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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 08-10-2002, 12:47 AM Thread Starter
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Hewitt routines Agassi

Hewitt now has a 4-2 record against Agassi and 5-4 record against Sampras. Does any other player have a winning record against both Agassi & Sampras?

I don't think they can beat hiim again, he's the new king and they have become his toys. Hewitt will continue humiliating them, he's the ULTIMATE CHAMPION.
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Don't forget the important 3-0 against Andy Pants

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I can't beat Hewitt anymore, he's simply superior. Hewitt is my king and by the time he's through beating me over and over, I will be helpless and embarrassed against a king that I can't beat.



I am the new king, I will not lose to Agassi again. To me he's just another player, I am a new kind of champion and Agassi can't compete with me. He's at my mercy, he's my toy.

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Congratulations Lleyton (7-5 6-3)
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It's funny, because Agassi said that his returns are much better than Lleytons... that Lleyton just gets the ball back and can't compare to his returning ability.

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Hewitt does to Agassi what Agassi usually does to his opponents: he tires him mentally... Agassi was getting more inpatient the further the game and rallies progressed and increasingly decided to resort to shorten the points going for the lines or overpowering the shots, but the accuracy was not there tonight... The look of exasperation of Agassi was very revealing, he found in Hewitt someone who did not succumb to his pressing rhythm and could hold the rally longer...
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Congrats to Lleyton again!!!

As much as I don't like Agassi, he wasn't exactly routined by Hewitt. The key to this match up is mental strength. Hewitt just won't go away, that's what is so great about him. If Agassi would stay motivated and focused, he really could outhit Hewitt from the baseline. But in order to do that, he also has to outhink him every second of the match.
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That was.....I dont know....That was in a way....kinda sad. I mean not very sad, just a little sad. You could see Andre just fading away there and Hewitt with only one thing on his mind.

What you said, Ace Tracker, is so true. Absolutely true.

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Do you guys think Agassi of 1999 would have won this?

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I think so Becca....Andre is not a young fellow anymore.

IMO Andre is more talented then Lleyton, who's more athletic then Andre/

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our commentators who all played andre and some played hewitt too all say andre at his best was far better as hewitt!
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...but who said that Hewitt has already reached his best?
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untitled has a point Irma, maybe Hewitt will pass how good Agassi was back in the day.

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Do you guys think Agassi of 1999 would have won this?
Well the Agassi of '97 or '98 couldn't (can't remember which year, but the Adelaide tournament Hewitt won when he was 16)
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