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Match report & video highlights of Jerzy Janowicz win over Janko Tipsarevic, Bercy Paris Masters, 2012

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#1 Vibhu batra

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Posted 03 November 2012 - 04:49 PM

Jerzy Janowicz was leading 3-6, 6-1, 4-1 against eighth-seeded Janko Tipsarevic when the Serbian retired. Janowicz saved one match point in his third-round win against Britain's Andy Murray on Thursday and had broken Tipsarevic for the second time in the third set when the Serb called for a trainer.

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Jerzy Janowicz's first reaction after beating Janko Tipsarevic enroute to his first Masters semi-finals.



Tipsarevic continued for a few moments more, and Janowicz was 40-0 up on his serve when Tipsarevic waved his racket to indicate he was stopping, drawing jeers from the crowd at the Bercy indoor arena. There were huge cheers for the 21-year-old Janowicz.


"It's really not easy for me to realize actually what is going on in my life right now," Janowicz said. "I did something magical. I just played really like I can put every single ball in, and I'm in semi-final ... my family was crying after yesterday's match and after today's match."


Organizers said that Tipsarevic, who qualified on Thursday for the season-ending World Tour Finals in London next week, started feeling fatigued at the end of the first set.


"I didn't realize there is something wrong with him," Janowicz said. "He was basically playing the same tennis like in the first set ... maybe he was dizzy or had headache or whatever."



The 69th-ranked Janowicz faces Gilles Simon, who is also unseeded, in the semi-finals. The Frenchman earlier beat fifth-seeded Tomas Berdych of the Czech Republic 6-4, 6-4.


"I will play against French guy, but mentally I'm a really tough guy," Janowicz said. "I remember in my match against Andy Murray in Great Britain during Davis Cup three years ago, whole crowd was against me, over 5,000 people. I didn't really care."



Janowicz explained that his fighting spirit partly comes from a difficult childhood.


"I was bad boy at the school. High school I was fighting with everyone, with teachers. I was really bad guy," he said. "It's really not easy for me to explain why I'm that kind of guy, why, for example, yesterday I played against Andy Murray and I didn't feel pressure at all."


Janowicz, who was playing in Futures tournaments at the start of the year and is still struggling for sponsorship back home, has beaten four players ranked in the top 20 on his way to the last four — Philipp Kohlschreiber (19) Marin Cilic (15), Murray (3) and now Tipsarevic (9). Simon is ranked 20th.


"Maybe because of this win I will get some bigger sponsor," Janowicz said, adding that he has been on every Polish television channel since beating Murray. "This year I didn't go to Australian Open because I just didn't have money. He slept little after the Murray win, and expects to be up until the early hours again following his latest upset win. I just went to sleep at 5:00 (on Friday morning)," Janowicz said. "It doesn't matter if I sleep. I don't eat. Right now I'm playing best tennis of my life."


Janowicz picked up his form in the second set, breaking Tipsarevic twice. The 21-year-old did not face a single breakpoint, and held to love on his service game to level the match. Tipsarevic double-faulted twice in losing the third game of the third set and Janowicz then held to love with an ace on his second serve to open up a 3-1 lead. He broke Tipsarevic again with a booming forehand winner for 4-1.


At the changeover, Tipsarevic appeared to complain of feeling dizzy and stuck out his tongue while a trainer checked his throat.

Thou, unfortunately the Paris crowd boo-ed Tipsarevic, but he handled it in a very mature manner, asking all of them to cheer the winner Janowicz rather than boo-ing him.

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Posted 03 November 2012 - 04:53 PM

Here is the full match video recording for you all ----------




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Posted 03 November 2012 - 04:58 PM

Video Highlights/recordings of the last game & the Paris crowd booing Tipsarevic & look how well Tipsarevic handled the boo-ing & the amazing celebrations of Janowicz after winning




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Posted 03 November 2012 - 05:02 PM

A small highlights package of the match --------





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Posted 03 November 2012 - 09:37 PM

Honestly, i didn't like this guy, also did not like the booing to Tipsarevic <_< ...Good for Janowicz also he defeated Simon 6-4 7-5, bravo

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Posted 24 November 2012 - 09:17 AM

This man Jerzy Janowicz has the potential to be the Number. 1 & win Grand Slams... But, yes, his real test will be now that he has got a lot of money & sponsors lining up outside his home & people like me offering to be his manager ;-). . . .

Of the younger gen, in the coming 4-5 years, I see Janowicz, Dimitrov, Harrison, Raonic, Goffin cementing their places in TOP 10....

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