Well today was a total shitfest and I now have a easy way of beating my friend, I can't believe he's sponsored and ranked in juniors and has made finals of White tournaments especially after his play today. I normally play like a Sharapova, bashing a ball wherever I can however I knew with the wind that would just miserably fail so I played like a major pusher and because my friend is also kind of a pusher when people push him he gets crushed mentally because he has no real weapons, his serve is weak, forehand and backhand are just average, he can volley well and if anything his lob is his weapon..
So we held both our serves to 6-6 before I managed to cruise through the tiebreaker 7-4, I played the worst that set, I couldn't jump for my serve so I was serving like Errani on a bad day but of course I just pushed him and eventually he made the error and the rare winner.
Second set, easy, hit 2 aces in the first game, managed to hit a few backhand winners which is terribly rare for me and produced a few beautiful dropshots, was about to bagel him but he put me off when in rage he hit the ball over the fence, which ultimately just pissed me off and I even told him to stop being a brat. He won that game, I won my serve, he won his serve and I held again to take the set 6-2.
Last set, he gave up after I broke him twice. Again I hit some nice winners, especially off the forehand return I probably hit 5+ winners just off forehand returns from his serve. My serve crumbled a bit however I just directed it in good place and sliced it and he either hit it out or just made it harder for himself by trying to produce topspin and most of the time putting it low. Last two games he cracked the shits again, threw his racquet twice, I hoped they'd break because he was just being a complete bad sport. Match point I hit a perfect forehand winner down the line that not even Serena could get
Shaking of hands was weird, he had his head down because he knew I was pissed off at him. Final score 7-6, 6-2, 6-1. I think I hit more winners then unforced errors, take one or two.