esther it really was bad timing ... lots of players don't even want to sign anything after a loss, so seb was doing what he could... so many ppl want a piece of him. i hope u'll have a better time with him at the open! don't forget to look up arnaud too....
well esther i can understand ur bitterness but u know seb isnt the most outgoing person of this world..he's so reserved and far from his fans...of course i would have expected him to be like "omg u have my book?it's on sale also here? " or something like this but he's kinda cold and shy so...
well neway i'd be as disappointed as u r if it happened to me with my big fave player.
ATP: Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Gael Monfils, Michael Llodra, Roger Federer, Mardy Fish
WTA: Kim Clijsters, Victoria Azarenka, Vera Zvonareva
See, this is where it gets confusing. Do I post here, do I post there? hmmmmm....both?
Aw, mate. He lost, that's all. Worst possible time to see him. The fact that he hung around to sign anything means he's a lovely guy. Most of them run from the court with their heads down. I don't blame you for being disappointed, but you'll see him again. He'll be in a better mood next time.
On a completely different note, I have a friend who is going be very happy that you took all those lovely photies of Rogi. Thanks.
As far as I know Sébastien, he has a lot of mood changes. Last time I saw him, along the side of Nenad Zimonjic in doubles in Rotterdam last year, he was really nice, earlier he hadn't been nice. Obviously he is a bit bitter when he loses, so you should forgive him. I understand how hard that can be though..
The Kooyong Classic isn't of any significant importance, is it? It is just a tournament to prepare for the AO and you are guaranteed a certain number of matches. I would take it lightly too, really. I would want to win, but if I don't, that's fine too.