I'm pretty set on going, so it's probably going to be Friday to Sunday, since I have classes Tuesday to Thursday. Is it easy to get tickets the day before a match? I don't think I want to buy tickets for Saturday and Sunday just in case he doesn't make it.
Last year they even sold standing tickets for people and I guess they will do the same again.
So even if you won't get a ticket for a seat you will most probably still get a ticket to watch the tennis from the railing.
Yes it would be lovely to meet you and Karin in Rotterdam. I'm already getting excited thinking about it!!!
It's always great to get to know new fans
Did you get to meet a few fans in London at the O2 who you kept in contact with by the way?
Don't know if they are still available, but one of the good things about the Rotterdam tournament is that even at top level, you have a good sight, and noone will refrain you from going down to get a better seat.
Well, I don't know if you can go down when Roger is playing because the hall was sold-out then whenever he played when I remember right
But I guess you will always be able to get a ticket at the box office.
I've had tickets for Querrey v. someone, can't remember who, on Centre, right down near the court; Nadal v. Soderling on No. 1, again about 1st or 2nd row (plus the Olympics Swiss/Japan doubles I've mentioned elsewhere). And rubbish seat miles away from the action on No. 1 for someone else. It's totally random for returns, although I think they like to put people down the front because they don't want loads of empty seats showing on the cameras.
That means that you get very good tickets for the first rows then?
School (had to do Latin for 2 years first, hence the crash-course in German) - uni - post-uni. And now I've gone and mislaid my German tennis magazines ...
I still have the German tennis magazines from the last years and could scan articles for you to read
oh sure, to my parents and other relatives. My grandma doesn't speak any English, so it's a necessity.
Does your Grandmother still live in Serbia or did she moved with the family to Canada?
Last year! I even got a picture with the great man himself after the Berdych match
Best week/ day of my life!!!!!!
Now that you mention it I guess you once wrote about it.
I can totally understand that it was a really special moment
LOL… me too!! Well, I’ve always loved the language and wanted to learn it. After taking Spanish my whole life, hearing Roger speak it made me even more curious about it. When I got to University I knew it was going to be my last chance to take a French class so I took 2 ½ years. I love the language, country, culture, and people. And after I had taken a full year of it I could actually understand Roger’s speech at the French open when he won RG for the first time
That trophy ceremony was really something else