Monfils Makes Magic, Meets Soderling in Paris Final
by Sean Randall | November 14th, 2010
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To paraphrase Robbie Koenig, if you couldn’t get with tennis on Saturday you are a very hard person to please. What a day of tennis; arguably one of the best pair of semifinal matches in recent history.

First, it was Robin Soderling saving 3 matchpoints in a 6-7(0), 7-5, 7-6(6) thriller over Michael Llodra.

“Today it was a great match. It wasn’t maybe pretty, but I’m here as a winner,” reflected Soderling. “I think tennis is a very mental sport, because everybody can play; everybody is so good. So it’s the mental [aspect] that’s going to decide a lot of matches.”

And he’s right, tennis is so very mental.

After getting blasted by Llodra in the first set breaker at love, the Swede hung around got a break to win the second and then went up an early break in the third.

But credit to Llodra. The 30-year-old was playing the tournament of his life – he had beaten John Isner, Novak Djokovic and Nikolay Davydenko to reach the last four – just kept making incredible volley after incredible volley. It was breathtaking to watch at times.

And finally, with Soderling serving 5-6 Llodra earned three matchpoint chances during an epic 15-minute game. Soderling survived but Llodra had a the chance of a lifetime with a good look at a forehand pass off a poor Soderling volley that the lefty just shoved into the net.

That was it. That was the moment. That’s why tennis is so mental.

Llodra still forced Robin to the brink in the breaker but that forehand pass is something Michael is thinking about this very minute.

If that wasn’t enough excitement the second match featuring Roger Federer and Parisian favorite Gael Monfils arguably exceeded the drama of the first semifinal.

Monfils, playing some spectacular tennis, nabbed the first in a breaker. Federer rushed back taking the second also in a breaker.

At the start of the third Monfils began to wobble. The showman appeared to be tiring as Federer went up a break 4-1 in the final set. And it looked like a washout for the Frenchmen on Saturday.

But Federer began to spray the ball – we’ve seen that movie before, haven’t we? (Berdych, Baghdatis, etc). Monfils got the break back and got the momentum, the energy and the crowd, which seemed to be rather subdued for much of the second semifinal (perhaps worn out from the first one).

Then with Monfils serving at 5-6 another epic game, this time it was the Frenchman trying to save his ass. Federer had not one but FIVE matchpoints chances on the Gael’s serve but was simply unable to convert. Federer made some poor errors in the end while Monfils toughed it out to close out the game and win it in a final set breaker.

The final score: Monfils saved five matchpoints to win 7-6(7), 6-7(1), 7-6(4).

“I’m happy I won against Rog,” said Monfils who had been 0-5 career against the Swiss. “He’s someone I admire a lot. He’s a legend of tennis, ‘the’ legend, and beating him is a beautiful victory. I will remember that for my whole life. And also it happened in very special conditions for me, in Paris, so it’s only happiness.”

Said Federer, “I feel good. I’m playing well. It was not a bad match today. I’m happy with my performance. Clearly with a victory today I would have had big chances of winning this tournament tomorrow. This is not the case, so now I have to look at the future. I’m going to prepare for London.”

Incredible stuff from both matches. As for Roger, unless he craps out of London I’m not putting much into this defeat. Fact is he did have matchpoints – yes, five of them – but at this stage of the season he’s looking toward London.

For Monfils it’s a tremendous win and a great confidence booster. And he’ll need that tomorrow against Soderling. Robin’s 2-0 against Gael and both those were straight-set wins.

“The toughest thing for tomorrow is that I want that victory,” Monfils said. “I know it’s not going to be easy, because Robin really killed me last week. I think I’m going to step into the court and put pressure on him as much as I can. I’m at home. I want that victory. It’s going to be interesting, let’s say.”

But this is Paris and Monfils will have the crowd in a frenzy and he’ll be dancing like a jitterbug out their. I just don’t know how much Gael has left in the tank. He’s had issues with fitness before, especially in 5-set matches, and after a string of three-setters this week and then an emotional win Saturday there has to be some concern that there’s little in the way of reserves.

And even further worry when you consider Soderling is a guy who doesn’t care about who he’s playing or how much the crowd is against him. He just save a handful of matchpoints in his win over Llodra in front of his very vocal crowd. He’s also played spoiler in beating Federer and Nadal in Paris and I’m sure he won’t hesitate to put another dagger in heart of the French fans by taking down Gael.

But I’m going to stick with Monfils tomorrow. Somehow, after a long week of tennis, playing in the last match of his 2010 season he walks away with the biggest title of his career.

Allez La Monf!

SUNDAY PARIS SCHEDULE

CENTRAL COURT start 12:15 pm
M Knowles (BAH) / A Ram (ISR) vs [6] M Bhupathi (IND) / M Mirnyi (BLR)

Not Before 3:00 PM
[12] G Monfils (FRA) vs [4] R Soderling (SWE)


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73 Comments for Monfils Makes Magic, Meets Soderling in Paris Final

bobby Says:

Monfils deserved the win.He definitely has the talent to be among the best.Only thing is to have a have a proper attitude.


Kimmi Says:

ah that loss for federer still hurts. the manner of that loss is what messed up my whole day yesterday. :(

So happy for la monf though. I really hope he maintains his good form to win today. bring those big serves back, you will be ok. forget about that stupid loss in valencia…seen la monf all this week i cannot understand how he lost to soderling 2 and 1 last week.

Go la monf!


TGiT Says:

On the practical side, Fed has gained points in every tourney since US Open. He faded last year and this year I like what I see. It has been a great and very busy five weeks for Fed. This tourney was a combo serve fest and a game of chicken and Monfils came out on top.

I think Fed is soooo ready for London. That serve has been amazing to watch through 4 consecutive tournaments. He is as he says “Match Ready!” I completely agree.


margot Says:

Head says Sod but heart says Monfils, oh what the heck, allez, allez Monfils, indeed!
i am it: I can hardly be cross with you for doing today what I did yesterday! I’m only saddened that you don’t love Andy as much as I do :-*
conty: seems to me your taking a professional interest in Sod’s bodily fluids…;)
Ps let’s turn all our good thoughts for a mo. away from tennis, towards Aung San Suu Kyi, one of the most courageous human beings on the planet.


Gannu Says:

Kimmi… same feelings here…My head is spinning and my weekend is screwed.. The issue is not about the loss but the way fed loses match these days.. 5 match points and then he messses up.. it is just irritating and hurting… When he lost in Shanghai in straght sets to Murray i didnt feel bad at all because Murray outplayed fed by a mile.. so its fine.. but not this way… i hope this doesnt dent federer’s confidence.. to lose 5 matches in a year with MPs is a bit to much..


Gannu Says:

TGIF… Federer nowadays is all about taking one match at a time.. u just cant extrapolate a sesason and then say he is reday for London… he is so unpredicatble these days.. he plays like vintage fed one match and that suddenly starts spraying forehands the next match…!


i am it Says:

margot Says: “i am it: I can hardly be cross with you [for cheering for Sod]. . . saddened that you don’t love Andy as much as I do :-*”

Sadly, every selection involves rejection. Most theories support this, including as remote as Gestalt theory’s figure and ground or quantum physicist Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle or math philosopher Kurt Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorem, or another math philosopher G. Spencer-Brown’s Laws of Form.
Sorry I could not avoid poking at you. Truth: I was in the process of sowing love for AM after I made a deal with a friend of mine that she accept Del Potro as her 3rd best after in exchange of me registering AM as my 3rd best along with Del Potro and Djoko/Fed. She could not keep her words and I was obliged to return the favor.
Fortunately, some of my fans—I do have some 65 at Bleacher and a few at Tennis Planet—are hardcore Murray fans. I like ‘em all. Some of them get mad at me whenever I am mean to AM. Like you, they have been nice to me. Thanks.


i am it Says:

Sean,
Well-crafted piece, as most of the time. I missed something from the opening part, maybe not enough your heart, your excitement, and emotions for Monfils, though the following stood out at the end:

“But I’m going to stick with Monfils tomorrow. Somehow, after a long week of tennis, playing in the last match of his 2010 season he walks away with the biggest title of his career.

Allez La Monf!”

In truth, nothing was missing. I was only expecting a bit more excitement. For your sake, Allez La Monf (though I will still be cheering for Sod’s 1st masters). I will be equally happy for Gael if he wins his 1st at home, and I mean it.


margot Says:

i am it: how can I not be? :)
conty: he really does blow his nose on the towel and then put it on his head…thanx for making me notice…:(
How I wish Magnus Norman was Andy’s coach, he has done such wonders with Sod’s head. All Andy needs.
early break for Sod :( Gael start playing smart, think how Fed beats Sod! D’yer hear?


margot Says:

First set to Sod :(
he’s like your del pot, i am it, when he’s on, hits the ball so damn hard it’s difficult to play him.


Nina Says:

Why do we have thrilling semifinals and then a completely flat final? It’s been like this all year for most tournaments. I can’t remember a really good competitive final this season…
Monfils is way too nervous, he’s not playing freely like he did against Federer. Why?


darii Says:

Way to break, Gael, allez!
Now just needs to keep steady and hold…


margot Says:

bit rude of Fergus not to give the score in French, after all we are in…France…
Nina: I agree but happens so often. Gael looks spent, even when Sod’s level drops he can’t cash in :(


darii Says:

What match was o just watching? I guess I turned my head and got confused!


margot Says:

darii: perhaps u can c the future ;)


madmax Says:

this is the problem. It has remnants of melzer -v-nadal. Melzer takes the biggest scalp of his career -rafa- then promptly falls flat the next match he plays.

monfils seems all out of energy to me, the full realisation of who he beat yesterday seems to have got the better of him today.

This happens so often. I think it will be hard to beat the SF from yesterday.


Fedend Says:

Federer escaped from suffering a one sided humiliation in the 2010 USO final. He is lucky here as well.


i am it Says:

margot Says:
“First set to Sod :(
he’s like your del pot, i am it, when he’s on, hits the ball so damn hard it’s difficult to play him.”

I did not like the analogy that much but that sounds about right.


margot Says:

Sod’s serve is at 32% and Monfils hasn’t had a look at breaking it. He’s gonna lose unless he starts playing with his head. :(


i am it Says:

Margot,
The 1st part of my response to you was to my imaginary reading of your post.
I read like this:
he’s like your del pot, i am it = he’s like Del Potro and you, i am it


margot Says:

commas darling!


i am it Says:

That was an easy victory for Soderling.
Congrats to him for the 1st Masters.


i am it Says:

It was long due for the Swedish King of Indoor.


margot Says:

Soderling completely deserved that, completely out played Gael, who was probably knackered but who had NO game plan. Kept returning the balls straight to Sod in the middle of the court. Ugh!
And now Andy is down to 5, kimmi talk about your weekend being spoiled :’(


madmax Says:

Fedend Says:
Federer escaped from suffering a one sided humiliation in the 2010 USO final. He is lucky here as well.

November 14th, 2010 at 10:14 am

deadend’s in luuurrrrvvvvvrve everyone.

All he ever does is talk about the greatest tennis player ever to play the game.

Congrats to Soderling! Really pleased for him.

Rocking Robin!


i am it Says:

Margot,
If Murray does a little better than Sod at YEC, he will keep the year-end No. 4.


madmax Says:

margot,

I’ve just seen your post – yes – that’s brilliant news – i don’t understand how a nobel peace prize winner can be under house arrest for so long – makes no sense.


Kimberly Says:

so what are the ranking implications within the top 5 here. I would imagine Fed and Sod gain points, Novak loses points. Does Soda go to 4?


Hypnos Says:

Soderling dominated with huge, clean ballstriking — can’t touch that on a fast indoor court.

Well done.

(Interesting that this also applies on muddy clay courts. I guess you need either a lot of time or a clean bounce to take big swings and mask slow foot speed.)


i am it Says:

Kimberly,
the biggest change: Sod and Murray swap their rankings, on Monday’s update.


darii Says:

Congrats to Robin! I wanted a French win, but I am very happy Sod for his first masters now. Tennis in Paris seems to suit him. Anyway, who noticed his engagement ring? So in Swedish tradition men have one, too? Cute.
The trunk/funk will be interesting this week…


Kimberly Says:

I guess I don’t understand how that happened—

yes they both played a grand slam final but Murray won 2 masters and played a grand slam semi also.

Soderling must have done what more?


margot Says:

i am it: am hopeful, Andy says he is “pumped up” for it, but alas so will Sod be. To be honest does it make that difference? Who knows who will rise and fall at AO? Raf and Rog in quarters, little else can you predict…says Yoda..am big fan…;)


NELTA Says:

This definitely shakes up the WTF groupings. Now you could see Djoko and Murray in the same group as Rafa or Fed. Here is an example:

Group A — Group B
Nadal —– Fed
Djoko —– Soda
Murray —- Ferrer
Roddick —- Berdy


madmax Says:

nelta, the draw is for the O2 is out on Tuesday. Could be interesting to have a rafa -v- murray in the first round – cowan said the court favours murray.


jane Says:

Congrats to Soda. Too bad la Monf out of gas.

margot – have taken that moment. Re: Murray – he can still get it back. Now Djoko, Murray, Soda all neck-and-neck! Tight race.


jane Says:

Congrats to Soda. Too bad la Monf out of gas.

margot – have taken that moment. Re: Murray – he can still get it back. Now Djoko, Murray, Soda all neck-and-neck! Tight race.


jane Says:

oops – sorry for the double.


Kimberly Says:

Disagree with the title “Monfils makes magic”, i would say “Monfils doesn’t choke and Fed sprays forehands and backhands” from the replay I watched.


i am it Says:

Nelta,
That’s just one possibility, right?

Kimberly,
You may want to check their ranking breakdown at the ATP.
http://www.atpworldtour.com/Tennis/Players/Top-Players/Robin-Soderling.aspx?t=rb

http://www.atpworldtour.com/Tennis/Players/Top-Players/Andy-Murray.aspx?t=rb


Skeezerweezer Says:

Congrats to Sod! He should be proud of the way he hung in there against Llorda. He has been quoted as he likes to play in a place where the crowd is against him. The two semi-finals left me with no energy to watch the finals, but somehow felt the “indoor man” had a better set oars to row home the prize. Great run for the two Frenchmen, thoroughly enjoyed that, and Fed, well, your hurt some fans of yours this weekend, please win some of those MP’s…pllleasssse :)


i am it Says:

Nelta,
That’s just one possibility, right?

Kimberly,
You may want to check their ranking breakdowns at the ATP (URL links in my previous post, due to which still waiting in moderation).


i am it Says:

Skeeze,
“somehow felt the ‘indoor man’ had a better set of oars to row home the prize.”

Beautifully phrased!


jane Says:

Does anyone know if the race points at the ATP site are updated daily? In other words, only Soda’s point total will change today on that list or??


NELTA Says:

I am it,

Right. Just one of the possibilities.


FedEnd Says:

Take away hard court wins, Federer has ZERO titles in the last 18 months. Federer is done. Federer can win another title only against Mirka.


i am it Says:

Rafend,
Coming into the US Open, Rafa also had not won a title on hard court for almost the same length of time. So, that can happen to any one.


Kimberly Says:

i am it–thanks for the rankings breakdowns

i guess soda overall performed deeper than Murray.

And come on, don’t attack Rafa because of Fedends poor conduct. Rafa is only respectful of Fed. Don’t punish the player because of the Fan. Each and every player has some horrendous fans.


Huh Says:

Ha I am it:

Rafend was intersting. ;)

And agree with Maxi that Feeend seems to be in love with Fed. All that he does is talk about Fed, whoa!
So wat if u don’t love God always, if you hate God always, that’s also a kind of devotion, as is Fedend showing(substitute God by the word Fed here). ;)


Huh Says:

Ha I am it:

Rafend was interesting. ;)

And agree with Maxi that Fedend seems to be in love with Fed. All that he does is talk about Fed, whoa!
So wat if u don’t love God always, if you hate God always, that’s also a kind of devotion, as is Fedend showing(substitute God by the word Fed here). Oh dear! ;)


Vulcan Says:

Federer’s response to anyone saying that he doesn’t have a shot at winning another Wimbledon (at 0:18)-

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jS3a-CqvoiA


FedEnd Says:

Vulcan,
But you have more questions right here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1L-fWEdyqJ4

Next time better come up with some answers from the present. Not something from 150,000 years ago.


Eric Says:

Kimberly, it is a little weird, I agree. Soderling is only in the lead by like 20 points and it is a little unfortunate for Murray… Murray has several hundred more points from Masters events and about 200 from slams. But then Soderling has about 1000 points from his lower-level tournaments (including his Rotterdam title) while Murray has only about 250 from events lower than masters. If he could bring himself to condescend to play well against lower-ranked players he would still have his no. 4 ranking…


FedEnd Says:

Huh, Madmax and other FEDTARDS,
I dont love Fed that much, but I just LUVVVV u all FEDTARDS. You guys are absolutely wonderful and entertaining.
I LUVVV playing with u all FEDTARDS, luv u all, muah.


FedEnd Says:

Eric,

“But then Soderling has about 1000 points from his lower-level tournaments (including his Rotterdam title) while Murray has only about 250 from events lower than masters. If he could bring himself to condescend to play well against lower-ranked players he would still have his no. 4 ranking…”

May be Murray doesnt like to go the Federer way to collect points from all those irrelevant 250 and 500 tourneys to retain his ranking.


Eric Says:

Fedend, I am going to break my own rule against feeding the troll (that would be you), but Roger Federer right now has 7,695 ranking points. 3440 of those are from grand slams (more points than anyone else has from grand slams, except Nadal), 2995 of those are from masters events (more points than anyone else has from masters events, except Nadal), and only 900 are from 500s and 250s. In other words, he would still be the world no. 2 by a convincing margin of over 1,000 points if you count only slams and masters. (Whereas if you also take away Djokovic’s 500 and 250 tournament points, Federer’s lead would increase to about 2,500 points.)

In other words, you’re an idiot.


Eric Says:

Actually my numbers are slightly off because the ATP site hasn’t been updated with the new Paris results yet. Federer actually has 350 more points than I said overall and from masters whereas Djokovic will lose many points so that actually Federer is much further ahead.


FedEnd Says:

But if u take away hard court points Federer would be out of top 5 or may be top 10.


Eric Says:

Uh…well, maybe… or it might just put Nadal even further ahead. No one else has consistently played better than Federer all year, it’s been various people doing well for a couple of tournaments and sucking the rest of the time. For example Murray has about 1000 points from clay and grass events, which is less than Federer. Djokovic would be ahead of him though, and Soderling. That’s probably it although I have better things to do than calculate such irrelevant and stupid rankings…


Eric Says:

Oh, and Berdych. So off the top of my head I guess Federer would be no. 5 if you look only at clay and grass points. But that’s quite idiotic, both on principle (hard court = tennis) and since Federer’s worst slump in form happened to coincide with the spring clay and summer grass tournaments…


dimwitted recluse Says:

oh, well. At least we got to peek at Soderling’s girl friend who, after Sod’s demolition first set,permitted herself a discreet little smile. Ah, that Scandinavian restraint.

Monfils won all the cat and mouse exchanges with Federer, lost them all with Soderling, not exactly the fastest player on tour. That tells you all you need to know about how flat Monfils was. He’s only 24, though, and 4 steps forward, 2 steps back as someone said is acceptable I should have thought. I didn’t like his comment re the Federer victory, though – whilst it was charming it was also a mite too worshipful, almost as if he’ll rest content with that achievement.

Intriguing to see where Soderling will go. He’s 26, so he’s got a bit of time but, considering his chief weakness is a relative lack of pace, not as much as you might think. Even so, he must have garnered a lot of confidence from gaining this title, not least the manner in which he has done so. I didn’t really believe in him as a slam contender before, but it’s hard not to now.

As for O2, it does look open. There seem to be 5 real contenders, although the other three are certainly potential spoilers. Of the 5, a good case can be made for any of them. Whereas personally, I instinctively felt Nadal would win the US, I have no such feelings for the coming tournament. Looking further ahead, whereas a fit Nadal will be favourite for the AO, it won’t be a shoo-in by any means, imo.


Eric Says:

d.r., it is pretty open. My thoughts:

I imagine Nadal will be looking to avenge his catastrophically, hilarious, humiliatingly awful performance last year.

Federer can’t really be counted on to be “hungry” enough to produce his best form. Depending on who is in his group I would give him a very good shot at making out of the RR, but it’s not guaranteed. If Roddick is in his group, that’s basically a free win, but vs Ferrer and Berdych it will also depend on whether they are on fire.

Djokovic, Soderling, and Murray all have decent shots at beating the top seeds in their group, depending. But their play vs one another is hard to predict. I would give Djokovic and Murray the edge over Soderling. Obviously it all depends on the groups.

Berdych, Ferrer, and Roddick I can’t really see getting out of the round robin stage.

Obviously anything is possible but I think I would have to guess that this is mostly going to go with seeding, with Nadal, Federer, Djokovic, and Soderling/Murray advancing to the semis. Although the actual groups could get me to change my mind. I think they said it was going to be announced on Tuesday…


skeezerweezer Says:

Eric,

Why do you engage this character ? His well documented reasons for posting is to provoke. Posters are starting to wise up and not respond. That’s what he wants. Just ignore him, he wants attention, and this is the only way he gets it.


madmax Says:

FedEnd Says:
Take away hard court wins, Federer has ZERO titles in the last 18 months. Federer is done. Federer can win another title only against Mirka.

November 14th, 2010 at 12:34 pm

deadend, you got the lovebug real bad baby, real bad. Glad that you find us hilarious. Really? the jokes are all on you!

deadend’s in luuurrvvveeeee.

Eric,

thanks for the stats tonight, you ‘is’ legend!

skeeze, i know. but he is such fun tonight. don’t you think?

deadend’s in luuuurrvveeee.


madmax Says:

kimberley, why dont you have a chat with deadend? the federer fans put up with him long enough. you cant expect us to be quiet all the time.

we respect you, you know that. We’re not the ones you should be speaking to.


Eric Says:

Skeeze, yeah, yeah, I know – I just posted the same thing the other day. But this was an irresistible opportunity to indulge my penchant for stats…


Eric Says:

Hey, by the way, you live in the bay area, right? Whereabouts?


Vulcan Says:

Fedend,

Good video, but we both know Nadal is capable of more sublime stuff than what he produced at USO this year…yes it was good enough to win but I don’t recall that many of the ridiculous curling forehand down the line passing shots that are in the doubles alley for most of their trajectory until they spin in at the last moment (few if any players can hit that shot with as much curl as he puts on it). Also missing from that highlight reel were the best of the best of the crosscourt backhand laser passes drilled from 10 feet from behind the baseline…those are patented Nadal shots. Good stuff though and thanks for posting it!


skeezerweezer Says:

Eric,

Here is my address;

16 GS Dr.
Federerville, USA


Eric Says:

Hey, by the way, Federer has grossed 60 mil in career prize money so far (plus probably even more in endorsements). Even at the current record-high price, he could buy 2,740 pounds of gold with his earnings, or approximately 2.25 cubic feet. So not quite enough to make a bed (unless it is a very thin bed – 1.1 inches thick – but pretty good, eh? how’re them apples… :)


Eric Says:

“16 GS Dr.
Federerville, USA”

Awesome, I live close to there, at 237 Weeks Lane.


skeezerweezer Says:

Lol


Kimberly Says:

madmax—i understand the need to retaliate but do it against Fedend not Rafa. He can’t help having a few moronic fans.

Fedend would be crushed if his Mirka comments and Fed Bashing went unnoticed. He is only attempting to get a rise out of everyone.

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