Points won by each set: [ 47-43, 44-36, 29-32, 39-30 ]
Points won directly on serve:
35 % Agassi – 50 of 141
39 % Becker – 63 of 159
# Their fourth and last Grand Slam semifinal (the only one concluded under the floodlights), and according to the tradition – another four-setter. All those matches lasted around three hours, the last one was the tightest & slightly the longest; actually the first two had quite similar pattern and another two the same… There were no breaks in the first two sets even though they created break point chances in seven games (Agassi 4, Becker 3). Despite losing two tie-breaks (4/7, 2/7 – Becker fired 11 aces in the opening set) Becker hadn’t a real chance to get one of those sets, perhaps the best opportunity came as he led 4:3* (30/0) in the 2nd set on Agassi’s second serve, but he ran around his backhand only to distinctively miss his forehand inside-out. In the 3rd set Agassi led 4:1, had a mini-match point at 4:3 (Becker’s ace), but the German managed to win five straight games and had a break point to open the 4th set with sixth consecutive game won. Becker had another break point at 2-all, yet Agassi fought it off firmly and at 4-all he collected the last eight points, finishing the match with two fantastic forehand returns. In contrary to their US Open ’90 semifinal, the shake-hand was very cold. Until the last two games it looked like a copy of their Davis Cup ’89 semifinal.