|Is Andy thanking God for the wind?|
The most unfortunate part I felt was for David Ferrer. He handled himself very well in those first seven games and Djokovic didn't. But in spite of there being blue skies still he was not allowed to try to serve out the set. I understand the need for precaution (though it sounds like the severe storm didn't come), but what a frustrating situation. I hope for his sake he is able to come back tomorrow and serve out the set on the first try. Even winning the first set, his chances of pulling off the upset, in my opinion, would probably be 5% or less. But he would have to feel good to at least take a set off the defending champion.
I have to admit as I was watching the first semifinal that I was wishing these conditions had been in effect Wednesday night as Roger took the court against Berdych. When he plays in wind it seems to affect him not a bit. What a different scenario we could be looking at. But that isn't the case and one must move on (though it certainly ticks me off when I once again see articles coming out that the end is near for Federer just because he lost a match again - don't even get me going on that one!).
Anyway, I regress. I would predict a four set win for Novak against Ferrer and a straight set win by Serena tomorrow. As for Monday, though I'm not really a Murray fan, I would like to see him get his first grand slam win. It's time and I hope he can pull it off.