The Frenchman announced his findings at a press conference following a five-set quarterfinal loss to Roger Federer at the Australian Open. Something tells me he's going to hear plenty of it from the fairer sex. He had just answered a question about why the men's game seems to always have the top-four seeds in major semifinals when he was asked a follow-up: I'm not here to say Tsonga's psychological musings are right or wrong. At the end of the day, stupidity cannot be controlled.You can only hope to contain it." Tsonga is known on the circuit as a polite, serious man devoted to his family.But after a second set blip, he's found his range and closes it out with an easy forehand winner.He's ecstatic, beating Tsonga for the fourth time in five meetings.
But a few gallic outbursts force the issue back to the Czech.BERDYCH BEATS TSONGA 7-5, 3-6, 6-1 London delight for Berdych!He lost in the first round at Wimbledon, the Olympics and his opening clash here on Monday.Fans have long pointed out his resemblance to boxer Muhammad Ali.He was marked out as a promising talent when he won the US Open junior title in 2003, only for injury to put him out of the game for the next two years.