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Originally posted by Tlazolteotl Tlazolteotl wrote:

I could tell Venus was in trouble from her first service game, where Muzuruga was having no problem returning. Court was slow which didn't help but wouldn't have changed the result. Went to bed after first set, when it was all over red rover.



Yep it was pretty clear that Muguruza was on top pretty much right from the start. Williams had a couple of break points but really apart from that she was under the pump. Second set was a wipe out so glad I didn't bother continuing to watch although it did only go for 25 or so min.
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Originally posted by ExceedAndExcel ExceedAndExcel wrote:

Originally posted by Tlazolteotl Tlazolteotl wrote:

I could tell Venus was in trouble from her first service game, where Muzuruga was having no problem returning. Court was slow which didn't help but wouldn't have changed the result. Went to bed after first set, when it was all over red rover.



Yep it was pretty clear that Muguruza was on top pretty much right from the start. Williams had a couple of break points but really apart from that she was under the pump. Second set was a wipe out so glad I didn't bother continuing to watch although it did only go for 25 or so min.



Tonight will be a cracker. Want to see Fed add to his list of titles and he is deserved favourite but this should be a lot closer than the betting suggests. Could well go the distance.
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Federer, what a champ. Just awesome.
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Originally posted by ExceedAndExcel ExceedAndExcel wrote:

Originally posted by ExceedAndExcel ExceedAndExcel wrote:

Originally posted by Tlazolteotl Tlazolteotl wrote:

I could tell Venus was in trouble from her first service game, where Muzuruga was having no problem returning. Court was slow which didn't help but wouldn't have changed the result. Went to bed after first set, when it was all over red rover.



Yep it was pretty clear that Muguruza was on top pretty much right from the start. Williams had a couple of break points but really apart from that she was under the pump. Second set was a wipe out so glad I didn't bother continuing to watch although it did only go for 25 or so min.



Tonight will be a cracker. Want to see Fed add to his list of titles and he is deserved favourite but this should be a lot closer than the betting suggests. Could well go the distance.



A bit of an anti-climax but a great result all the same. How does he still play like this at 35? Amazing!
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Rosewall made it at 40, admittedly got thrashed. Genetics have a lot to do with it no doubt and of course maintaining the desire
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Originally posted by Whale Whale wrote:

Rosewall made it at 40, admittedly got thrashed. Genetics have a lot to do with it no doubt and of course maintaining the desire


Appears the runner up was gone in the fetlock.     Hard man Roger without injury .      No hope with some.
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