasn't beautiful.
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