agreed, maybe the guy who started this thread should try playing someone named Agassi with a messed up thigh and blisters on the thumb.Jarrett said:execution? Coria played very well with all the problems he was dealing with. Not to mention that VERY bad call in the 3rd set that gave Andre an undeserved break.
What blisters? I heard he cut is finger making breakfast that morning. It was bleeding all over the place. :spit:CoriaFan4ever said:
CoriaFan4ever said:Huh?? Kim's semifinal hasnt even started yet...they are just warming up right now, what are you talking about?
I think you misunderstood me... or I'm misunderstanding you? Seeing as Coriafan here hasn't exactly been posting here since the dawn of time, how in the hell was he/she to know what point DH was trying to make? All of his points and ideas are so laced with sarcasm it's a wonder that any of us get them.Ryan16 said:Exactly Rebecca.
I fail to see what made that match that much more competitive. the fact that Hewitt won the first set? Ferrero was absolutely trashing Hewitt in the final set, Agassi/Coria was much closer, but let's just put this to an end, I'm not trying to get anything started here and unlike you I can watch my language.Ryan16 said:Sorry, I was obsessed about the womens semis. I meant Mens Qf's, like maybe Ferrero/Hewitt. I knew Kims match hadn't started, but I was wondering why USA's coverage hadn't picked up.