Originally Posted by pc1
I just want interesting rallies and games. It's hard to say what match is going to be interesting. For example I generally hate Roddick against Federer matches because usually Roddick can't hurt Federer. It's usually the same old thing, Federer blocks the Roddick serve back and outrallies him from the baseline. Yet Roddick almost defeated Federer at Wimbledon this year in a pretty decent match.
Miloslav Mecir was always interesting to me if he played a baseliner like Connors or a serve and volleyer like McEnroe.
I loved watching Mecir play anyone. He had an incredible way of moving around the court: he just glides gracefully from place to place with so little energy expenditure. It even makes Fed look clumsy.
The fundamental cause of the trouble is that in the modern world the stupid are aggressively certain, while the intelligent are full of doubt.