I hope that you come back at 100% and when you are ready to compete at that top level again. Just like last year, that was so much fun to watch unfold. You played so well. I remember getting up very early and watching your Roland Garros matches, really great times. Your second set against Venus at Wimbledon, that was powerful tennis. The San Diego win. Beating Justine, Amelie, and Elena at the U.S. Open. Moscow coming back from 0-6 down in the third set tie-breaker against Likhovtseva to win 8-6 saving six match points!!!!!!!! And to go on and win the tournament!! The year ending championships was awesome to, with wins over Clijsters and Davenport!! I hope that you can come back and make the magic happen again! Get well!
Another note. I don't know if you give advice or even read these for that matter, but I was just wondering what motivates you to play at the top level. I'm a fairly good junior player, I play 1 singles for my high school and I'm close to the top 10 for my state. But lately I have been feeling sad on the court and not playing at my best, spraying balls all over the place and feeling so frustrated to the point where I can hardly play. I know you've had ups and downs in your carrer and you get through them, obviously this is at a lot lower level though, but what keeps you fighting? I want to fullfill my potential, but I don't know how. I know I'm going out on a limb here, but I was just wondering. Thanks!
Your biggest fan (besides Mark Spruce), Scott
Last edited by Sund7101; Jun 9th, 2006 at 02:53 AM.