Dare I say - never go to the "Dark Side"
Or does my warning come too late? It is worse than GM for sure
I really do feel your pain, - and if anything - I think what you are going through is worse than what Nole's fans went through recently
Nole is so much younger, and still going up the rankings, so he is still generally losing to higher ranked players who he is "expected" to lose to(apart from Wimby of course ,and Safin was always going to be a bad draw for anyone), whereas poor Roger had the records in his sights as well, and from reading his inteviews this morning, I feel it hit him so hard.
Yes- and believe me you are not alone in S****** Boy hate. One day the truth will come out for sure.
And - moring Di
Sorry about Ernests. I'm sure his withdrawal is nothing serious. I get the impression clay is not his favourite surface, - so maybe he just wants some more rest and holiday at home, and then prepare for the US hardcourts. If he is high on the Alternate Lists I'm sure he will get in - and he'll do some damage on those lovely hard courts.
Oh - and a big get well soon to poor Craig
Colds are vile - I hate them!
The faster and harder the better - bring 'em on
Edit: Btw - I have no idea if this poster on GM is being serious - or just another troll
But when I read this, it made me laugh because it's pretty much exactly how I felt - in fact I think I mentioned the first point here when it happened yesterday. He started a thread entitled "disrespectful" or something similar (it probably won't be there long
) and said..........
Quote: "The most accurate way of describing Nadal's victory. From keeping officials and Federer waiting for ages at the net before the coin toss while he just sat in his chair, to quite deliberate time wasting and selected grunting throughout the game to attempt to disrupt Federer, Nadal is a disgrace to the game, the complete opposite to Federer, possibly the greatest ambassador, on and off the court, tennis has ever seen. Although the umpire warned Nadal once for time wasting, it is a shame he did not have the courage to continue doing this, because there were many more occasions when Nadal took at least as long to serve."