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Old 10-20-2003, 04:49 AM   #36
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Default Re: Quest for #1

He's not a short Speedy Gonzalez anymore, but
Andy can rally with & beat anyone...the serve
was not a weapon until he was 16 years old.
He didn't have a good serve because already
at 10,
Andy won competitions trading rallies when
he was very small.

I just don't think he's allowed to
train on different courts enough...
he's not just a 2 surface player...clay, carpet, grass, indoor hardcourt, etc. shouldn't be problems.

Andy needs to get edgy & stop applauding his opponent like a spectator...remember Wimbledon?

He better prove he's worthy of his rank.
Right now,
he doesn't realize how his schedule wears him down.
SNL & a long break are bad enough to take his
ranking away.
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