Trying to unravel Tomáš Berdych

Another reblog from a very promising tennis site

ellpoen.com

Tomáš Berdych, a power-hitter from the Czech Republic and a consistent featured presence among the ATP World Tour’s elite Top 10 since 2010…has not quite managed to convince many unsympathetic Tennis minds that he will lift a Grand Slam trophy one day; one day being sooner than much later. At 28, some may introduce all valid points around the window of opportunity where he is concerned – that it is facing an inevitable dead-end nearby. The fact that he has achieved a Final (Wimbledon 2010), two Semi-Final appearances (Roland Garros 2010, US Open 2012) and Quarter-Finals at the Australian Open for three consecutive years in his career since 2011 is testament of his ability and reliability at the highest level of competition. Why then has he not been able to win one of the big Majors? His fairly likeable personality is yet to explode towards affecting his arguably one-dimensional…

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