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Who knew they had bagels in Rome? Karolina Pliskova’s double bagel downing at the hands of Iga Swiatek—who played great all week—was just another chapter in the twin’s failure to seize big moments. And like the late, unlamented Andy Murray, even when she’s winning Pliskova looks like she’d rather be anywhere else. Sell. —Muhammad Cohen of Hong Kong
• One of you posed an interesting question: would you rather lose, say, 6-3, 6-4 in a semifinal? Or reach the final, but then lose 6-0, 6-0? Obviously, there are variables. What’s the difference in prize money? Could you attribute the double-bagel to an injury? But the answers varied, even among former pros. One school of thought: more money, more points. You always want to win as many matches as possible. The other: the fissured confidence—the scar tissue—left by a double-bagel (especially as a former No. 1 player) does not heal easily.
I wouldn’t read too much into body language. Murray has a hip that triggers airport metal detectors. And he still wants to play tennis tournaments. Clearly there’s NOWHERE else he’d rather be. Likewise, Pliskova might wear a dour look to work. But that’s no indication of her engagement or enjoyment level. That said, I would not buy her stock.