I know this is a little off topic and I'm not bashing Tilden, but did anyone know that he endorsed cigarettes during his career? I just read this in an essay for class. Then again, they didn't know smoking is harmful to you back in the 20s.I was thinking the same thing, Bill Tilden style,lol.
He had four from 1997-2000.How many straight Wimbledon titles did Pete have?
No wonder the new Vapors are white and Gold... lol.http://sports.yahoo.com/ten/photo?slug=getty-74808458cblb001_federer_8_00_06_am&prov=getty
Looks like Federer's got his own gold line of clothing for this years Wimbledon.
Nope, Moya wore a sleeveless today. Remember when Haas wasn't allowed to wear one at the US Open?At least he's not wearing a sleeveless shirt at Wimbledon. That's disgusting. I'm pretty sure even Moya and Blake wear something with sleeves at Wimbledon, but I could be wrong.
federer came out today in pure class....i saw some highlights and federer served a kicker out wide on the ad-court,...and it really kicked up...is this an unusual bounce on grass or my dreaded thoughts that they slowed the courts down even more this year....His opponent came out in pants as well. The look fits Federer, I'm sorry if people have a problem with that. He's won the tournament four times in a row, he can do as he pleases.
I don't think he is obssesed with it necessarily, he just dresses in a classic style, and doesn't air all his dirty laundry to the media. To me it seems more mature and well adjusted than insecure, but that's just my opinion.why is he so obsessed with appearing classy and reserved?
how insecure is that?
Yeah I know people talking about their rights!! The nerve!! We should execute them!! Women should have to wear burqas!!People criticizing him have no respect or knowledge of the history of the game.
If you asked me, it'd be great if he played in the trousers, presuming they're flexible enough.
And if you asked me, they ought to require players to play in long trousers and a shirt. Ban sleeveless shirts. And require players to use wood rackets at Wimbledon (actually, I think they ought to ban these modern rackets all-around in pro-tennis, just like in baseball players can't use metal bats).
I think that overall, Agassi became a great and respectful person, and a great champion. But what he did at Wimbledon was complete BS. Freedom of expression? Bull. That's leftist whining. You don't have the "freedom of expression" on someone else's property -- socialist punks don't respect private property rights.