Wednesday, March 18, 2009

One Helluva Match


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Andy Roddick needed his best and most focused tennis to dismiss an uncharacteristically calm and surprisingly in-form Nicolas Kiefer in straights.

3 comments:

Beth said...

Wish I had stayed up to see this. I had a feeling it was going to be a really good match.

Graf_sampras said...

LET IT BE SAID:


the second game of set 2 - where Andy Roddick Broke Ferrer...a very difficult to "dispatch" opponent....was MAGNIFICENT playing...

tenniswise and competingwise and SMART!!!


ANDY -- you gotta play LIKE DAT more often!

just BEAUTIFUL playing!!

that game was as complete I've seen play a breaking game as anyone's .

beautiful!

Graf_sampras said...

and...it was a LONG service game of ferrer's that roddick held onto from the baseline so well...then mixed up with volleyes that were really effective and he DIDN'T FLINCH at his opportunities!