Another day, same story. Nadal struggling and struggling and crawling back to recover from a horrible start. Just like yesterday Nadal reduced the number of unforced errors after the 1st set and won in the end
Anyway i doubt he can afford to make that many mistakes on sunday, even just for a start. But we'll se
Re: Rome QF:  Rafael Nadal Parera def.  Sir Andrew "Clayray" Murray OBE 1-6 6-3
Again Nadull hit merely 2 winners in the first set, and dulltards arguing dull is not a pusher. :haha:
The last two sets showed why Murray is so weak on clay. No serve, barely forehand winners, UEs exploding. And dull just beat this Murray by a slight edge. :haha:
I must say this staminadull is simply out of this world. Three 2.5+ hrs matches in a row and I can't see any fatigue on him. Science will breakthrough if someone solves this dull mystery.
Re: Rome QF: Heroic Rafa Nadal def. Andy Murray 1-6, 6-3, 7-5
The clay king is back mother fuckers! Awful 1st set, but in GOAT mode in some parts of the others 2 sets. Great show of Murray too. He earned my respect today and most of people knows how I feel about him usually :worship:
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.
How would a player with:
Navratilova's net game
Hingis' tactical abilities
do on the ATP tour? Top 500, top 200, 100?