He did it on purpose[B]George Bellshaw[/B]Verified account @[B]BellshawGeorge[/B] 2m2 minutes ago
Federer on Rome: ‘I couldn’t make the decision before the game. I wanted to keep options open. I will probably decide on the weekend.’
Just a little Probably will be Chardy, the way Gasquet was playing against Fed. Looked like he still had a few nagging problems from his previous injury.Fear not. The Gasquet against Fedr hasn't much chance against Chardy. So... Nadal/Chardy, a 'little' better, no?
R2: Carreno Busta/Shapovalov
R3: Kohlschreiber/Simon/Cecchinato/De Minaur
Not this time. Nadal has a tough draw from hell--need to beat Thiem/Fed/Djoko back to back to back to win the title.Where are all the Rafa-haters? Usually by now there are two pages of them whining about Rafa's cupcake draw.
He’s got more fight in him and plays smarter than Money. Would Rubylev have come back from an opening breadstick to bake one of his own and then win 4 games in a row from match game down???Stringer I'm watching Sinner, another smaller slowish Italian. Not amazed, but I'm watching. I can see why you favor the youngerer one armed Musseti (had to watch him on low quality feed). Sinner looks about 13 years old going on 6, so I suppose he might have a late growth spurt. Rublev was more impressive at the same age by far.
He’s got more fight in him and plays smarter than Money. Would Rubylev have come back from an opening breadstick to bake one of his own and then win 4 games in a row from match game down???