Feb 18, 2013 -- 12:06AM, Darlo Bantam wrote:
Raonic has lost at least one point on his first serve. Not sure it's more than one though.
hes 22 you idiot
Feb 18, 2013 -- 12:12AM, smb360 wrote:
Sigh. Do I really have to spell it out?'Developments in racquet technology and faster balls and courts mean that the best servers now consistently serve at speeds of over 160mph. The world #1 and #2 recently contested the US Open Final in a four hour match, where in each of the five sets there was not a single break point. Player #1 won 7-6 6-7 7-6 6-7 7-6. Both players served more than 80 aces.Only 500 people were in the crowd, and it is estimated that less than 50,000 people watched the match on television around the world. The sport has lost its appeal amongst both fans and sponsors, meaning that there is very little money in the sport any more and the winner of the US Open will take home just $10,000.'This is an example of the kind of thing that could happen to the sport if if the balls start moving faster and the majority of players become capable of producing serving better than Raonic does at this tournament. The sport cannot afford to let players use equipment that enable them to serve any better than Raonic is doing here. As it is, Raonic is only being broken 2% of the time at this tournament. Imagine if every single player was capable of holding between 97-100% of the time.The sport would almost die.
spell it out??????? but she listened to a song saying i need you i miss you when i came back......and not to mention the constant and inatant deep reactions i got from her thereafter........oh the confusion of it all.......
Feb 18, 2013 -- 12:17AM, Darlo Bantam wrote:
How on earth is Haas going to win this?
Get to a tiebreak and PRAY.
Feb 18, 2013 -- 12:21AM, ;[p wrote:
cmmon milos break him and we can head to the all star game
Cheers p. I thought that was tomorrow night.
Feb 18, 2013 -- 12:30AM, Darlo Bantam wrote:
"At 15 he was doing calculus". Erm, isn't it part of UK national syllabus before then?
Nope, AS Level (17 year olds).
Feb 18, 2013 -- 12:31AM, smb360 wrote:
Feb 18, 2013 -- 12:30AM, Darlo Bantam wrote:"At 15 he was doing calculus". Erm, isn't it part of UK national syllabus before then?Nope, AS Level (17 year olds).
Changed since my day then.