Yevgeny's level was going up and down all the match. He was making all the play, winners, errors. Once he adapted to Ferrero's game, Ferrero didn't have much to say in the match, Yevgeny should have beaten him pretty easily in the third, but he was playing too lazy at 3:1, 4:2, having the breakpoints, had good chances to double break and finish it off. Ferrero looked completely hopeless by then. But with some easy errors he let Ferrero back into the match, then suddenly it got pretty close. He did get things under control in the tiebreaker. Ferrero was playing about the same level during all match, Yevgeny's level was all the differnece.
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