He wasn't broken, he gifted it away, that's the point. Most of the 3rd set was a combination of servebotting and uninspired return games, which is lame AF.So because Tsitsipas was broken once in the 3rd set yesterday, he was "weak"? How the fuck does any of this make any sense to you?:lol:
A bunch of good rallies/shots are easily overshadowed by mental weakness paired with servebotting and lacklustre returning. Hyping up male mediocrity is one of the main pillars of sexism, that's what bothers me. :xSo basically, this was your only reason for posting what doesn't make sense: some kind of insecurity that some people might like an ATP match or tournament better than its female counterpart? If a clean match dominated by winners and offensive play and variety and athleticism between 2 technically gifted players don't appeal to you, I'm curious to know what the hell kind of matches do you then enjoy? Cos it's a real puzzle. Did you need to see maybe some more double faults and moonballs to appeal to your tastes?