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Old 09-12-2006, 06:19 PM   #2161
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Roger has won 9 slams and he has faced Andy in 3 occasions, that's pretty good. It's more than anyone else as Rafa has faced Roger only twice in slam finals so far.
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Old 09-12-2006, 09:47 PM   #2162
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Old 09-12-2006, 10:10 PM   #2164
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Ok, so I am ridiculously late with this (stupid internet ) but I am so pleased that Andy got to the final! and he put up a good fight in the final, I was worried that it was going to be a straight sets thrashing but he put his heart and soul into it and I was so proud of him at the end of it! I really want to look back through the thread and see all the pics and interviews and stuff but I've got about 45 pages to look through! It's going to take forever! I think i'll save that for when I've got a lot of spare time!
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Old 09-13-2006, 07:34 AM   #2166
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Why is Andy wearing a cap with a big L posting in between two big W guys. Are you mad Andy?

Nice photo anyway, apart from the cap.
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Old 09-13-2006, 10:17 AM   #2167
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the L is for Lacoste

Andy I really like that that pic was taken with Tiger and Roger...even though I don't like Tiger at all (likewise for Roger but...lmao). It's just cute
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LMAO Manierer, i was thinking that too. I was like, i love that picture and then i thought that i only liked one out of three

I haven't actually said anything since sunday, i sorta forgot to But i am superamazinglywhoa proud of Andy. If he plays sets like 2 and 3 all year through, he'll be in big finals a whole lot more often. Andy and Jimbo is obviously love.

Yeah, so thankyou Andy for a great fortnight at Flushing. Bring it more often. (:
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he's #3 in the race, let's be clear But he certainly made it likely now that he'll qualify for Shanghai


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Great photos, Jlee

Was this posted already? It seems that Bud has jumped back on the Roddick bandwagon:

Federer reigns, but Roddick's rising
Swiss master wins another major, but U.S. star is back on track

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By Bud Collins
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Sept 10, 2006

I know that many tennis fans might be disappointed that Andy Roddick lost to Roger Federer, 6-2, 4-6, 7-5, 6-1 in the men's singles final at the U.S. Open.

But I’m hoping those same fans understand just how positive this U.S. Open was for Roddick.

Red, white, but not blue

I think this U.S. Open gives us new hope for the Americans as far as men’s tennis is concerned.

Take a look back at the draw and you’ll see it was only two American players that gave Federer any trouble.

Federer lost only two sets at this major: one to James Blake in the quarterfinals, and one to Roddick in the final.

They were the only two guys who made Federer sweat -- and Roddick did that even better than Blake was able to do.

Roddick is of a different temperament. Blake let it be known that he seemed to worship Federer, and I don’t think that’s Roddick's way.

Roddick went right after Federer once he settled into the match, and his two weeks at the U.S. Open allowed him to claim his season back from the brink of disaster.

After his third-round loss to Andy Murray at Wimbledon, I thought Roddick was in serious trouble. But that has turned out not to be the case at all.

Showing some positive signs

Roddick did what he had to do in the match against Federer -- he was attacking, he served well, and he fought off Federer on many occasions in the match, and that is very important.

Clearly, Jimmy Connors, who began coaching Roddick after Wimbledon, has helped Roddick find his way on the court, and with his self-belief.

I must say, however, that when Roddick fell 5-0 behind in the first set, I was thinking it was going to be a really bad day at the office for the American.

And I was thinking it was going to be a really disappointing day for the crowd, which would have to endure a final like that of two years ago when Federer beat Lleyton Hewitt, 6-0, 7-6, 6-0 in about as much time as it took some of the fans to find their way to their seats.

I was saying to myself that here we were in the U.S. Open final, and one of the guys wasn’t even finding a way to get on the scoreboard again. But it was very encouraging the way that Roddick found the moxie to get himself back into the match after the first set, and I hope he takes encouragement from his performance against Federer.

But then Roddick saw a little light at the end of the tunnel, and started to look like he belonged out there. He found his form to put together two winning games in the first set, and came out hot to trot in the second set.

Third set proves decisive

While Roddick looked able to challenge Federer in the match with the way he played in the second and third sets, I must be honest and say I never thought he could win it. But I thought he had the goods to push the match into five sets.

In the second and third sets, Roddick stayed very close to Federer. So close that I thought the Swiss sensation would get a case of the hives.

First Roddick, the very guy who looked like he was lost in space through the first six months of the year, had the audacity to win the second set. It was the first set that Roddick had won off of Federer since the first set of their 2004 Wimbledon final.

In their 12 career matches, Federer has won 11 of them, the Swiss giant has won 27 of 32 sets they’ve played.

Pound for pound, shot for shot, Roddick and Federer worked their way to 5-5 in the third set. And they had to show how they could be both offensive and defensive wizards -– Federer saved four breakpoints in the fifth game; Roddick saved five breakpoints in the sixth game.

If Roddick had won one of those four breakpoints, maybe he would have won the third set. But I think we need to remember that Roddick pushed Federer in the match, and that has to be a positive for him as he leaves the season's final major.

But then the truth came out in the last couple of games of the set -- Federer is the best tennis player on the planet. He held his serve in the 11th game at love, and then went up 0-40 on Roddick's serve in the 12th game.

Sure, Roddick held Federer at bay on that first set point, pulling an ace out of his hat like a magician pulls out a rabbit from a hat. But on the second set point, Roddick made a backhand error and his misery started.

Mountain climbing

Roddick says he is close to the top of the mountain, but not at the top of the mountain -- yet. But he should take some heart in how he turned this summer around -- he is 20-2 for the hard court season.

No player in the history of the game has won back-to-back three consecutive Wimbledon and U.S. Open titles, and so Federer is without a doubt a tough act to beat.

I think Roddick and the rest of the gang in the upper echelon of men's tennis are still far away from Federer, who is only 25.

Unless Federer gets bored or hurt, he owns this generation of tennis.

But as I said before, Roddick should be proud of himself for how he did at the U.S. Open, and things should only be encouraging for him for the future.

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Andy I really like that that pic was taken with Tiger and Roger...even though I don't like Tiger at all (likewise for Roger but...lmao). It's just cute
I'm aware of Lacoste but it's super ironic for Andy to be wearing a big L next to 2 legends on the day he lost to Roger.
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actually, the real question is. where is andy's hand. eh? EH?! mmmhmm, on roger's bum.
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Ignoring the Fedtardism of the writer, he makes a few interesting observations on other players, and I'm glad somebody in the media has finally commented on Roddick's almost-tears:

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HE MAKES THE OPPONENT CRY
Sept 16, 2006

Roddick collided with that Federer fellow, who makes everyone facing him want to cry, and fell, writes ROHIT BRIJNATH.

It was enough to make anyone weep. Roger Federer across the net. And Tiger Woods lounging in his box. As ganging up goes, this was a new low. Give Andy Roddick credit for stepping forward, literally and figuratively, challenging Federer, confronting him, by moving ahead to the net, getting in his face.

No question, for a while on Sunday, the renewed American appeared able enough to defeat any man.

Except the Great One.

Roddick at the Open smacked backhand winners down the line! He attacked! He sliced! He curled in off-balance passing shots! Some of this stuff other advisers might have suggested to him, but when coach Connors says it you tend to listen.

Connors, looking on as Roddick took the second set and scrapped vigorously in the third, ran his fingers through his hair in nervous disbelief. Federer looked like he was about to yawn. Earlier in the tournament Roddick had said of the Frosty Fed, "he kind of ho-hums his way through break points." James Blake, asked after their pulsating encounter if he had worried the Fed, says, "Did his heart rate ever go up above about 60?"

Yeah, sure, Roddick's a new player. But the Fed, inscrutable, impassive, unmoved, is an old master. He out-aced (17 to Roddick's 7), out-winnered (52 to 26) and then outclassed the American.

Federer always cries, as if after a fortnight of immaculate control he can finally pull the plug and release his emotions. Not this time. Maybe he knew he had only won the Open, but Agassi owned it.

As farewells go, it was typically Agassi, somewhat choreographed, somewhat theatrical, more than somewhat moving. Pete Sampras arrived at the 2002 Open, his final Slam, without promise of retirement and left with no guarantee of returning, instead he grabbed the title and was gone, a dry-eyed triumphant departure.

Agassi's prior announcement that this was the end ensured nostalgia, appreciation, a one-eyed crowd excused every discourtesy, ovations, astonishment as he gritted out two wins, and then a tearful, defeated exit. Sometimes, the way men exit their arenas tells us a little about them. Sampras grabbed you by the collar, Agassi the heart. Some days you wondered, all that raining at this Open, was it the heavens howling? Why not, everyone else was bawling. Even Serena Williams, watching Agassi on TV.

As she put it: "At one point I had to calm down and say, `Wait a minute, I'm crying harder than Andre here.' I was like, OK, pull myself together and realise that I wasn't retiring; it was him. He's a great, great guy."

In a tearful tournament, Sharapova stood out, for Manicured Maria ain't no blubberer, more a grim gladiator in Gucci, whose smile doesn't always reach her eyes. Talk of substance finally meeting style is nonsense, for she always possessed both, but occasional demonstrations of the former are useful.

Sure she covers the court like a Bolshoi Ballet reject, and her game has three gears (hit hard, harder, hardest), but she smacked Amelie Mauresmo for the first time ever and then overturned a losing streak to wallop Henin-Hardenne in a dud final.

So her father in the stands held up a banana and she ate one, and then a water bottle and she drank some, and her hitting partner Michael Joyce did the same, courtside coaching at its most unsubtle. But hey, when you're beautiful (and then you win), you're evidently permitted to break the rules.

No one likes losing but Haunting Henin, with a slightly amputated service action, has a little in common with the Russian. Both chew on nails (the iron variety) at changeovers and probably drink brake fluid. When an opponent's in trouble, or falls, you can see their marble faces sneer "boo-hoo".

Elsewhere you wanted to weep for Marat Safin because his career continues to be a crying shame. The Russian's the flakiest fellow tennis has seen, and there was a wistfulness to him, when he, a former champion who upended Nalbandian this year then fell to Tommy Haas, said: "It's just that every time I've been playing well, then I was getting injured and I had to start all over again. I really am tired a little bit of making comebacks."

Safin is part of a Russian renewal (this time driven by men), but no longer its leader. Instead it is the hair-losing, meal-needing Nikolay Davydenko, who plays with the fervour of a young revolutionary, chasing balls as if he might a cause.

The Energiser-battery-powered Davydenko's ability to adapt is evident in semi-final placings at the French and Australian Opens, a feat he repeated at this Open. Whereupon he ran into a fellow called Federer. The other Russian semi-finalist, Mikael Youzhny had earlier run into Rafael Nadal, and, gulp, ran over him.

Youzhny is owner of a flat game Nadal might like to acquire (and add to his top-spin collection), and an idea everyone is going to steal. He attacked the Spaniard's strength, his forehand, and it worked.

Of course Nadal hit too short (his failing on hardcourt) and for a man who does stirring impersonations of a machine he was oddly unreliable. The last time he made 38 unforced errors (against Youzhny) in a match was possibly when he was seven years old and his only racket had broken a string.

Nadal has never been strong on sob stories, and despite his sartorial sense is every inch a gentleman. Excuses he does not care of, instead he hailed his Russian conqueror and dismissed talk of his injured ankle with "It's okay. Is stupid now say anything about that, no? No, it's okay. I never I don't want to speak never when I lose. If I win, I say anything about my ankle. But if I lose, that's as I lose, I lose. No ankle, no pain, nothing. I lose."

For a very young, very rich, very successful, very famous sportsman, Nadal is pleasantly familiar with grace. So is James Blake, whose exchanges of artillery fire with Federer threatened to bring the house down.

Blake, whose low-margin-of-error, full-volume hitting makes him erratic but irresistible, competed fiercely for three of four sets, both men producing 99 winners between them, some which still glitter in the memory.

But there was a moment, after the first set tie-breaker (which Blake had chances to win, didn't, and then lost the second set 6-0) where the American looked pale, shaken, as if after playing such fine, inspired, bold tennis the most awful of realisations had struck him, that he was simply not good enough to beat this man.

As looks go, perhaps the most poignant moment of the Open not belonging to Agassi was etched on Andy Roddick's face immediately after his powerful, persuasive quarter-final win over Lleyton Hewitt.

For a second, before it abruptly composed itself, Roddick's face crumpled with emotion, as if he was visibly moved by the confirmation that, dammit, yes, after a distressing season of losses, he had re-found his talent. He could play this game.


Then he collided with that Federer fellow, who makes everyone facing him want to cry.
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