Points won by each set: | 40-43, 42-39, 37-27 |
Points won directly behind the serve:
27 % Edberg – 30 of 111
36 % Cash – 43 of 117

The grass-court ’92 season it was actually [214] Cash’s farewell with big tennis. He had been struggling with injuries since 1988, playing irregularly for a few years. In 1992 he lost two very interesting matches to other former Wimbledon champions in his successive events (Edberg at Queens, McEnroe at Wimbledon) and afterwards didn’t play a main-level event for 1.5 years… In the opener against Edberg [2], Cash saved two set points in the tie-break (5:6* – amazing FH lob & *6:7 – service winner) clinching it 9/7. In the 2nd set, Edberg was twice three points away from defeat, first at *5:6 (40/30), then at *5:4 in the tie-break which he won 7/4. In the decider, the Swede obtained the only break at 4:3 (he wasted two break points at 2:1, in the longest – eight deuces – game of the match).

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