Same forecast as here in Cincinnati. Can't wait to see who's the first player to melt on court in about 2 weeks.KarolBeckFan said:It's supposed to be like 95 and muggy tomorrow, too.
Actually, I remember seeing a sign on one of the fountains, that because of a lead scare in the water supply, the fountain was turned off. A lot of DC has issues with lead water pipes. I drink only out of a bottled water cooler at work.LaTenista said:Aren't there water fountains at the tourney? For Cincy I always bring a water bottle with me full of cold water and then I refill it all day.
KarolBeckFan said:Oh and Becca, I couldn't get close enough to Mahut to give him your message, but hopefully he won't bail and I'll see him around to convey it for you.
It may not have been the hottest day ever, but if you think it was mild, you're insane.smucav said:I thought today was a fairly mild day weather-wise. Nothing like the month long heatwave that ended last Thursday.
I'm from Virginia... but there's nothing to do outside really were I'm from... so we aren't subjected to such temperatures.LaTenista said:Same forecast as here in Cincinnati. Can't wait to see who's the first player to melt on court in about 2 weeks.
Where are you from BTW?
Wayne Arthurs? :lol: Actually, the blond Australian you are probably referring to is Robert Smeets. I saw his match on Sat., he is fun to watch.KarolBeckFan said:Still, the practice match going on behind me grabbed my attention more so I walked over there. I'm not really sure who the one guy was, but there was a really cute blonde Australian that was just totally hamming it up. I must have watched him for half an hour. Studmuffin, truly.
She's a hottie...KarolBeckFan said:I looked at Jenny Hopkins jump rope for a few minutes (a much more impressive site than it sounds)