...4 SP wasted by González in the first set... served for the second, and was broken again. Embarrasing performance... congrats to Willy!
"Familia del Tenis Chileno", thank you very much
Gastón atendé el teléfono!!! VAMOS GASTON!
Hail to the leftys - Nadal - Verdasco - Nieminen - Muller - Lopez - Koubek - Llodra - Melzer
Gonzo will not be sleeping well tonighy. He had *6-5 in the tiebreak and served for the second set.
Best Matches of All Time Agassi def. Blake, U.S. Open 2005 | Agassi def. Baghdatis, U.S. Open 2006
Federer def. Sampras, Wimbledon 2001 | Davydenko def. Haas, U.S. Open 2006
Schalken def. Gonzalez, U.S. Open 2002 | Agassi def. Roddick, Cincinnati 2004
Kohlschreiber def. Roddick, Australian Open 2008 | Federer def. Nadal, Wimbledon 2007
Melzer def. Djokovic, Roland Garros 2010 | Sargsian def. Mathieu, U.S. Open 2004
Nalbandian def. Safin, Madrid 2006 | Soderling def. Nadal, Roland Garros 2009
Federer def. Tipsarevic, Australian Open 2008 | Gaudio def. Coria, Roland Garros 2004
Djokovic def. Stepanek, U.S. Open 2007 | Murray def. Gasquet, Wimbledon 2008
+ any five set win for Todd Martin
David Nalbandian (Corazón+talento) Juan Martin del Potro (Potencia+ Talento) Willy Cañas (Huevos )
Gatone Chelita MónacoZabaletaCalleriPuertaChucho
Eduardito Schwank- Jo Tsonga- Novak Djokovic- Roger Federer-Mario Ancic- Gael Monfils- Ernest Gulbis- Kei Nishikori- Marin Cilic
Nadal is more conservative than Margaret Thatcher.
"I asked a bloke in the front row if he liked the serve-and-volley stuff," said Rafter. "He said he did but asked if he was going to get to see any rallies. 'Not today, mate,' I told him."-Pat Rafter silencing the Nadull fanboys
Craptastic performance by Gonzalez. Should have won in two, but lost in two instead. :retard:
One match where the stats don't seem to tell the whole story. Willy played an incredibly clean match...with more aces and winners to unforced errors. Gonzo seemed ahead the whole time, and lost almost every big point.
Thanks for the gutsy run, Phillies!!! World Series Champs...2010!!!
Roland Garros 2010: THE RETURN OF THE KING
"If going to the ledge so often, both mentally and physically, shaves a couple years off of Rafael Nadal's career, so be it. Because of him, and because of his performances in matches like this, we've gotten to see just how far the sport can push a man"