I fully expected David Ferrer to win that match. I only had hope for Andy Roddick after he held is first three service games. I can't remember the last time he did that against Ferrer. He's lost to the Spaniard three times in a row, and four of the last five.
There was nothing between them. And that's not just a figure of speech. Their stats were virtually the same. Both players used the entire court and struck shots that would elicit loud are you kidding me?'s from a certain ESPN commentator when his favorite player struck them. Ferrer has found his form again. All he needs is confidence.
Andy has now won two of the three best matches I've seen so far at this event.