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Re: Winston-Salem F: (1) Bautista-Agut def. Dzumhur 6-4 6-4
It wasn't a great match. Neither guy played nearly as well as he did in the semifinal. Dzumhur was just dead tired in the legs because apparently it was his 11th match in 12 days. I don't know if RBA was tired, probably more nervous than anything else.
I became a big Dzumhur fan while watching him this tournament. The guy is lightning quick, sneaky, and clever. His net game is simply fantastic. Not so much today because his legs were weary, but last night against Edmund, his net coverage is simply unbelievable. Between his instincts and his quick feet, he always seemed to be in the right place to cover the pass. He can stick the volley or feather a dropper, crack it to the open court or hit behind his opponent. And as Brad Gilbert pointed out many times, he has a way of sneaking into the net that makes it very difficult to pass him. Instead of hitting the approach and rushing in, he'll wait a moment inside the baseline, see that his opponent is in a tough spot, and then zip up to the net in a blink. It seems that most players today fall into one of two categories: either they're pushers who wait for their opponent to miss, or they're bashers. Dzumhur is neither/nor. He's an all-court guy (his serve is too weak to serve & volley) who looks for every possible opportunity to sneak up to the net and put away the volley. It's a style of play that is almost lost nowadays.
I agree that Dzumhur isn't exactly the politest player out there. Last night he really got into it with Edmund and a bit today against Bautista, and in both matches he got into it with the umpire. He kind of reminds me of Jimmy Connors, a bit of a chip on his shoulder, like everybody is against him. I think he also kinda fabricates conflict in order to fire himself up. Not a great quality, but as long as he doesn't get too carried away, I'm a fan. "