In the case of Andy, yes. He said beforehand that he'd only be happy with the title, no less. So it's not as if winning the title never crossed his mind.Hagar said:Give me Federer and Guga's genuine emotions any time. Am I the only one who thinks that these guys ACT like they are emotional?
Saying something and actually doing it are two very different things. And considering it is his first ever slam, I think it was pretty beguine, err genuineBeggin' Beguine said:In the case of Andy, yes. He said beforehand that he'd only be happy with the title, no less. So it's not as if winning the title never crossed his mind.
Verkerk had actually faired reasonably well in one or two of the masters series on clay, if memory serves. But certainly nothing that indicated "RolandGarros contender".TennisHack said:That's the way Verkerk reacts. All of his reactions at Roland Garros were real. I don't think he won a clay match before that tournament so it was his dream tourney That's where he confirmed his nickname "Tha Face" (he earned it in Milan, where he won his first professional title earlier this year)
Roddick's always been a ham, but I'm sure he was happy.