Discussion in 'General Pro Player Discussion' started by sorkang724, Mar 28, 2004.
the topic says it all....my was the Roddick, El Aynoi thriller !
Ivanisevic def. Rafter, Wimby finals 2001.
becker vs agassi davis cup.
2 sets, 2 breaks down and Becker won in 5
Becker vs mc enroe davies cup.
mc enroe vs borg 80 wimbledon final
I know many will disagree with this, but I hold Agassi/Rios '98 Lipton Final high up in my mind's tennis match log. Incredible shotmaking from both sides and a guy who beat the hype bloody.
Hard one ... hard one... "92 US Open - Chang-Edberg - 5 sets - beyond belief contrast in styles with all the intricacy and patterns that all that implies - argueably both at their peaks, also... Yes Chang was up a break in the fifth...
:lol: Becker vs. Sampras any World Champioship Final.
The best match I have ever seen was for sure
El Aynaoui vs. Roddick Andy @ Australian Open 2003
6-4 6-7 6-4 4-6 19-21
Pancho Gonzalez versus Ted Shroeder Forest Hills. Pancho came from 2 sets down. May be before some of your time.
Johnny Mac v.s Ivan Lendl 84 French Final or Chang v.s Rios in US Open quarterfinals forget which year but think it was the year rios was number 1.
Borg McEnroe 1980 WMBL.
Roddick El Aynaoui Aus Open 2003
Rafter Agassi 2000 WMBL semi
Sampras/Becker 1996 Masters final.
My vote goes to W90 final. Edberg - Becker. Oh, the drama.... And it was the final chapter in the Edberg/Becker trilogy.
Seen from the perspective of Edberg fans it was like a perfect drama trilogy. Tipped to lose hero wins, against the odds, minor victory in Act 1, gets ass kicked in Act 2, and, from the brink of defeat, wins final victory after humongous battle in Act 3. Hey, Edberg even looks a little like Skywalker, doesn't he? And Becker...well...
I'd put Lendl-Cash semi at the Open in '84 way up there.
In more recent times, I think either of the Agassi-Rafter Wimby semi's are fantastic.
The Federer-Hewitt Davis Cup semi last year was something special.
I missed Jen Jen and JHH at the Open last year and by all accounts I missed a great one.
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