Discussion in 'NHL Hockey Forum' started by dash, Feb 13, 2011.
Sid starting early with the strawberries and cream.
Krygios was trying to get the cream going yesterday
Milos into the third round of Wimbledon with three identical tie-breaker set scores (7-6(4) 7-6(4) 7-6(4)). He almost killed a ball girl in the process (about 40 seconds in).
Milos moves on in straight sets
Hey Jack, why you heff to be mad, is only game.
ooh, right in the nuts.
Genie advancing as well, which is nice
even whilst distracted
so much for that.
ah well, a couple of rounds is a step forward I guess.
I watched the match and Genie actually played well, her opponent played just a little bit better. I hope she sticks with her new coach as there are some definite encouraging signs.
Disappointing loss for Denis today, but the draw has opened up for Milos:
Update from the All-England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club - Milos is into the quarter-finals when he will face John Isner, expect to see very few rallies and at least three tie-breakers.
I will decline picking a winner in this one.
Smart money is on the Over +2.5 tie breakers
What's the over/under in total combined aces for Milos/Isner - I think we could easily reach triple digits.
Raonic/Isner should be fun on Wednesday. The winner goes to the semis to face Federer more than likely.
Isner in straight sets, Milos with a geranellium injury excuse in the post-match press conference.
After dropping the first two sets against Roger Federer, Kevin Anderson has won the next two sets. I still think Fed will prevail, but this match has gone on way longer than I thought it would.
Wimbledon update - Federer and Anderson are currently tied 6-6 in the fifth set - No tie-breaker in the fifth set at Wimbledon, thus we could be here a while.
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