I think they will.Dirk said:He better be playing a night match. Rogi and Santoro are two rarities in this sport and will wow the crowd if they both play well. We just have to hope the USTA is smart enough to put Roger's match on Ashe at night......OR DON'T THEY THINK HE CAN SELL ENOUGH TICKETS???!?!?!?!? :fiery:
It's not like their matches were envisioned to be 5-set classics. Also Roger has only played one match so it's too early to talk about a weird schedule. Tuesday the chose to put Roddick on at night (good call) and Wednesday's men's night match is always the first of the second round. Maybe the could have set Hewitt second on AA in the day session, but other than that the schedule looks allright (for now).mirkaland said:Roger's the #1 seed and defending champ and all these other guys are put on AA at night before he is. :retard: Sheesh. They should do it like at Wimbledon where the defending champs (men at least) play on day 1 in prime time. It's ridiculous that James Blake gets a prime time night match on AA before Roger does. I don't care that he's an American. He's not a seeded player, why should he get the prime time slot? When Roger played the other day the stands were half full. I'm sure it was the same thing for Hewitt today. Their scheduling is wack.
It seems to me that the bottom half plays today (except for Nadal who played yesterday), so nothing ridiculous uptil now. The top half will come out play all tomorrow. They'd better give Roger the night match yeahLLeytonRules said:I find it ridiculous that guys like Muller, Agassi and Ginepri are playing today, on thursday and not Federer.