The topic related to Youtube.com tennis highlights got me to do a search of one of the most talented, yet enigmatic players in tennis history: Henri Leconte. The man (there must be something about lefties) was a genius for the ages. When he was off, he couldn't defeat a local pro...but when he was on even Federer on his best day would have a difficult time defeating him.
Incredible shot maker off both wings. Beautiful and the net. Huge lefty serve.
just finish watching youtube clips of Henri he was good but everyone knows federer on a good day means bagel and i can see him giving Henri a few of them, maybe on a off day he's not playing well then he might have a chance.
I remember at our tennis club they showed us video clips of his volleys when we were doing volleys. According to our coach, he had the most beautiful and effective "stop volley" especially on the backhand wing he had ever seen.
There an only be One Nadal
Nadal, Roddick, Tsonga, Del Potro & Safin
Pele was the black Rooney
Originally Posted by George W Bush
"We must always remember that all human beings begin life as a feces. A Feces is a living being in the eyes of God, who has endowed that feces with all of the rights and God-given blessings of any other human being."
Thank you for the memories. He was one of my childhood "heroes".
He could get me through despair, joy, and awe in the same match.
And almost 17 years later, I still get goosebumps watching replays of the 91 DC final.