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Category Archives: Media
Lleyton, one of the most fierce competitors around, made excuses after the match and blamed his more difficult draw and fatigue for not crossing the finish line and it was this that Michael Russell took issue with.
Michael Russell’s Facebook page soon displayed a rant directed at Hewitt in which he called the Australian a “douche bag” and a “racist”. Read more
Andy Murray d Novak Djokovic 6-4, 7-5, 6-4.
Impressive performance. Well done.
Say no more.
It was another hideous hyper-extension injury to the left knee of Argentine Juan Martin del Potro in the first game of his quarterfinal against David Ferrer that left many wondering if he’d done serious ligament damage. Somehow Juan Martin not only got up and walked on despite the pain but beat David Ferrer in straight sets.
It’s going to be another story in the semi finals against Novak Djokovic who has the power to match Del Potro but a flexibility that is matched seemingly by no one except a Cirque du Soleil acrobat.
Hopefully Delpo can find some stability in that knee to take him just a bit further.
It started with an early morning announcement that there was essentially no point bothering to go down and line up for tickets. Some people waited in line for over six hours only to be irritatingly told they still had another 2-3 hours to wait. Others were entertained by Toni Nadal and Judy Murray serving coffee.
The players we not amused though. Read more
Rafael Nadal has been comfortably beaten in three sets by Steve Darcis who is ranked 135 in the world on the first day of play at Wimbledon as his knee issues reared their ugly head against an inspired opponent. Darcis won 7-6, 7-6,
It was a horrible day at the office for Rafael. Last year he struggled with a knee injury few knew he was carrying. When Rosol beat Nadal in the second round over five sets people were shocked but today Rafa looked a shadow of the player who had been beaten in the Rosol match. It is the first time in his career that Rafa has ever been beaten in the first round of a Grand Slam. Read more
These boys are used to playing with pain every day. They’re used to running on blisters that the rest of us wouldn’t even dream of taking weight on and Novak has certainly improved his mental toughness over the last few years but he did loose it over the horrible ankle sprain he suffered during yesterdays Davis Cup match.
‘Injuries are part of the sport and you try to avoid them as an athlete as much as you can. The nature of the injury is still to be determined.
One hour, one hour and a half after the end of the match, all I can say is it Read more