He also seems to struggle on overheads. Not a natural motion for him apparently for either shot. Being able to develop that is key, because getting an extra 10-15 points per match thanks to a good serve and overhead can be the difference in the big tight matches.
I would love for Brooksby to give him a good match. It could potentially be a big day for tennis in America. Lots of people with Labor Day off, just flipping channels. Casual fans could get interested in a young American testing Djokovic going for the grand slam. Could be one of the biggest days...
I think the coverage has been good so far. They showed all of the critical tiebreaks today and did a nice job going around courts. It's much better than the disaster that was the tennis channel's French Open coverage
I mean at some point it's monopoly money right? Texas and Oklahoma already have pristine facilities in basically every sport. Like you said in the other post, where will all the etxra money go? Will we even see a tangible difference?
Clemson chooses to be the #3 seed in Waco. Glad to see them chose to participate m. I was worried they may pass. Little stale to play ACC foe Miami in round 1 but exciting to go a new locale. I might’ve chose the #4 in Fort Worth instead or #4 at USC (with the budget allowing).
Why do people say this? Of course a player isn’t intentionally throwing a racquet or hitting balls at an opponent or official. If they were they should be banned from the sport.
The act of throwing the racket in an angry manner is entirely intentional. It didn’t slip out of his hand.