Mr. W wrote:Federer, much like Sampras, hasn't done anything on clay as of yet. It's still early in his career, but he's got to win the French, or at least perform well there consistently, to be considered one of the best ever. Bjorn Borg and Ivan Lendl proved they were winners on all surfaces. The power game of Sampras and Roddick vanish when they hit the clay, just like many clay court specialists cannot play their finesse game on hard and grass courts. The best ever must have a winning combination of the two styles, in my opinion.
Hobey Baker wrote:I want to see how Nadal does in this tourney. I think the NY crowds will love him!
Hobey Baker wrote:i don't care about his looks, just how he plays!
Hobey Baker wrote:Agassi looked like he was done midway thru the 3rd set. That was a lot of fun to see Andre comeback. It was his first comeback (being down two sets to none at the US Open) in his 20 year career there. How much fun was it to watch Agassi break Blake to stay alive and then go on to win in the tiebreak? What a match!
Hobey Baker wrote:He has comeback down two zip in the other majors but was 0 - 12 at the US Open. It was a special night.
Hopefully Agassi can get to the finals. It will be awesome to see him play either Hewitt or Federer. Good TV!
Goldy 79 wrote:They changed the programming over to the network stations. It shouldn't have been a shock, the announcers spoke about it on and off for 15 minutes leading up to the switch.
Umm Serina is in the 2nd round. Venus lost in the 1stKessel Guy wrote:Anybody watching the Austrailian Open on ESPN II? It is a good time to watch tennis becasue the matches are on from 9:30pm to 12:30 am. Did anyone see Serina get bounced?
Hobey Baker wrote:Top 4 seeds reach the semi's of the French (first time since 1985). I am hoping for a Nadal v Federer final.
Hobey Baker wrote:French Open Final! Nadal v Federer. Sunday Morning! Even if you are not a tennis fan, check this out. It should be great viewing.
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