Kind of surprising that there is no doubles today at all.. I guess it will just be the two QFs on Friday, semis Saturday and final Sunday. But that means no rest days for the finalists from the bottom half of the draw.
Jim Thomas - Max Mirnyi - Jordan Kerr - Rohan Bopanna - Andy Roddick - Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi - Ilia Bozoljac - Chris Haggard - Jan-Michael Gambill - Donald Young - Nathan Healey - Lleyton Hewitt - Jamie Murray - Olivier Rochus - James Blake - Vince Spadea - Tim Henman - John Isner - Travis Parrott - Paul Goldstein - Tim Henman - Wes Moodie - Arnaud Clement - Michael Russell - Jeff Coetzee
it was really disappointing to hear that becker won tursunow in 2nd set but had
to retire in the beginning of the 3rd because of heat exhaustion.
im not against tursunow though he tried to kill the chair umpire at wimbledon
4R after losing to my countryman jarkko nieminen.
tursunow is a really good player who has a shot of the title. weird that he haven´t
done better on the tour. maybe he is too mad to win it.
i want to see today haas beat mahut. mahut is so different class of player than
haas. i hope tommy haas stays cool in heat and sends mahut packing.
sadly i cant see haas´match because of the time difference between us and finland.
i think it is haas v blake in qf.
whitehouse is a question mark. he crushed former number one safin 61,64.
i hope tommy don´t have to conquer white house...buhaahahahahahahahha