Another great article posted by TA, on the Commonwealth Games. Only four players representing Australia? No mention of the other members of the team, Ebden, Jonesie and Jess Moore? No mention of the decisions facing the players going to India either - diseases, terrorist attack threats, unhealthy living conditions - it's all a breeze...
Very poor article
EBDEN Matt (3) AUSvs OGIER Patrick Dunstan GGY
MUGABE Duncan Kasumba UGA vs QURESHI Aisam-Ul-Haq PAK
DINESHKANTHAN Thangarajah SRI vs ROLLE Marvin BAH
RICHELIEU Alberton LCA vs GOODALL Joshua Jake (7) ENG
As long as he doesn't die before his first round match he will progress even if he is suffering from a bad case of Dengue fever and gets bitten by a snake. Qureshi won't be so easy and could be tough to beat but the lower half of his quarter is pretty weak with an out of sorts Goodall being the seed.
In the doubles he is teaming up with Greg Jones and in the mixed he is playing with Sally Peers.
Yeah Matt wasn't overly impressive in his singles match but he didn't need to be in order to beat Ogier. He will need to be playing better in the next round against Aisam Ul Haq Qureshi who made the finals of the doubles at the US Open recently and can also be a handy singles player.
Picture of Matt and Jonesie at the Commonwealth Games, Matt serving. Cruised to a win over the Ugandan pairing 61 62.
Well I have a picture but don't know how to load it. Help any-one.
Click on Go advanced and then insert image and enter the address like it says but for some reason I always have troubles using this as well. You could post it as an attachment by clicking on manage attachments in additional options and uploading an image from your own computer but the only problem is that I think people can only view the picture if they are signed in. Hopefully someone with a bit more knowledge knows more.
First time I've posted in this thread but thought I'd say he won 7-6 in the third set against Goodall. He played a great third set breaker, and he was the fitter of the two which seemed to help in the heat.