Djokovic feels close to last year's stunning form

 

當球迷上週末看到這麼一則新聞報導的標題

忍不住就留意起來了

 

 

Yes,

寶貝呀寶貝 ! 就說嘛! ~~~話不要說太早嘛!

這下子彷彿在自打嘴巴似的

 

Indian Wells 第一輪輪空 第二輪才上場的寶貝

Nole vs Fognini

第一盤打得順風順水 只花19分鐘就以6-0的比分拿下來

沒想到第二盤

沒有戲劇性一點就不配當Joker的寶貝

竟然就直接搞笑的陷入掙扎  讓比賽拖入第三盤

 

北美的比賽 對東方的球迷來說  要follow是相當吃力

球迷只能從官網的即時文字播報中 了解賽況

一邊是第一盤慘被掃蕩的Fognini的反撲

一邊是愛鬧愛"戀棧"的寶貝的欲去還留

so......最近極少送人盤數的寶貝 至此就"大方"的送給尼尼先生一盤了

而在這場比賽的賽後,不少新聞標題都對寶貝這場賽事寫滿驚恐過關的文字敘述

畢竟頭號大種子竟然在第一天上場就碰到釘子 算是比較少見 (請參考一下 第二,三,四,五種子....)

所以說寶貝這種大嘴巴  話還是不要說太滿

用場上表現證明 絕對比口上功夫來得好啦

就算要說 也讓球評們去說 自己千萬不要這樣說  

今天輪空 明天才有比賽 

人家Nadal 平白過了一關 Federer也是牛刀小試

明天的賽事 寶貝又要以何種面貌出現呢 ? 

 

Nole-2013IndianWells-0311-R2  

球迷雖然很愛看戲......

but.....球場上的驚奇戲碼 還是少上演 對球迷的心臟比較好

萬望寶貝切記呀切記.........

 

 

 

For Reference :

以下是路透社March 9 及 March 11的相關報導:

 

 先來瞧瞧寶貝說了哪些太過滿盈的話

 

Tennis - Djokovic feels close to last year's stunning form

 

Oozing confidence after making a sizzling 13-0 start to the year, Novak Djokovic looks every inch the same player who reigned supreme in the men's game during his astonishingly successful 2011 season.

 

Though the Serbian world number one was reluctant to make any predictions about how his 2013 campaign may pan out, he sounded an ominous warning to his rivals on Friday while talking about his sensational early form.

"It feels the same (as it did in 2011) ... the way I started the year," Djokovic said at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden, where he will play his opening match of the BNP Paribas Open in the second round on Sunday.

"I have great memories from 2011. That was by far my most successful year in the career. But it's very early still to say what's going to happen, so I don't want to predict anything. (其實寶貝的確也沒把話說死....只不過.....終究容易言多必失....)

"My mindset will stay the same, and that is to enjoy the moment, to be in the moment, to try to do my best in the present, take it step by step and then see how far I can go."

In 2011, Djokovic won a career-best 10 ATP titles, including three Grand Slam crowns, after reaching 11 finals en route to a stunning 70-6 match record.

He won his first seven tournaments of the season while compiling a 41-match winning streak, the best run to start a year since John McEnroe's 42 in 1984.

Fast forward two years and the dominant Djokovic has triumphed in his first two events, winning the Australian Open in January and the Dubai Championships last week, while extended his winning streak to 18 matches since October.

"So far so good," the 25-year-old Serb said of his unbeaten run since Andy Murray defeated him in last year's US Open final.

 

"I couldn't ask for a better start of the season, winning Australia and Dubai, playing on hard courts, which is my most successful and most preferable surface that suits my game the best.

"Obviously winning in Australia for the last couple of years gives me a strong sense of confidence which I carry into this tournament. I think that's one of the big reasons why I tend to play my best in this period."

Hardcourt specialist Djokovic has always enjoyed competing at Indian Wells, winning the title here in 2008 and 2011 after losing to Spaniard Rafa Nadal in the 2007 final.

"I won this tournament in the past and I like spending time here and in Miami these few weeks," the Serb smiled. "Hard courts are my favourite surface. This is where I feel most comfortable and confident on the court."

Djokovic expressed delight that his good friend and rival Nadal, also a double champion at Indian Wells, was back on the ATP Tour after being sidelined for seven months last year due to a left knee injury.

"It's really great to see him back for our sport in general, for fans, for everyone who loves tennis because he's such a popular and charismatic player," said the Serb, a six-times Grand Slam champion.

"I have seen a few of his matches ... he's still very impressive on clay, you know. Not much has changed. That's his favourite surface. He's the king of clay, he's so comfortable playing there." (*嗯....看來寶貝有在偵探敵情....為紅土戰做準備哩)

Left-hander Nadal returned to the ATP circuit last month in South America where he competed in three relatively minor claycourt events, winning two of them after reaching all three finals.

 

 

 March 11 news: 

 

Tennis - Djokovic fights through to third round

Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic had to work much harder than expected to book his place in the third round of the Indian Wells Masters.

 

Top seed Djokovic lost his bearings in the second set before beating Italy's Fabio Fognini 6-0 5-7 6-2.

 "It was definitely a difficult challenge today," Serbian Djokovic said courtside after breaking the feisty Fognini in the fourth and eighth games of the third set to claim victory.

 "Fabio played very well towards the end of the second set but it was all my fault," said the world number one, who squandered one match point in the 10th game of that set before being broken in the 11th when he netted a forehand.

"I had a very bad game at 4-2, made a couple of unforced errors, got him back in the match. Next thing you know we're one set all and a couple of tight games. I'm just happy to get through."  (*只能說 知道認錯就好.....)

 Djokovic, who had stormed through the opening set in just 19 minutes, wrapped up his fourth win in four matches against Fognini when the 36th-ranked Italian netted a backhand.

 The Serb, a perfect 14-0 this year after winning the Australian Open in January and the Dubai Championships last week, will next meet Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov, a 6-4 6-4 winner against Australia's Matthew Ebden.

"My confidence level is high obviously because of the run I had this year," Djokovic said. "Game-wise, everything works. I feel good about myself." (**是說才剛說完.....寶貝又在說滿話 實在是拿他沒辦法!)

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  • 當時我正要上第二節(體育課)..
    想說寶貝很壞 打這麼快 我根本不能看..
    結果後來就.. =_______=
    到第三節課還在打..
  • 哈哈...所以球迷覺得第三輪這種模式比較妥當呀

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