I almost forgot about his match, I feel I haven't seen him in a decade On UOL they say Guga has a plan, will play as he has nothing to lose and will go for his shots. Guga didn't talk about any injury or stomach problem, said he knew Goldstein well and let's hope for the best
The problem is, Goldstein played a lot of hardcourt challengers recently so he certainly has more rhythm and match play than Guga. But will Guga feel some magic and optimism? Will he play like we know he can? Anything can happen!
Last time I watched his match in US Open was in 1999 against Pioline. It's been a long time,oh.
Less chance to see his match in US Open again,let's pray for Guga to beat him first, I would like to see him against Tommy in R2.