I don't know what to say. Lleyton's celebration said it all - Jumping for joy! He's still got it and he's finally looking fit. Don't know how long that will last but days like this make it all worth while
No words can describe what a legend he is. And the way he played today, which was terrific, was only a tenth of what he was in 2002, for clueless people who wondered why he spent 80 weeks at #1 and just write 'mug era'
epic tennis from the legend, saving BPs like a boss, outclassing Stan on the turf, moving around well for his age, volleying like a superstar.. C'mon Rusty!
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Which is amazing considering his lack of overall power.
He has a huge tennis IQ and constructed his points impeccably.
Tomic [tom-ic] [tom-ic-ing] verb
1. apply yourself for a small period of time before giving up. (I am tomicing this match). noun
2. play exceedingly well for a month and then give fallacious promises to the world. (He performed a Tomic)