So, in reading around these boards a lot, I often will see someone post about how David Nalbandian was robbed in the 2003 US Open semi by a bad call and would surely have beaten Andy Roddick in that match if not for a bad call that handed the match to Roddick. I stopped following tennis for a while when Connors retired, and didn't start playing again till 2004. The first match I saw was the 2004 Wimbledon final, and I've liked Roddick ever since. Point being, I hadn't seen the 2003 US Open. So, after reading all these posts about how Nalby was robbed, I decided to Google it, read a little about the supposed bad call, then watched the third set tiebreak on You Tube. Anybody who thinks Nalby was robbed is drinking serious Kool Aid. Admittedly, the fan screaming out may have been distracting, but frankly, they did that after the bounce and before Roddick hit it back. If that call should have affected anyone, it was Andy, but he kept playing. Nalby was the one who let it get to him. I used to see that happen a lot in the 80s in matches with Borg, Connors, Lendl and McEnroe at the US Open, and they knew enough to keep playing. Furthermore, Nalby didn't lose the tiebreak on that one point. The man was up 3-0 and 4-2 in that tiebreaker and played a couple of careless points that let Roddick get back in it. With his confidence bolstered, Roddick started firing aces and service winners. By the match point, it was clear Roddick was the aggressor and more in control. I think that is further proved because Roddick won the fourth set 6-1. Bottom line, Nalbandian wasn't robbed; he blew it, just like he blew the French in 2004 and has blown countless other Slam matches. The guy has talent, but he isn't a champion.