Another week's worth of posts up on The Next Point
, all covering the final week of the US Open, including the Monday final:
: Federer demolishes Monaco (the player not the principality), and Fish and Tsonga produce the expected epic.
: A rainy day post for some rainy days.
: Roddick beats Ferrer, and Tipsarevic decides a quarterfinal is good enough.
: A deep breath before the semifinals, looking back, looking forwards.
Favouring The Brave
: The US Open semifinals. The match, the forehand return, the legend. Also Murray stinking up the joint.
Wholly Sam Stosur
: A rare foray into women's tennis, simply because Stosur's victory over Willaims was too stirring to ignore.
Never In Doubt
: Nadal leaves it all on the court, takes a set and seven games. Djokovic should somehow be ranked higher than No.1.
The Right of Might
: Is Super Saturday history? Should 'precautionary' retirements be subject to the lack of best effort rule?
Hope you enjoy it, and thanks for reading, and thanks to all who've made comments.