Originally Posted by debby
No, I totally agree about RG and Nole tbh. It was obvious. Had he won the fourth, Rafa would have had a meltdown in the last set IMO, he was running out of gas and momentum. Oh well. Soderling remains the Rafa killa legend.
Yes ! It was all about Andy's attitude
he was such a headcase
so happy things are turning around, it spices up things in the ATP !
What kind of studies?
Awww, have fun !
Well, you don't have to study all the time in the uni
I still visit TF during my uni time, ok not in december/early january and may, that's true. (exam time)
Of course I won't study all the time
But, I doubt I'll hang out as much on TF as I do atm
Anyway, as long as I get to watch a lot of tennis, I'll be good. You know what, it occurred to me how lucky we actually are. I mean, tennis season is probably the longest of all sports, we have 4 Majors (2 months of super-quality and intense tennis per year), and a bunch of other big tournaments. I have a friend who is crazy about swimming and she only gets to watch it like 2 times per year top
I think I'd die watching tennis so rarely
What are you studying at your uni?
Originally Posted by Trih
I feel the same about everything.
Because of the StupidSaturday the schedule was fucked up by the weather once again, and playing the day before the final didn't help Nole.. but Andy deserved it after so many losses, so congrats to him.
And, coming from a Roger/Nole fan, I was really gutted when Rafa didn't play OG and USO, I hope he comes back as soon as possible because he means so much to this sport, and if they all 4 stay fit during 2013 we will have a memorable season.
Yup, that Saturday was anything but SuperSat in the end
And it really didn't do Novak any good
But I was actually surprised that he physically couldn't keep up in the end, because he has been very dominant in that aspect as well in the past year and a half (I seriously don't know where he got the energy to pull off that AO final
). Well, he's not a machine...
I honestly can't wait for 2013. I mean look at this year, and look who the Slam winners are, the best players of the season in both men's and women's tennis: Nole, Rafa, Roger and Andy/Vika, Maria and Serena... (we just miss Aga to fill in the void
) So, I think we're in for a new chapter in the history of tennis, there's no more dominance of a single player, but of a group of them, and it should be interesting seeing how things develop among those groups (with women's tennis being more open ofc)
As long as Maria and Novak win a Slam next year (preferably RG, both of them, or Australia for Maria and RG for Nole) I'll be super happy