Murray, Nadal amazed by Djokovic winner
Both Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray say they were stunned as they watched Novak Djokovic save match point with a forehand return winner in his semifinal against Roger Federer.
"I don't have words to describe, because, you know, you hit a shot probably without thinking because you see the match total lost with 40-15 and serving for Roger," said Nadal. "Is not a normal serve. Is one of the best serves of the world. He returned the ball with eyes closed. The ball went to the line. After, one mistake from Roger and the match changed completely."
"I mean, I don't know what Novak said about his shot, but it's one of those where he just went for it. You know, out of ten you'll probably make two or three," said Murray. "Yeah, I was watching the end of the match. He looked like he started shaking his head. It was more out of frustration than anything. He caught it clean and hit an unbelievable shot and managed to turn the match around. I have seen those guys that are at the top of the game hit some unbelievable shots the last few years."