I actually didn't hear about Delpo mentioning his wrist much-according to a journo on twitter, he wouldn't cite fatigue as a reason for the loss,and said he hadn't had any wrist pain during the day either.He said he just a bad day and Kamke played really well.
I suspect it was a combination of things, whether he was prepared to mention them or not. He could have been concerned in case his wrist flared up again (and he definitely mentioned it during IW). Also I thought he looked a bit jaded in the first set, which I suppose was to be expected so soon after IW. Stamina isn't one of Delpo's best attributes. I had hoped the rain break might help him but, although I didn't see the second set, it obviously didn't.
I'm certainly not trying to denigrate Kamke's performance because from the way I saw him playing I think he could have posed a bit of a problem for any of the top players. It'll be interesting though to see how he fares against Jurgen Melzer.
You don't realise how much you rely on electricity until you don't have it.
I know, and it's quite scary really. Back in Jan/Feb1972 electricity had to be strictly rationed in the UK because of a national miners' strike. We had rotas in place to make sure that each area took it in turn to be switched on or off and householdlers and businesses were given supplies of candles. It seemed like a bit of fun to begin with, especially as the office had to close early because by 3 pm it was getting too dark to see, but after a couple of weeks it began to get decidedly wearing.