Originally Posted by outrider
Whats your problem? Davis cup and Olympics are every week or what? Of course Nestor/Pospisil is a new combination because they don't play together every week.
Good combos is subjective.
Harrison is a very good doubles player, Lindstedt also.
Same for Butorac and Nielsen and Bhupathi and Petzschner.
Please don't comment if you don't say anything at all with your words. Useless.
My problem right now is your juvenile attitude.
But that's much more your
problem than it is mine...
You didn't like what I wrote because it didn't agree with you and didn't make you out to possess incredibly wise tennis insights... so you decide to react like an overly sensitive and rude 13 year old.
Ok... you do a better job at revealing yourself than I do, after all...
Despite your wishful thinking, Nestor and Pospisil, by the way, are not a 'new team' at all. They know each other very well, have played Davis Cup and the Olympics together, and have practiced together as a team many, many times.
They entered the U.S. Open together because they will be playing Davis Cup vs. Serbia soon after the U.S. Open, and rather than play in New York with different partners, they (and/or the Davis Cup team) decided it would be good to play together there - especially since Nestor hasn't had a steady partner in the past few years.
This must be the lowest seeding for Nestor in any tournament in over a decade...