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03-24-2005 05:40 PM
cindygermanier
Re: Indian Wells 2005

45 were needed cut and 1 minute to finish points between hewitt- federer
vidéo : http://s37.yousendit.com/complete.aspx (click on here)
03-22-2005 07:28 PM
Murkofan
Re: Indian Wells 2005

I haven't seen Monfils play yet. @ "Andy gets his butt stuck way out there."
03-22-2005 03:24 AM
Lisbeth
Re: Indian Wells 2005

Monfils freaks me out too But I admit the butt thing is really strange Still, he seems to know what he's doing!
03-22-2005 03:06 AM
star
Re: Indian Wells 2005

It just freaks you out because of the way Andy looks when he does it. When Gael Monfils does it, it doesn't look so freaky. Andy gets his butt stuck way way out there... Maybe that helps him get the bend in his back or something.
03-22-2005 03:05 AM
Lisbeth
Re: Indian Wells 2005

It's certainly an effective service style. I would like to reserve judgment on whether it's a great one until I see how long the careers last of the gentlemen currently using it.

I would worry about teaching it to children until the relative injury risk can be assessed (and btw I hope it doesn't cause more injury but it does look like it could).
03-22-2005 03:00 AM
Murkofan
Re: Indian Wells 2005

The future and its coaches are welcome to it Still freaks me out
03-22-2005 02:59 AM
star
Re: Indian Wells 2005

It's a great service motion. The wave of the future. Some coaches aren't even teaching the traditional behind the head motion anymore.
03-22-2005 02:53 AM
Murkofan
Re: Indian Wells 2005

Ack. Roddick's service motion has always kind of freaked me out, but seeing still photos of it like that is just
03-22-2005 02:48 AM
star
Re: Indian Wells 2005

at the "true" part.

I love Martina. On and off the court. I could probably love Federer too if he was as funny and mischievous as Martina.

Ok.. Here's the break down I was looking for. He's got an angle of 105... I know the picutre makes it look as if his shorts are hindering his stride, but take a look... I thought this whole thing was very interesting, and I'd like to see a similar kind of analysis of Lleyton and of Federer.

http://www.somaxsports.com/RoddickServe.htm
03-22-2005 02:47 AM
Murkofan
Re: Indian Wells 2005

Quote:
Originally Posted by Number1Kim
Amelie might possible disagree, Marly
Blah, Amelie, don't care about her And I never said that Hingis was also nice, just that her interviews were hilarious

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Then again, at least Melanie wasn't holding press conferences to announce all the evil lesbians were trying to corrupt her pweshus liddle girl. In fact, come to think of it, she named her after one.
Yes. And Melanie had that awesome poodle 'do That I've just now realized Oracene has modelled her hair after!
03-22-2005 02:45 AM
Murkofan
Re: Indian Wells 2005

Would anyone reply "true" to my posts?

Didn't think so
03-22-2005 02:44 AM
Lisbeth
Re: Indian Wells 2005

Amelie might possible disagree, Marly Then again, at least Melanie wasn't holding press conferences to announce all the evil lesbians were trying to corrupt her pweshus liddle girl. In fact, come to think of it, she named her after one.
03-22-2005 02:43 AM
Socket
Re: Indian Wells 2005

Quote:
Originally Posted by Number1Kim
I also loved Hingis's game. Pity she tried to match the power girls actually, I think it spoiled her natural game to some extent. Probably the best doubles player ever. As for some of her comments, well but I guess I would have said some dumb things too if I'd had to give interviews in Czech at age 15

Actually, Marlene, I could probably reach Marly's ridiculous total of posts just by going through all yours and replying "true"
Thank you.
03-22-2005 02:42 AM
Lisbeth
Re: Indian Wells 2005

I also loved Hingis's game. Pity she tried to match the power girls actually, I think it spoiled her natural game to some extent. Probably the best doubles player ever. As for some of her comments, well but I guess I would have said some dumb things too if I'd had to give interviews in Czech at age 15

Actually, Marlene, I could probably reach Marly's ridiculous total of posts just by going through all yours and replying "true"
03-22-2005 02:40 AM
Murkofan
Re: Indian Wells 2005

Oh, but Martina had the funniest interviews this side of Deux's
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