Before Becker actually *tried* in that last game.. he had won 2 of 23 points on Andre's serve... That's how pathetic Becker's return game was.TennisBatman said:How is Becker's return game terrible?
I will always remember Agassi as an old bald headed man running around the court with a bad back being defeated by a player who won 2 ATP matches coming into the U.S. Open. Agassi time has passed a long time ago.jjk20 said:I can't believe some people actually expected a great match. I'm a Agassi fan, and I knew that after the Baghdattis match it would be tough, regardless of who the opponent was. From the moment he stepped on the court, you could see he was nothing like he was from even earlier this week.
But I still liked watchin it because you can bet your ass that any other player would've pulled out of the tournament or retired in that match. Agassi finished out of respect for his fans, no matter how much each point hurt to play.
With all due respect to AA, me too, I wish he had lost to Bag instead of a nobody. At least, the VS Bag match was a memorable dual. I missed the first half of the match VS Becker but the last set was kinda pathetic. Both players hardly moved; it was like two senior retired old-timers playing each other in a charity match.arosen said:It's a miracle Andre even came out to play today, what with all the pain and injections. I wish he went out to Bags, though.
Yup. Although I wont remember him for that match ( I'd have so liked his final match to be at night against Roddick ) he has been an awesome player over the years.ACE of Hearts said:Well i believe he deserves all that coverage no matter how painful it was watching.The guy played through pain, many would have quit!Anyway big ups to Andre who belongs in the top 7 of all time.