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Old 01-14-2005, 06:00 PM   #61
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This article makes it seem as if BG is replacing Mal as the roving reporter. I can't imagine that working out well for anyone:
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LOL smucav!!!!! I can't imagine it working well, either.

Whoever asked about Andy and the heat, he generally handles the heat pretty well, but i heard it was gonna cool down in Melbourne anyway...
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Ugh... no. Brad is so annoying on TV.

He did some announcing during the mid-90's, and it was just bad. He's a lot like Luke Jensen. He tries to come across all cool, and says lots of annoying things.

I guess in short doses, it may be fine.

But, I prefer boring Mal. Plus, he's so cute.
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Labadze is a lefty and underestimating him will make Andy lose almost 500 points and soon enough...a top 3 ranking.

If you guys remember Rusedski in that USO 5 setter vs. Sampras, he sometimes
played his best and pushed a top player to the limit.
In 2004 AO, Andy was so happy with Brad's game plan that he refused to be aggressive vs. Safin.
PMac callied Safin a mental midget and Brad happily declared him a loser before the AO quarters. At Wimbledon, he was insulting other players and by 2004,
everything backfired on him. Bye bye, Gilby...
I wonder if Andy's family called Andy after watching Brad on ESPN.

Dean probably should be DC captain, since winning DC is the main thing for Andy.
The ignorant remarks of Mary Carillo, PMac and Washington shouldn't be showcased whenever Andy is on TV.
Andy's blood must be boiling.
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This article makes it seem as if BG is replacing Mal as the roving reporter.
Ugh.

That's all the more reason Andy better not tank. I don't know if I'll be able to take Gilbert if he gets upset early; I can already feel the smug now...
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This article makes it seem as if BG is replacing Mal as the roving reporter. I can't imagine that working out well for anyone:
ESPN2 Announces Australian Open Schedule
uhhhh well I prefer Brad in small doses, but at least he knows what he is talking about, unlike Mal who has to be corrected after every other thing he says. Even still, I dont know who could handle Brad as a full time commentator.
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uhhhh well I prefer Brad in small doses, but at least he knows what he is talking about, unlike Mal who has to be corrected after every other thing he says. Even still, I dont know who could handle Brad as a full time commentator.
Mal is horrible & needed to be canned long ago, but I'm not sure BG is the right person to replace him. I can't picture him being stealthy and/or quiet in the stands while matches are going on. I can picture coaches/former players in the stands trying to get away when they see him coming toward them with his microphone. I'm sure BG will be fine in the studio and/or the booth, but I'm skeptical of his success as a roving reporter.
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at the kooyong final today, my friend and i were a little over excited, and were screaming for andy so much. when andy went to talk to him, after he got his ankle taped, my friend shouted out 'I LOVE YOU DEAN', and he looked at us a smiled - priceless!
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'Amped' Roddick energises tennis, rock 'n' roll-style
January 16, 2005

In the conservative world of professional tennis, American Andy Roddick is a breath of fresh air, writes Rohit Brijnath.

If you don't know what "totally amped" means, perhaps you need a dictionary of slang. If you're not familiar with "peace out", look that up, too. If you're new to the phrase "Hey all, what's shakin'?", get used to it.

If you want to be part of Andy Roddick's world, English as you know it is not going to be enough. Neither is sport as you know it. Good thing, too.

If Roger Federer's stylish game with its improvisatory touches is all jazz, and the steadfast baseliners with their sheet music present as classical musicians, then A-Rod (Andrew Stephen Roddick just doesn't fit) with his percussive serve and drum-roll forehand, is a bit of rock 'n roll. In the conservative confines of tennis, he's the dude we've been waiting for.

Roddick refreshes the parts most players cannot reach, a fellow who hired a bus last year with his tennis buddies and made a road trip across parts of America mostly unfamiliar with live tennis.

So there was this superstar in Mobile, Alabama, and Nashville, Tennessee, music on the courts, people occasionally talking to players and players talking back, doing what does he best - making a connection with cool crowds.

Fun is at a premium in professional sport. Free spirits are frowned at, news conferences sound like dirges. Marat Safin drops his shorts on court and officialdom harrumphs. Despite what we are told, sport is not a matter of life and death, and there is room for an expression of personality.

Roddick has chatted up talk show hosts, hosted Saturday Night Live, high-fived opponents, shaken the net and growled, and once responded to a reporter at Wimbledon, who asked him about whether he enjoyed being a sex symbol, by saying: "Do you want to go to dinner later?". He looks a young athlete enjoying his living, comfortable in his skin, and tennis can only be better for it.

As former world No. 1 Jim Courier, who himself once read Armistead Maupin's Maybe the Moon at changeovers and partly delivered his French Open victory speech in the local language, told The Sunday Age: "I think Andy's animation on court is terrific for tennis."

Courier believes his young successor understands the vanishing value of the athlete connecting with his audience, and that the contrasts between Roddick, the contained Federer and Hewitt, animated in his own way, serve the game well. Roddick's free spirit is not absent of warts, and he is still capable of sporadic lip to umpires and infrequent snaps at spectators, but remains some distance from any stereotypical label of "ugly American".

If he is no buttoned-up conservative, he is no outrageous rebel either, but inhabits his own ground in between, his flying of the Davis Cup flag last year pleasing even to traditionalists.

Always he has been viewed as America's future, and he has suffered this pressure with a pleasing equanimity; his nation now has reason to preen, for not only has it found a fine player for this generation, but he is salvation mostly with a smile, neither crotch-grabber nor aloof, like some of his more famous US predecessors.

In news conferences, he may occasionally sit marble-faced but his responses are thoughtful, honest and frequently droll.

Even during last year's Davis Cup final, in the midst of a cauldron of disappointment, when asked what he would tell his grandchildren of the experience, he shot back: "Bud, we're looking way ahead, aren't we; I don't even have a girlfriend and already I have grandchildren!"

Perhaps most striking was his poise in defeat after last year's Wimbledon final, not just in his unqualified praise of Federer, but in his candid admission that until he started winning matches against the Swiss, "rivalry" was not an appropriate description of them. After losing yesterday's Kooyong Classic final, the world No. 2 had won but one of 10 matches against the No. 1.

Improbably, there was a time when he, now 188 centimetres, was "Little Roddick", not merely because the tennis-playing Roddick in the family was brother John, but because Andy was a small kid. Then he swiftly grew, in size and stature.

His ascension up the rankings was rapid, from winning his first tournament in 2001 to world No. 1 in 2003, but, like his peers, must now feel the passing frustration of being born in the era of the Swiss. Abruptly, his game looked even more unsubtle in comparison and absent of variation.

Still, this week David Nalbandian, when questioned on Roddick's weaponry, raised his eyebrows as he said "serve" and then added "forehand, a very good forehand", which looks and sounds from some angles like a sledgehammer. Courier adds it's "good news" that Roddick has been No. 1, and collected a major (2003 US Open), yet still has room to expand and advance his repertoire. It is a roundness of game he needs to make a persistent challenge for greatness.

Roddick's sense of adventure is not restricted to road trips but journeys to the net, not to be derided in an age when most blanch at the word "volley". Courier sees him "getting to the net more often", but suggests he has room "to get better at his attacking game".

Part of that process, Courier says, is for Roddick "to play further up in the court", inside or at the baseline, for camping behind it leaves him in defensive positions, making it all the more difficult to dictate rallies. This shift in court position, explains Courier, would also enhance his backhand, an inelegant shot that may escape definition as a weakness but scarcely qualifies as a weapon, despite the addition of a slice.

Courier contends that since Roddick doesn't "generate as much (racquet) head speed (on the backhand) as he does on the forehand", it is tougher to play defence from the back. And thus the closer he gets to the baseline the more effective his backhand becomes.

Yet, whatever dimensions Roddick must add to his game, he is advantaged by his age (22) and an understanding that any progress will arrive from sweat.

This week, he explained that his new coach, Dean Goldfine, told him: "I'm not going to take any of your nonsense. If we do this, we are going to go to work and we are going to work really hard."

Said Roddick: "I loved that." The result has been a concentration of training that Roddick says he has not done since he was 15.

The truth is Roddick might appear occasionally in Rolling Stone and Elle, but primarily he is a tennis player, judged not by magazine covers but tournament titles. He may be charismatic and sociable, but he is also driven by a fury to succeed (he recently said even his practice matches with Andre Agassi were played with an elevated intensity).

To be entertainer and champion is not a conflict of ideas, but it is not an easy balance to maintain, and one day he might feel the need to handcuff his personality, to subdue his natural man, which would be a pity. But until that day at least, we are mostly pretty much amped to be part of Andy Roddick's world.
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Ugh... no. Brad is so annoying on TV.

He did some announcing during the mid-90's, and it was just bad. He's a lot like Luke Jensen. He tries to come across all cool, and says lots of annoying things.

I guess in short doses, it may be fine.

But, I prefer boring Mal. Plus, he's so cute.
Luke Jensen is annoying, but I've heard him say some insightful things. Too bad he can't tone down the dudespeak.
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Andy won't start til Tuesday Now let's just hope he's in the middle of the afternoon or so, so that we can see his match live monday night
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As we follow Andy mixing it with the world’s best in Melbourne this week, it doesn’t seem that long ago that he was strutting his stuff on the clay of Seville fighting for a Davis Cup victory. Now, all of a sudden, the first Grand Slam of 2005 is at hand! It has been a very short off season, and the result has been numerous injuries to the players in the grueling heat Down Under. However, the men’s competition has survived slightly better than the women’s and most of the big guns are lining up to take the first major silverware of the season.

All eyes, of course, are immediately drawn to the world number one, and seemingly near invincible, Roger Federer. The first Grand Slam of the year often throws up a few surprises and it is by no means a foregone conclusion. However, it will take a tough performance to get the better of him. Jim Courier said, ”He is the complete package. I dare you to find a weakness. He is going to have to have an off-day for anybody to beat him these days.”

The Australian Open draw was released last night and Andy has been dealt what could be perceived a challenging draw to kick off his year. His first round match is against Irakli Labadze, a young Georgian who has never been past the first round of the Australian Open in three previous attempts. He is improving all the time and last year reached his highest career ranking of 42

A potential banana skin awaits Andy in round two in the form of British number two Greg Rusedski, who must get past Swedish veteran Jonas Bjorkman. He played impressively in Dubai against Federer and gave him plenty to think about with his powerful serve. Andy and Rusedski have met four times previously, with Andy taking the three most recent.

Also in Andy’s half are Lleyton Hewitt and Tim Henman. Both have been making the headlines in the lead up to the Australian Open. Hewitt has made no secret of the fact that he has been working out and training very hard. As the home favourite he is desperate to capture the Grand Slam title that has eluded him. No Aussie has won their home title since Mark Edmunson in 1976 and Hewitt is on a mission to change that. ”I feel physically as strong as anyone on the tour. I think I've put in all the hard yards; I know what I've got left in the tank.” Hewitt has never been past the fourth round, but should he make it to the semi finals he and Andy would be on course to meet each other.

Tim Henman put everyone on notice by announcing his retirement from Davis Cup in order to maximize his chances of winning a Grand Slam. Henman is making no secret of his intentions for this year and could potentially meet Andy in the quarter finals of the tournament. Speaking earlier in the week Andy said that he had a lot of respect for Tiger Tim. “There’s no doubt that he’s had his best year last year and that’s saying something after the injury problems he had the year before, to come back and put forth your best effort is impressive.”

Andy certainly has his work cut out for him if he is to make a winning start to his new coaching partnership with Dean Goldfine. Jim Courier has no doubt that he has what it takes to overcome Federer should they meet in the finals. ”He has the big power. If he has his A-game working well, he can really push Federer. He showed in last year's Wimbledon final that he needs to play high-risk tennis to be in the ball-game. But if he plays high-risk tennis and he has a good day, he can knock him down. It can happen.”

Good luck Andy!
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I'm so glad he's playing on Tuesday. It will give him a chance to rehab his ankle and be ready to go.
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The players that don't play on Monday will play 100% on Tuesday or are there also Wednesday 1st round matches?
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