hmm watched bits and pieces and Ymer didn't have a good day. Now he must grind the challenger tour and improve his consistency.
Too wild and too careless tennis and it's more like former highest ranked swede Ryderstedt who gave up after being around top200-300 without ever getting anywhere for years. Luckily for Ymer he is still young and he just needs to work his ass off for the next few seasons and who knows
Steve Fink: "Who is the best player, not just on record but on ability?"
Pat Cash: "𝐃𝐣𝐨𝐤𝐨𝐯𝐢𝐜, he's a freak, he beats other 2 on their best surfaces. Hard to go passed the reality of head to head wins. At his best he's unstoppable."
I've met Pat. Great guy.
Played one set singles with my...
I was strolling down the memory lane these days...
There's only so many times one can rewatch even the historic matches... So I turned to some sidelined stuff, that doesn't come to mind that often.
Started thinking about the talents that didn't quite reach their potential... And there were so...
I'm vehemently opposed to holding the Open at all, have e-mailed the USTA letting them know this on more than one occasion and now this. A terrible idea.
Quoting Marca, French Sports Newspaper L'Equipe said players are asked to attend a Web Meeting on 6/10 3 P.M. GMT, when ATP announces what is planned from next 7/31.
Official public announcement will follow on 6/15, and another Web Meeting for coaches is planned on 6/18.