Same thing really.
Don't think the Austrians would agree with you there - whatever he is Melzer has just broken him. Maybe it takes a set to get the measure of someone you haven't played in a while - f ever - don't know if they've ever met.
Don't know if anyone was able to watch the other matches this p.m. but Roddick did not play to his usual standard and was easy meat for Soderling who wasn't in top form either. Llodra however is full of confidence and won a brilliant match against a below form Davydenko. Should our Andy get through this evening and then beat Fed ( as he has done before) he will have the play his best to win the tourney. Maybe going out sometime soon will help him to rest up a bit for the O2 but I'm looking at that as a consolation for him losing I suppose!