It looks like it to me.
Yeah probably you're right, it's my wishful thinking.Davydenko withdraw?
Are you having a laugh? This is man who wouldn't miss a week of tennis if it bit him on the bum!
Nalbandian has won his last two meetings against Federer, whereas Roddick has won exactly 3 of the last 28 sets he's played against Federer. I'm pretty sure Federer would rather see Roddick in Shanghai.Before Madrid, Federer had beaten Nalbandian eight times in their previous nine meetings!
So I don't think Nalbandian gives Federer too many sleepless nights, me thinks!
In the mind of a retarded fan (read: you) maybe, but in practice he loses to these players more often than not on grass (Gasquet - wimbledon), slow hardcourt (Nadal - IW, Ferrer - Miami), medium-paced hardcourt (Djokovic - Montreal), and lightening-quick hardcourt (Ferrer - Cincy).Geez I hope he will , I am not sure about his form but last eyar he didn't played much in Europe as well and gave Roger hell of match , 100% Roddick can beat Gonzo, Gasqet, Ferrer, Rafa and Davydenko and even Djoko on such a fast surfaceso I wouldn't count him out so easily , with UsOpen form he can easily make SF or something
but what is more important he needs match practice and what's better place fot that than TMC with Top8 in and he his up to play at least 3 matches against top players