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The defeats that made you sad, upset and the like

Billabong
02-05-2005, 01:10 AM
As there is a thread with the wins that made you happy, let's start one about the ones that made you sad...

I'll start:
-2001 US Open QF Kafelnikov def. Guga - I was confident to see Guga go even further, and that's when we really discovered he had a bad injury:tears:...
-2002 US Open F Sampras def. Agassi - I was so hoping to see Andre win this one:sad:...
-2003 Indian Wells F Hewitt VS Guga - Guga was beaten so easily, after having an awesome week (beating Federer and Schuettler on his way)..
-2003 Monte Carlo 1st Norman VS Guga - Guga leading 6-1, 5-2, then totally collapsed...
-2003 Montreal SF Roddick def. Federer - Federer having the lead, could have been #1 in the world at that moment, but wasn't able to close it out..
-2004 Roland Garros QF Nalbandian VS Guga - I was dreaming about a victory for Guga, but his injury really diminished his chances and it was painful to watch:sad:...

PaulieM
02-05-2005, 01:17 AM
2005 AO Safin d. Federer

2003 Montreal SF Roddick d. Federer- same reasons as you

2004 Wimbledon SF Roddick d. Ancic- Ancic was playing really well and leading and then after the rain delay it went downhill

mitalidas
02-05-2005, 01:38 AM
2004 FO kuerten def Federer
2005 AO safin def Federer

2001 W Federer def Sampras

CMON_LLEYTON
02-05-2005, 01:44 AM
AO Final - Safin d Hewitt. Hewitt needed to win IMO to get all the public and media pressure off his back.

2001 Wimbledon Final Ivanisevic d Rafter - Rafter was never to win a Winbledon title.

2000 Winbledon Final - Sampras d Rafter

2001 AO SF Agassi d Rafter

2000 and 2001 Davis Cup Finals

tennis4you
02-05-2005, 02:05 AM
Anytime Sampras lost.

Canuck_Chick
02-05-2005, 02:45 AM
AO Final - Safin d Hewitt. Hewitt needed to win IMO to get all the public and media pressure off his back.

2001 Wimbledon Final Ivanisevic d Rafter - Rafter was never to win a Winbledon title.

2000 Winbledon Final - Sampras d Rafter

2001 AO SF Agassi d Rafter

2000 and 2001 Davis Cup Finals

i agree with the rafter losses :sad: especially the 2001 wimby final. it was cool that goran won, but i was sooo crushed that rafter never won a wimbledon title...he was soo close :(

Chloe le Bopper
02-05-2005, 02:51 AM
2002 Roland Garros final. In hindsight, good for Costa. At the time? UGGGGHHHH.

jole
02-05-2005, 02:51 AM
1999 French Open Semis - Agassi d. Hrbaty

2000 Monte Carlo Final - Pioline d. Hrbaty

2004 US Open Quarters - Henman d. Hrbaty

Scotso
02-05-2005, 02:54 AM
Any time Karol lost.

Ljubicic def. Beck 6-7 6-0 6-2 today :rolleyes:

Chloe le Bopper
02-05-2005, 02:59 AM
You should have seen that one coming from a mile away!

Raquel
02-05-2005, 03:06 AM
When Horna beat Roger 1R RG 2003. Commentators talking a lot about not fulfilling potential, will he ever break through etc. etc. 4 weeks later he turned it round and won Wimbledon but that RG loss was really depressing to watch.

This year's Aussie Open final was sad for me too. I know everyone loves Marat but I really wanted Lleyton to win that match more than any. Especially disappointing after the first set.

Also I was never really a Pete fan. Pete at Wimbledon especially never excited me but watching him lose on Court 2 to Bastl that day made me quite sad. Seeing him leave the court was sad that day.

MisterQ
02-05-2005, 03:09 AM
I remember being especially sad when Safin defeated Agassi in 2004 AO.

All of Andre's US Open losses to Pete were tough, as were his losses to Rafter in consecutive Wimbledon semis.

Action Jackson
02-05-2005, 03:09 AM
1999 French Open final when Medvedev had 2 sets to love lead and a break, then a rain delay helped Agassi get back into and later win the match.

paige
02-05-2005, 03:12 AM
All of Andre's US Open losses to Pete were tough.

I very much agree!!!!!!!

Safin last year at AO was hard to take for me, 'cause he made such a strong run through all kinds of peril.
The first AO final loss was ridiculous, but I don't think I took it as hard. Maybe I wasn't as invested yet.

Raquel
02-05-2005, 03:13 AM
1999 French Open final when Medvedev had 2 sets to love lead and a break, then a rain delay helped Agassi get back into and later win the match.
I agree on that one. I was rooting for Andrei too. I vaguely remember the first two sets being played in really windy conditions and Agassi not coping well at all.

I guess in hindsight it was a bit of history seeing someone win a Slam to complete the set but I was not caring about history at the time!

I also forgot to add Goran's 3rd Wimbledon final loss. He lost to Pete in 5 sets and looked awful walking off court. He really looked totally devastated. When he won in 2001 though it was maybe the happiest I have been seeing someone win a Slam so it evened out. The more you think of Goran winning Wimbledon in 2001 the more surreal and amazing it seems.

MissMoJo
02-05-2005, 03:15 AM
Lindsay losing in 04 Wimby semis to Sharapova
All of Rogi's losses, but especially AO semi against Safin

howardean
02-05-2005, 03:53 AM
lindsay losing to sharpie 04 wimby, to kuznetsova 04 USO, to serena 05 AUS :sad:
clijsters losing to henin in 3 GS finals (each one got harder to take)

hewitt losing to agassi in 02 USO semis and to karlovic in 03 Wimby 1st round (the latter was actually more embarassing than sad)

lzhaol
02-05-2005, 03:54 AM
capriati losing to Venus in 01 Miami :sad:
ferrero losing to Costa in 02 Roland Garros

Fergie
02-05-2005, 04:41 AM
2005 AO Safin d. Federer :sad: :sad: :sad:

1998 AO Korda d. Rios :sad: :sad: :sad:

wildcard
02-05-2005, 04:43 AM
Hi there! I'm new to the forum and i salute to all tennis fans and players around here. Well, as i can see, everybody here understandably feel the pain for their favourite guy and i won't be an exception either.
Having being Kafelnikov's fan for quite a while have to say that 2 of his 3 quarterfinal Roland Garros 5 set losses to Guga in 1997 and 2000 were by far the most painfull ones for me. Zhenya was in top form entering these matches and was up 2 sets to 1 in both of them. It really felt like the title was there for taking should he had pulled through. At least now i know he lost to a better clay-court player. 2001 US OPEN semis distruction by Hewitt was quite disheartening and embarassing as well.

Ferrero Forever
02-05-2005, 04:46 AM
2005 AO- hewitt D nadal
i think you know the rest.

Action Jackson
02-05-2005, 04:49 AM
I agree on that one. I was rooting for Andrei too. I vaguely remember the first two sets being played in really windy conditions and Agassi not coping well at all.

I guess in hindsight it was a bit of history seeing someone win a Slam to complete the set but I was not caring about history at the time!


The fact that pissed me off most about this is the fact that Agassi got so many easy draws at RG, and a final against Medvedev he must have thought it was Xmas, but Andrei had that in the bag, but couldn't push through after the break.

olimpo
02-05-2005, 05:32 AM
Wimbledon Final 2000 Sampras def. Pat Rafter :sad:

Wimbledon Final 2001 Ivanisevic def. Pat Rafter :sad: :sad: :sad:

DC finals 2000 and 2001 :sad:

Olympics 2004 Fish def. Fernando González :sad: :sad: :sad:

howardean
02-05-2005, 05:46 AM
Wimbledon Final 2000 Sampras def. Pat Rafter :sad:

Wimbledon Final 2001 Ivanisevic def. Pat Rafter :sad: :sad: :sad:

i really wish rafter had had won wimbledon at least once (although ivanesevic's story was pretty cool)

Prizeidiot
02-05-2005, 06:04 AM
Wimbledon Final 2000 Sampras def. Pat Rafter :sad:

Wimbledon Final 2001 Ivanisevic def. Pat Rafter :sad: :sad: :sad:

DC finals 2000 and 2001 :sad:
The Davis cup final in 2001 really hurt.... that was the worst for me. That was Pat's last event before he retired, and it would've been the perfect finish. It was a match the Aussies should have won.

John Fitzgerald made a HUGE error playing Hewitt and Rafter in the doubles. When you have Woodbridge in your team, you don't play two singles specialists instead. Even Arthurs is a better doubles asset, especially on grass.

I think Pat would've beaten Escude as well, as good as Nicolas was playing at the time. More than 3 years on, and it still hurts to think about that one.

Those two Wimbledon's hurt like anything as well, although if Pat had to lose it to anyone, I would've liked it to have been Goran. Pat's probably the best modern grass courter never to win Wimbledon.

I'll just add one more bad loss. Agassi in the Australian Open semis in 2001. In the final, he would've had Clement, who he would've had a great chance against.

Art&Soul
02-05-2005, 11:36 AM
All of Rogi's losses, but especially AO semi against Safin

I second that :sad: :sad: :sad: :sad: :sad: :sad: :sad:

Nacho
02-05-2005, 11:59 AM
Ferrero losing to Hewitt in the Masters final (was it 2002?)

bad gambler
02-05-2005, 01:10 PM
hewitt in all 2004 slams where he lost to the eventual champion

wimbledonfan
02-05-2005, 02:15 PM
1996 wimbledon quarter finals , Pete going for his fourth consecutive wimbledon run when he faced a nemesis of his in Richard Krajicek . That loss was hard to accept for me because Sampras lost in straight sets but Richard played a great match . When Federer beat Sampras at wimbledon in 5 tough sets made me very upset that I will never forget to this day . I always thought Federer was lucky he played Sampras when he was on his off day and I always wanted some revenge for that loss but it never happened . I still remember australian open 1995 when Pete was crying on court after learning of the news of his coach having a terminal illness which was probably the saddest moment for me but at the same time he vindicated himself after coming back from 2 sets down to win that match .

Any Pete loss at wimbledon was a hard one to accept .

Billabong
02-05-2005, 02:21 PM
Oh in the women's side, it would be:
-2002 AO Final Capriati VS Hingis, my worst nightmare ever:sad:
and recently the 2005 AO Semifinal Serena VS Sharapova

Jenrios
02-05-2005, 04:17 PM
Lendl's defeat by Chang at RG 89
lendl's defeat by Edberg, Wimby 90 - I was expecting it, but not such a thrashing!
Lendl's 87 Wimby final loss ot Cash - of all players!

Korda's win over Rios Aussie Open 98

Tina's loss to Cappy at the Aussie Open.....

*Ljubica*
02-05-2005, 04:42 PM
All of David's losses make me sad :sad: but the (in)famous US Open 2003 semi where he lost to Roddick after being 2-0 sets up still brings a tear to my eye when I think of it now :sad: Also his loss in the Basel Final last year (in 5 sets to Jiri Novak) was hard to take.

Away from David - the 1998 Wimbeldon Final when poor Goran lost to Sampras upset me a lot at the time, and also Gaudio losing to Coria in the famous "cramping" Hamburg semi-final in 2003.

Shirogane
02-05-2005, 04:59 PM
Recently:

Safin def. Agassi (AO 2004)
Serena def. Davenport (AO 2005)

maratski
02-05-2005, 10:57 PM
Enqvist beating Safin at the USO :sad:
Roddick v Nalby USO :sad:

2004 Wimbledon final :sad: :bigcry: ;) :o

bad gambler
02-05-2005, 11:02 PM
Any Pete loss at wimbledon was a hard one to accept .


now you are just greedy, 7 not enough for you? :p

wimbledonfan
02-05-2005, 11:07 PM
lol gambler , as you can already tell , I am a huge Pete fan . To win 7 titles brings me real joy and to have watched all those memorable matches makes me proud to be a tennis fan

bad gambler
02-05-2005, 11:09 PM
yes it was a shame pete retired when he did - i think he could have been comptetive for at least one more season...now i'm starting to sound greedy!

Jimena
02-05-2005, 11:27 PM
Here they are:

Becker's loss to Stich, '91 Wimbledon final, on my birthday. :sad:
Sampras' loss to Hewitt, '01 US Open final
Rafter's loss to Ivanisevic, '01 Wimbledon final
Ferrero's loss to Hewitt, '02 TMC final
Federer's loss to Roddick, '03 Montreal semis
Federer's loss to Safin, '05 Aus Open semis

Geniey2g
02-05-2005, 11:53 PM
2005 AO 2ND ROUND: Hewitt bt. Blake (took me about 24 hours to get over that one)
2001 WIMB SEMIS: Ivanisevic bt. Henman

:(

Action Jackson
02-06-2005, 05:50 AM
Hewitt d Federer 2003 Davis Cup (being there live makes it worse)
Kafelnikov d Gaudio 2002 DC ( choking Gaston and a hideous overrule on Gaston's match point)
Grosjean d Mantilla 2003 AO ( felix had it in the bag, but got injured in the 3rd and not good enough to hold on)
Chang d Skoff 1990 DC ( Austria were going to make the DC final, then they had to come back the next day and Skoff lost it)
Chang d Chesnokov 1989 FO ( Chesnokov blew his best chance of winning RG)
Roddick d Nalbandian 2003 USO (Too many bad memories)
Sampras d Corretja 1996 USO ( Dramatic match shit ending with the df)
Roddick d El Ayanoui 2003 AO
Ferrero d Gonzalez at 03 FO
Stich def Rosset 96 French Open. Rosset played consecutive 5 setters and had no energy and at the time he owned Kafelnikov who was in the final.

Ferrero Forever
02-06-2005, 06:08 AM
Ferrero's loss to Hewitt, '02 TMC final
:sad: :sad: that was painful :sad: :sad:

BackhandDTL
10-25-2012, 02:47 AM
Which losses of your favorite(s) upset you the most? One that you might feel embarrassed about, or frustrated with... It could be against a rival, a mug, or anything. Completely up to you.


For me, one of the most embarrassing of Roddick's losses was to Lu in Wimbledon 2010. While the other top guys struggled, Roddick went through his first three rounds routinely. I thought he was poised to follow up a great year at Wimbledon with another. Instead, he made little Lu look like a Louisville slugger.

He had others of the sort after adopting that passive style, but that was by far the most humiliating and disheartening.

Topspindoctor
10-25-2012, 02:48 AM
Wimbledon 2007 final. Nadal had Noserer at his mercy and choked in 5th set :o

Honestly
10-25-2012, 02:51 AM
Roger hasn't had any bad losses but I know Nadal has lost to Soderling at the FO and some journeyman in the 2nd round of Wimby,

GOATsol
10-25-2012, 02:53 AM
2008 Wimbledon and 2009 AO :sobbing:

I was so depressed after those finals.

I'm also mad how Delpo was such a mug against Ferrer this Wimbledon.

rocketassist
10-25-2012, 02:54 AM
Anytime a fave of mine loses to Boredo, Scrubcki, Serra or Chardy.

Freak3yman84
10-25-2012, 02:55 AM
Santoro's worst loss was against Mugrin at 2010 AO :sobbing:

Topspindoctor
10-25-2012, 02:56 AM
Anytime a fave of mine loses to Boredo, Scrubcki, Serra or Chardy.

You shouldn't get upset, every time Mandy loses, he's tanking/playing terribly/can't be bothered. Sapeod said it, so it must be true :shrug:

Yolita
10-25-2012, 02:56 AM
2009 Madrid semifinal.

Novak had MPs there, he played his absolute best tennis against Rafa. In fact, the match went on forever and the quality of tennis didn't drop. Fantastic match.

Novak's loss was so painful because I felt that Nole could have won. When Nole arrived to the presser he was in tears; every time he tried to speak, tears ould overcome him: until he composed himself enough to congratulate Rafa...It brought tears to my eyes.

And that match took the mojo out of both Nole and Rafa: it took them a while to recover. What was left of them, physically, mentally and emotionally took a long time to be put back together.

rocketassist
10-25-2012, 03:01 AM
You shouldn't get upset, every time Mandy loses, he's tanking/playing terribly/can't be bothered. Sapeod said it, so it must be true :shrug:

Murray's Cincy loss was absolutely pathetic- losing to a burro like Chardy was an appalling result. :o

Lucky he made up for it 2 weeks later or that result would still grind my gear. :lol:

Ernesto's USO loss to him a couple of years back was pretty shit as well- I could name loads being a Gulbis fan :o

TigerTim
10-25-2012, 03:01 AM
Murray v Donald Young.

BackhandDTL
10-25-2012, 03:02 AM
Roger hasn't had any bad losses but I know Nadal has lost to Soderling at the FO and some journeyman in the 2nd round of Wimby,

You're telling me you were completely at peace with Australian '09?

Anytime a fave of mine loses to Boredo, Scrubcki, Serra or Chardy.

Murray's loss to Cilic was deeply upsetting. I was a newly converted fan of his (after Wimbledon '09), and he went out and got steamrolled by that goon. I was elated that he made up for it in such a strong fashion at AO 2010.


As for guys I don't like to see my player lose to in general... I hate to say it, but it might be Ferrer depending on the surface. After Roddick lost to him at Wimbledon, on grass, I knew it was time for him to retire...

Evitman
10-25-2012, 03:02 AM
Probably Fed losing to Birdshit in Athens 2004 :(

rocketassist
10-25-2012, 03:03 AM
2009 Madrid semifinal.

Novak had MPs there, he played his absolute best tennis against Rafa. In fact, the match went on forever and the quality of tennis didn't drop. Fantastic match.

Novak's loss was so painful because I felt that Nole could have won. When Nole arrived to the presser he was in tears; every time he tried to speak, tears ould overcome him: until he composed himself enough to congratulate Rafa...It brought tears to my eyes.

And that match took the mojo out of both Nole and Rafa: it took them a while to recover. What was left of them, physically, mentally and emotionally took a long time to be put back together.

That and Hamburg the year before were easily the best matches they've played quality wise. Both of them were more about the tennis than the physicality of their recent final encounters.

rocketassist
10-25-2012, 03:04 AM
Murray's loss to Cilic was deeply upsetting. I was a newly converted fan of his (after Wimbledon '09), and he went out and got steamrolled by that goon.


Not one to make excuses for my fave losing but in all of Andy's Slam defeats that is the one exception- his wrist was fucked, he couldn't hit a forehand nor could he use two handed backhand. All he could do was hack and slice. Cilic wasn't even that good that day, just did what he had to. He played much better in the first set and a half of the AO SF and even the first set and a half of this year's USO QF.

End da Game
10-25-2012, 03:05 AM
Wimbledon 2007 final. Nadal had Noserer at his mercy and choked in 5th set :o

not AO 2012 final? :haha:

tennis_analyst
10-25-2012, 04:02 AM
Federer losing to Murray in the Olympics final, this was the final chance for Federer to win the Olympic gold

RafaelNadalisGod
10-25-2012, 05:15 AM
2007 Wimbledon (Mentally collapsed)
2012 Aussie Open (Backhand putaway miss, choke 4-2 30-15 in 5th)

Andy1402
10-25-2012, 05:44 AM
Federer's loss to Murray at Olymics..really inexcusable after defeating Murray just a month before at the same court.
And that scoreline....

Punky
10-25-2012, 05:52 AM
Fed losing AO to andy
RG 2011, i think Fed biggest chance

nestingus
10-25-2012, 05:56 AM
Three matches in particular spring to mind, none of which were particularly high profile.

Querrey v C. Rochus. Delray Beach 2009. Rochus won 6-4 6-1 and I had lots of money on Sam to recover a bad day of betting. It got worse. He was absolutely dreadful. Maybe I should have looked at how good Christophe's record was against big servers.

Murray v Haase. Rotterdam 2008. Haase 7-5 6-3. Woke up relatively early with a handover to pull up a live stream. Missed my seminar. This is probably the worst I've ever seen Andy Murray play (and I've watched a hell of a lot of his matches). The whole experience was painful and it ruined my day. Anyone who watched this match could testify to how hideous he actually was. Haase played well though, and showed his talent. Murray was 15 feet behind the baseline for most of the match.

Fognini v Montanes. Bucharest 2009. Montanes won 6-1 6-1. Don't usually go and watch tournaments live, but I decided to take a trip here and it was good fun. Apart from Fog who put in an absolute stinker, dumping everything into the net and looking thoroughly disinterested for the whole match. I felt like asking for my money back.

MTwEeZi
10-25-2012, 05:58 AM
warm regards..

Chirag
10-25-2012, 06:05 AM
losing to Monfils in Bercy 2010 broke me up badly .Took me a while to recover from that :sad:

n8
10-25-2012, 06:21 AM
This in Chennai still burns:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jKegMegaDGo#t=6m59s

Also Todd Martin at the US Open 2000 (match point in the 4th),
Verkerk Roland Garros 2003 (6-8 in the 5th),
and Agassi Roland Garros 1999 (this match was HUGE for what was to come in tennis in the next five years).

Pratik
10-25-2012, 07:26 AM
Singles:
Gasquet: Monte Carlo SF 2005
Federer: AO 2009 F

Doubles:
Llodra: Olympics F 2012
Paes: AO 2011 F

manadrainer
10-25-2012, 07:36 AM
Wimbledon 08.
AO 09.
RG 11.

devastating. While Rafa deserved wimbledon, Fed imploded gifting him the AO. and that first set at RG...

JediFed
10-25-2012, 08:02 AM
SF loss to Novak at the Australian Open breaking his finals streak. Funny to see his first round loss at RG cited back in 2005. Who would have predicted back then that he wouldn't have another 7 years later?

SVK
10-25-2012, 03:49 PM
Gaudio def. Coria in RG 2004

Lestat
10-25-2012, 03:55 PM
Gaudio def. Coria in RG 2004

I think I agree. This result completely destroyed mentally one of the best claycourter Ive ever seen... so sad.

Puschkin
10-25-2012, 03:56 PM
Marat losing to T.Johansson in the AO final 2002 is still top on my list. :o

Roy Emerson
10-25-2012, 03:59 PM
2009 USO final. Last great chance to win the USO.:shrug: After that Federer has not reached anymore USO finals. Even lost in QF this year...

Looner
10-25-2012, 04:04 PM
Wimbledon 2008. Fail in set 2, shit serving for the first two sets and then being robbed by playing against the moonballer in the dark, just so the dumb organisers can have their Sunday finish. Idiocy all round.

AO 2009 was also bad but not as much. That court is slower than RG.

The loss in the RG 2011 final was not as bad because Roger was so outstanding during the whole event. I still remember that tournament and his amazing, amazing game. Shame the pig still won but oh well.

MaxPower
10-25-2012, 05:48 PM
Enqvist to Kafelnikov, AO final 1999.

Taking first set, then bageled 2nd set? 4th set TB just awful and then losing it on a DF? Such a mental breakdown by an awesome HC player like Enqvist. He could have won that tournament. He deserved a slam for his shotmaking and cool no-bounce serve alone.

Then Thomas freaking Johansson goes and wins AO just a few years later. Honestly if any swede should have won a HC slam it was Enqvist. Guess his mental strength betrayed him in slams all throughout his career.

rocketassist
10-25-2012, 05:54 PM
Enqvist to Kafelnikov, AO final 1999.

Taking first set, then bageled 2nd set? 4th set TB just awful and then losing it on a DF? Such a mental breakdown by an awesome HC player like Enqvist. He could have won that tournament. He deserved a slam for his shotmaking and cool no-bounce serve alone.

Then Thomas freaking Johansson goes and wins AO just a few years later. Honestly if any swede should have won a HC slam it was Enqvist. Guess his mental strength betrayed him in slams all throughout his career.

Enqvist had such a big game- booming strokes and excellent serve. I remember when GB played Sweden in DC world group and he absolutely thumped Rusedski and Henman not even dropping a set.

He was definitely the more talented of the two Thomas's but Johansson's backhand was technically a very nice shot I thought.

zdravkelja
10-25-2012, 05:57 PM
Wimbledon 08.
AO 09.
RG 11.

devastating. While Rafa deserved wimbledon, Fed imploded gifting him the AO. and that first set at RG...

Yup, those 3 were the hardest losses to me

Shinoj
10-25-2012, 06:03 PM
Johansson defeating Safin was Crushing to me. I felt Sick after that match. And the recent FO Final where Nadal defeating DJokovic when the Nole 2.0 had just showed up on court was crushing too.

Kuerton defeating kafelnikov in those FO Duels that they had was bad too. Kafelnikov had a big game but Guga was a little better mentally to carve out those matches. Needless to say kafelnikov was my Fav those days.

On the Good Side, Safin defeating Federer was EPIC. Epic match of this decade i would say. And also Edberg Defeating Sampras to win his 2nd US Open. I was very little but big enough to recollect that it was an epic victory for Edberg.

Kafelnikov winning the FO and AO was good too.

Djokovic winning those 3 GS in a Year was Epic too.

Ballbasher
10-26-2012, 03:17 PM
When Safin lost to Johanson in AO. That was disgusting. I forgave him for his run there 2 years later, LOL. And of course in 2005.

Djokovic this year vs Murray in the USO was sad for tennis.

Nalbandian vs Roddick and the USTA in USO 2003.

Rafter vs Goran in Wimby final.