Former ATP #2 Tommy Haas scored another one of his unexpected KO wins, last year he defeated Roger Federer in the final of Halle on Father's Day, last night he eliminated world #1 Novak Djokovic 62 64 from the Sony Open.Haas has shown devastating, extraordinary tennis throughout his career, but he's never been able to go all the way and win a major title.If there are pent up frustration inside Haas for that inability, he surely exacted them on Djokovic last night, stunning the Serbian with his baseline consistency and surprising on many occasions. Yes it was a cold night, but equally cold for both players. Haas was leading a set and a break - 3-1 in the second - but Djokovic got the break back and I figured that would be the turning point and I left the stadium for home after a long day. But Haas saved his best tennis for when he needed it most, and finished the job.Djokovic, who was already doing his post match press conference before Haas even came off the court, passed all credit to the victor. "All the credit to him. He played a great match and he was the better player, no question about it. The results show everything. As far as I'm concerned, it's definitely the worst match I have played in a long time."Haas surely played a part in forcing Djokovic to play subpar tennis."I just didn't feel good on the court," said Djokovic. "Conditions were really much much different than what I have played in previous matches. Balls didn't bounce at all. He has quite flat shots. He used the variety really well. It was very cold and I just didn't find a better solution to come back in the match. Even though I was a break down I managed to come back and then when I needed to step in I didn't. I made so many unforced errors from the forehand side and it's just the way it is.""I congratulate him. Definitely made great tactics. He used the serve well and he moved around the court really well. He was better."Djokovic said he never gave up and tried to fight to the last ball. "I definitely hoped and believed that I can come back. I was fighting. I was trying all the way up to the last ball. There are days when you just don't feel good on the court. Nothing really goes your way. This is one of those days. But all credit to him for making me play this bad."Djokovic added that it was one of the coldest conditions he's ever played an ATP match in.