Originally Posted by Clarky21
Nadal did not even play the AO in 2006 so how could Hewitt have played him?
I also think that if Lleyton wants to play then let him. He's not hurting anyone by continuing on. He's still competitive enough and had a great start to this year before the AO, a slam he has never really done well at anyway. Nothing wrong with him wanting to still go out and compete.
French Open. He lost in the 2nd round of the Australian Open to Chela in 2006.
"I rest my case. Federer needs to win 28 slams, twice more than Nadal to be in the same conversation with Sampras." A famous quote from helloworld.