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Sunday, January 26, 2014
It's actually kind of sad.
The crowd is not even cheering when Wawrinka scores at this point. It's just quiet, like what just happened didn't really count. Then when Nadal scores the occasional point, the crowd erupts, like the team manager just got in and scored a layup. This is a Grand Slam Final. Yet the line judge sounds apologetic when he notes a point for Wawrinka.