This shit has been copied and stored in my desk-tops 'notes' application, so as incase you try any funny business. It is beautifully worded for going in my signature when Djokovic gets obliterated today.
Enjoy your sleep, it'll be the last time you sleep well for months.
No only pushing and stamina is important on clay, I've played on it so I know. I don't need to listen to a fucking tennis expert to know what is good/bad for tennis. I've been playing tennis since I was 7 so I have enough experience to judge for myself unlike a lot of armchair warrior dulltards here. I can easily tell by looking at their posts if they play tennis.
Only been to the US Open. Should be heading to Indian Wells again this year. Isn't that like the "5th Slam" or something?
miami i think...
i went to each in 2009... gotta say, AO is a real day out in more ways than one... you're just entertained from top to bottom... sideshows to the tennis that just seem to make the main event seem more a spectacle... wimbledon n rg have that special club atmosphere which you can never replicate so would be disappointing if they moved rg elsewhere... us open was a bit of a simple site for tennis with great access and decent ticket availability by and large... w/ no roof there's nothing too special doin there in this day n age... the heat in australia burns... w/ no sunscreen my aussie skin can stand out in euro sun for hours no burn, but... 20 minutes of aussie sun and you can feel your skin cook and begin to blister... physically the aussie must be the most physically taxing which adds a gruelling dimension to it + scheduling has a solid role to play re: night matches...
Never been to a Slam, but of the 4 I'd like to get to the AO the most, maybe in 2013. I'd like to take at least three weeks off, get to Sydney ( and attend the tournament there ) and then get to Melbourne to watch some matches in the first week of the AO.
Only FO, which is the slam i like the least, by far. But just didnt feel like travelling to another continent and you can only get into Wimbledon if you're related to the queen or stand in line for 800 hours.