Originally posted on Fox Sports  |  Last updated 3/27/13
Tommy Haas, the German who grew up on Florida's west coast, stunned Novak Djokovic on a chilly Tuesday night on Key Biscayne by decisively outplaying the world No. 1 in straight sets, 6-2, 6-4 in the Sony Open. Haas, who will turn 35 next week, became the oldest player to beat a world No. 1 in 30 years with a performance that was as near perfection as one can expect when competing against an opponent of such class. "It was the worst match I have played in a long time," Djokovic said. "But all credit to him for making me play so bad. I needed to make much less unforced errors against a quality player like Tommy. He played a great match." Haas, who has spent as much time in rehab for hip, wrist and other injuries since he rose to No. 2 in the world in May, 2002, as he has on court, was not happy with the weather forecast when he woke up in the morning. "I thought it would not be great for me," he said. "My body likes the heat. But it's something you have no control over. You adjus...
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