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Old 01-27-2007, 04:14 PM   #31
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sorry guys Here's the whole thing hahaha
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Old 01-27-2007, 04:17 PM   #32
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aww, that's so sweet! they are all such jerks!
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Old 01-31-2007, 03:15 AM   #38
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Andy may have gotten creamed in the AO SF but he's still a good bet according to these guys.

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At Covers.com, we don't let a silly points system prevent us from telling you the real order of the top players in the world.

Covers.com brings you its top 5 power players on the ATP tour heading into February's betting action.

After the season's first Grand Slam, we find out who's really in form and who has some work to do. One question you never have to ask – who is at the top?

1. Roger Federer – There isn’t a whole lot left to say about this guy. He becomes the first player since Bjorn Borg in 1980 to win a major without dropping a set. Federer now turns his attention to clay, the surface on which he so desperately wants to win the French Open. The Swiss world No 1 has now won a career-high 36 straight matches and has been ranked first for 156 consecutive weeks.

2. Andy Roddick – He may not have made the final in Melbourne, but I like the direction Roddick is heading. His all-round game has come a long way since coach Jimmy Connors started working with him and the American knows it's the only way he'll ultimately beat Federer. He's no longer a serve-dependent player and opponents can’t prey on his backhand like they used to.

3. Fernando Gonzalez – Gonzo possesses what I'd say is the best forehand in tennis and his serve has become more dangerous with his improved consistency. He has lightning speed and can cover a huge amount of space in a short time. He made the world's No. 2, Rafael Nadal, look like an amateur in the quarterfinals in Melbourne and he racked up a lot of dough for anyone who bet on him consistently throughout the Aussie Open.

4. Rafael Nadal – With the clay season looming in the not-too distant future, expect Nadal to turn up the heat. He withered in the Aussie heat and we didn’t see his best effort against Gonzo. He may have unexpected ly met his match in the nasty forehand department .

5. Tommy Robredo – This Spaniard made the finals in Auckland and gave Federer more trouble than anyone at the Australian Open when he lost 3-6, 6-7, 5-7. Watch out for this world No. 7, who could quietly be a good bet for another little while.
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Old 02-07-2007, 10:52 PM   #40
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Which is more tiresome: the Roger/Tiger debate or the Andy/James debate?

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SAN JOSE, Calif. // The way Roger Federer is dominating men's tennis, Grand Slam titles and the No. 1 ranking seem to be out of reach for Andy Roddick and James Blake.

So, for now, the two friends and rivals will have to settle for competing for the title of top American.

"If we keep going back and forth, it will be hopefully fun for the American public, the viewers, the fans," Blake said. "It's tough to have us holding up Grand Slam trophies because of that guy Federer. But hopefully we're two of the more exciting players in the game that can compete with him."

Blake ended 2006 as the No. 4 player in the world, two spots ahead of Roddick. They've flipped spots so far this year, with Roddick moving up to fourth after making to the semifinals in Australia and Blake dropping to sixth following his fourth-round exit.

There are only two other American men in the top 60 -- Mardy Fish at No. 25 and Robby Ginepri at 48 -- but Roddick disagrees with critics of the state of American tennis.

"You know, there's a lot of countries who would like to have our state," he said. "I think it would be nice to have a couple more younger guys come out, but I think we're doing OK."

Blake and Roddick will join forces this weekend when the U.S. Davis Cup team travels to the Czech Republic for a first-round matchup.

With two top-10 singles players and the top doubles team in the world in twins Bob and Mike Bryan, U.S. captain Patrick McEnroe hopes this is the year the country will end its Davis Cup drought. Long the dominant country in Davis Cup play with a record 31 titles, the Americans have not won it all since 1995.

"I think we're certainly lucky that we have our best players that are committed to Davis Cup," McEnroe said. "Obviously, we've had some disappointing first-round losses since I have been the captain. But we have also been in the hunt. We have been in a couple semifinals. We have been in a final. We are certainly in the hunt again this year."

The best-of-five series will be on an indoor red clay court, a surface that often bothers the Americans, including in last year's loss to Russia.

After the Davis Cup, Roddick and Blake will be on opposite sides next week at the SAP Open in San Jose, Calif.

The camaraderie they will share as teammates in Europe characterizes a relationship that is as much about friendship as rivalry. They train together at times, play in each other's exhibitions, go out for dinner on the road and are perhaps most competitive when it comes to cards.

Blake credits advice and support he got from Roddick for being able to end last year as the top-ranked American.

"He's a little younger than me, but in certain ways I look up to him in the fact that he was the No. 1 American for so long and really did it without the help of a lot of us," Blake said. "He was doing it alone. Dealing with all the pressure of the post Sampras and Agassi era. Dealing with all that kind of pressure on his own was very impressive."

Roddick has carried the burden of following Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi ever since winning the U.S. Open in 2003 and ending that year as the No. 1 player in the world. But he has not added a second major title, and went into a funk early last year before finding his game again under the tutelage of Jimmy Connors.

That helped Roddick reach the final of the U.S. Open last summer and the semifinals in Australia last month, but both runs at a second major title were brought to an end by Federer. A 6-4, 6-0, 6-2 thrashing last month in Melbourne showed how vast a gap Roddick has with the No. 1 player.

"To me that doesn't take away the great progress I saw in Andy's game," McEnroe said. "I really saw Andy playing the best tennis I have seen him play. Hopefully we can build on that and not worry about the fact that he took a tough beating in the semifinals."

Blake was more of a late bloomer, not reaching the top 10 until last March at age 26. He also ran into the Federer buzz saw at the U.S. Open, and lost in the fourth round in Australia to finalist Fernando Gonzalez.

But Blake is now getting to Roddick's level, even finally winning some head-to-head matches. Roddick won the first six meetings between the players, dropping only one set along the way, until Blake finally broke through last summer.

He beat his friend for the first time last June at the Queen's Club tournament in London and then followed it up by winning a third-set tiebreaker in the final in Indianapolis, joining Federer as the only player to beat Roddick during the summer hard-court season.

"The fact that I won the last two definitely gives it a little more validity to have it called a rivalry," Blake said. "I've said it a few times, he's really the leader of our Davis Cup team. He's the No. 1. I got to be the No. 1 American with help from him, with the fact that he dealt with this pressure for so long on his own. We all felt like we needed to help him, kind of unburden him just a little bit."
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Roddick nets a Hold 'em victory
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ONE FRIDAY NIGHT in December, I answered my cell phone and heard an excited Andy Roddick say, "Phil, I made it all the way to the final table!" With almost 250 players signed up for this charity poker tournament in Hollywood, the Andy Roddick Foundation kicked off its annual fundraiser in a big way.

The buy-in was a modest $500, with all the money going to abused and disadvantaged children. (For more, go to andyroddick.com.)

Venus and Serena Williams, Andre Agassi, Alex Rodriguez, Nicky Hilton, Mandy Moore and 2006 World Champion of Poker Jamie Gold were among the celebrities in attendance.

The big question was: Could Roddick win his own tournament? When Roddick made it down to the final two players - and yes, he really can play Hold 'em well - there were two hands where he was a 2 ½-1 favorite. In both cases his opponent had "one over" (one over card to a pocket pair). The first time his opponent had K-9 to Roddick's 10-10, and hit a king. The second time his opponent had A-4 to Roddick's 7-7, and hit an ace.

With the blinds at $3,000-$6,000, the following hand came up between Roddick and his lone opponent: Roddick made it $20,000 to go with 6-6, his opponent raised it up to $55,000 to go with J-10, Roddick moved him all-in for $110,000 total, and his opponent called. The hands were flipped up and the tournament director announced that Andy would need a six to win the pot.

The turn card was a... six! Andy has won the tournament and a seat to the World Poker Tour's Celebrity Invitational!"

Let's take a closer look at the play of this hand. It was a natural and easy $20,000 opening raise for Roddick to make with 6-6. As to the $35,000 reraise with J-10, it is not the kind of move that I like. I mean, why get involved with J-10 when you could wait another minute or two for a stronger hand? Also, Roddick plays a solid game of poker, and it was probable that he had the J-10 beat when he raised it up. If you want to call with J-10, then that's OK, but do not reraise. In fact, had Roddick's opponent called before the flop, and then ended up moving all-in on the flop, it was likely that Roddick would have folded his hand (after all, the flop was Q-J-2). As to Roddick's all-in move, I think that it is just fine. Roddick later told me, "I thought that I had the best hand, and that he had two over cards; it just seemed like the right time to move all-in." Indeed it was.

Now Roddick tells me he is ready to play in the World Poker Tour Celebrity Invitational March 4 at the Commerce Casino in Los Angeles. I told him, "You could have played in that event either way." He said, "That's true, but having won my way in, I feel much better about playing in it."

When you have "one over," you have: a) won over your spouse; b) one card over your opponent's pair; c) one big fat ace in your hand; d) all of the above.

Answer: b.
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