I think Pete should, because he won't have any more motivation to do it anymore (that he said he had one grand slam left, so there you go). But Andre won't. He's still doing so well, so why not keep going.
I still firmly beleive that Pete is waiting till the day that Andre retires, so that he can retire the day after - steal all the limelight, and have th glory of getting into the hall of fame a year before Agassi
No way will they retire at the end of this year. Sampras himself said he'd be back next year, to keep deluding himself I suppose (although he might up and win the US Open . . . not that I care anymore, it's been such a sucky tournament since Monday ) and Agassi is riding too high, I think.
The list of players Lendl lost GS finals to is ridiculously strong:
Connors x 2
Wilander x 3
Becker x 3
All truly formidable opponents (the Pat Cash loss was at Wimbledon) from various generations, older and younger.
My question is: Has anyone else ever had it as hard...
Maybe use this for some nice odds and just giving an outlet to write it down...
Basha was a 2.55 against Struff, I'm glad I took that on... but I took it in a multi, so now I need Thiem to come through.
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