The fights continue: Word has it that Roger Rasheed, Hewitt's coach, got into nose-to-nose screaming match with a prominent French coach over who should be on a practice court. They had to separated by security.
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Also in the Bullring (Court 1), watch Svetlana Kuznetsova outlast Francesca Schiavone in a marathon and Anna-Lena Groenefeld and her multiple bandages down Gisela Dulko. The German is steadier than I originally thought.
On Chatrier, Mario Ancic will upend Tommy Robredo in five, mostly because he plays with more enthusiasm. It’s hard to see Tomas Berdych taking a set over Roger Federer, but my goodness, Amelie Mauresmo is quite vulnerable to Nicole Vaidisova. The Czech is strong, tall and somewhat fearless, but on the big stage against shaky Amelie, she’ll melt in three. What shot do you give Anastasia Myskina over Justine Henin-Hardenne (the two own the last three RG titles). A very decent one, given how great Myskina played in downing Ana Ivanovic. Myskina will really work her, but Henin is playing nearly perfect yellow ball and has more weapons. She looks unstoppable from where I am sitting.
The day on Suzanne Lenglen begins with Maria Sharapova v. Dinara Safina and although, Safina is in the proverbial zone, Sharapova is the greater warrior. But Dinara will make Mari’s ankle sting in a three-set loss. Kim Clijsters will thump Daniela Hantuchova for the eighth straight time because Dani has no confidence against her. But props to the Slovak for taking down Nathalie Dechy 10-8 in the third set. The final match will be between David Nalbandian and the journalist’s son, Martin Vassallo Arguello of Argentina. We have to pull for a colleague’s kid, but since he called Nalbandian "pure magic," he’ll be out before the print in dried on the Sunday edition of La Prensa.