Join Date: Sep 2004
Location: You-nited States of America
Re: GAUDIO d KOROLEV, 6-3, 6-7, 6-4, 3-6, 6-4
Congratulations to Gaudio, too bad for Korolev, though I'm sure there'll be more chances for him in the future. Is his best surface clay? How does he play? I've heard of him plenty in the past few months.
Anyway, Gaudio has quite a tough draw - Korolev, then Ferrero, then Moya or Davydenko - and I think he has the game to beat them, but it'll be tough.
I am a fan of Federer, Gasquet, Baghdatis, the long-deceased Safin, Youzhny, Nalbandian, Rochus, Tsonga, the sadly-departed Santoro, and good, hearty, competitive tennis matches. The quality of my life does not rest solely on who wins these matches. In fact, I would even go as far as to say that I can live quite happily after a player I like chokes, mugs, bashes, or otherwise succumbs to a loss.