Nadal could finish as high as #2 in the idiot Race standings, but I'm not sure if a win will get him into the Top Ten in the entry system. I think that's more likely in the coming weeks because he won't have any points to defend (he was injured last year around this time, right?).
I'm guessing Gasquet will be somewhere around 80 or so, but that's just off the top of my head. Might depend on some of the people around him, not just the points he will pick up here.
Best twitter posts of the epic match:
@dougrobson - Whoever is supplying Mahut with hair gel needs to ink a sponsorship deal now.
@Wimbledon - FYI, with @Wimbledon live scoring devices, please add 50 to the games in the fifth set of the Isner v Mahut match.
@HolterMedia - Nice to see that a three-day test has come to tennis here @wimbledon.
I think Richard might be around 60. Not sure though.
Richard Gasquet, Andy Roddick, y Rafael Nadal
Carlos Moya, Juan Carlos Ferrero, Tommy Robredo, Mario Ancic, Bob and Mike Bryan, David Ferrer, Marat Safin, Andrew Murray, Edouard Roger-Vasselin, Julien Benneateau, Nicolas Mahut, Eric Chvojka y Feliciano Lopez
Take that you bitch. In your face. And to top it off her son, Novak went out in the 3rd round, has been leapfrogged by Murray in the rankings and is only a little bit ahead off Juan Martin In yo face, biatch.
Last edited by *Viva Chile*; 04-17-2005 at 06:27 AM.