PARIS -- Sometimes in tennis if you're winning, in retrospect, it turns out you were really losing. And vice versa.
The game can turn that fast.
On Wednesday, Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray found themselves on opposite sides of a 6-4 first-set score. Nadal was struggling with fellow Spaniard David Ferrer, and Murray was all over Frenchman Gael Monfils. Ninety minutes later, their positions had reversed.
Nadal closed out Ferrer in four sets, while Murray -- who had won the first ...