溫布敦的Day 1 出現了第五種子Nadal 驚奇出局的big news外
溫布敦的Day 2 似乎一切都還是照著劇本走 該贏的贏吧
雖然過程很艱辛 可是終究是過關了 真是可喜可賀
加上 盧桑也是溫布敦八強俱樂部的一份子 還是存有草地實力
所以 今天的第二輪 Murray vs Lu 想必會成為媒體注目的焦點
盧桑雖然賽前有說 他沒想自己會擊敗Murray 這樣說是謙遜同時也是幫自己減壓
至於另外一位王桑 從會外賽一路打進正賽 甚至還通過了第一關 這真的也是值得恭喜
要不然碰上網帶不理人 往往會輸得很生氣呢 哈哈哈
加油了 台灣三位戰士晉級第二輪的球員們 !
Wimbledon 2013 Day 2 Highlights: Novak Djokovic v Florian Mayer
日常生活中可以多多發現自己的優點 多多鼓勵自己 讓自己活得更快樂!
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Wimbledon - Djokovic eases into second round
Top seed Novak Djokovic proved rock solid as he cruised past Germany's Florian Mayer 6-3 7-5 6-4 to reach the second round of Wimbledon on Tuesday.
The Serb broke 34th-ranked Mayer's opening service game and never looked troubled on Centre Court, wrapping up victory by swiping away a winning forehand.
Following fifth seed Rafa Nadal's shock exit on Monday, a whiff of mutiny was in the air among the tour's lesser lights and the Serb was not taking any chances.
哈哈 看來Nadal的第一天出局 的確對後頭出場的球員有著警惕的作用
"Knowing his quality, knowing that we played in the quarter-final last year obviously gave me enough reason to not underestimate him and respect the fact that I need to be 100 percent focused from the start and try to have the control of the match," Djokovic told reporters.
"And that's what I did. I played well in the important moments.
Djokovic was back in action for the first time since losing a semi-final epic against Nadal at the French Open and looked sharp on the lush grass.
His returns frequently found their intended targets, hitting the lines, driving Mayer deeper and moving him to and fro on court and further out of his psychological comfort zone.
Djokovic was able to up the tempo with weapons missing from the German's arsenal, while his familiar ability to stay in points to the bitter end frequently paid dividends.
After breaking Mayer in his opening service game and cruising through the first set, the Serb sought to turn the screw at the start of the second.
In a rare moment of resilience, the German, ranked 34 in the world, survived six break points in the third game to keep his nose in front.
Any lingering hopes of causing an upset, however, were wiped away when he was broken in the 11th game, with Djokovic striking the decisive blow with a scorching backhand winner at the end of a tiring rally in which Mayer had missed an easy overhead.
After serving out the second set Djokovic broke in the first game of the third then turned off the afterburners to cruise home.
His next opponent will be an American in the form of either qualifier Bobby Reynolds or wildcard Steve Johnson, but Djokovic will be taking nothing for granted.
"The sport is evolving, like everything in life," he added.
"Everybody is getting better, getting more professional. At the opening stages of Grand Slams, there are a lot of quality players who have nothing to lose really coming on the Centre Court or Court One, playing in front of 10,000 or more people.
"Against one of the top players, you know, what can you really lose? You're going to play your best tennis."
嗯....的確 每位球員碰到世界第一 往往會腎上腺素大大的發揮
nothing to lose是件很可怕的事
這 就是世界第一的壓力吧 ~~~與對手比起來 想必會比較怕輸 !