aha....zephyr_uk said:yeah well i had a bet on guga to beat him
I imagine Tim is salivating at the QFs v Rogi... probably motivated him to win so easily today.Sjengster said:Woh, so zephyr was all for Henman yesterday against Grosjean but now wants Federer to kick him out tomorrow? Good luck mate, with Henman's record against Federer it will most likely be the other way round.
Timbo served a double fault to open up when serving for the match, but hit two aces to finally close it out - he outaced Guga 6 to 4, which says a lot about how much better a returner he is than Philippoussis.
Interesting... upset -- yes, it w be the upset as Rogi is #3 and the favourite to win the match and even the tournament [well, after Juanqui and Pandy] but in a way it w be an upset of sorts if Rogi were to beat TIM properly... interessant...bunk18bsb said:aha....
well good luck Tim, I like both him and Roger but it'd be great to see Tim pull the upset
Considering the concorde doesn't fly anymore, zephyr, that seems extremely unlikely.
well considering how difficult it was to discern why you were rooting for him yesterday and completely against him today as if you were a different person, pardon me for not being able to tell LOLzephyr_uk said:and you didnt catch on with my sarcasm the point concorde doesnt fly was point of the sarcasm
Federer did GMTV? I never saw this! I did see a quote from him saying that Henman had to improve his serve to challenge at Wimbledon, but this I didn't know. Of course he's right, but I wonder if Henman will have a point to prove tomorrow when they face off?zephyr_uk said:as your english...did you see GMTV the monday after wimbledon this year??? Federer was all grins with his trophy and said he didnt think henman could win wimbledon as he doesnt have the tools to frighten people, if he had mre potent serve etc......thats a come down hearing that from a fellow pro