Originally Posted by Pigpen Stinks
Too bad AO didn't pull what Wimbledon did, and seed Hewitt ahead of Roddick. Probably more justified than putting Roddick ahead of Hewitt there, and would have evened the score. Of course, Hewitt draws Federer's side both times. I don't even particularly care for Lleyton, but it only seems fair that he be on the opposite side, particularly with all the withdrawals.
Uh.. do your research before spouting off. Wimbledon's seeding uses a published formula, it wasn't subjective, they didn't just decide to move people around out of 'fairness' or whatever.