Djokovic on later today against the guys who took out the Bryans. That will be a real test.
I end up watching doubles 50% of the time. And it can be interesting to watch players who are not name stars but in singles, their play would be terrible.Thanks for setting this thread up. I go to Miami every year, the only live pro event I get to and I watch way more doubles than I do singles. I saw Bryan/Bryan vs Karlovic/Vemic point blank and it was just fantastic. I love doubles and appreciate seeing other posters that do too. I pray every week that Tennis Channel will show some doubles, but at best they simply show the final or maybe a semi. I'll keep hoping...Take care all.
Please don't tell me that was live! I love good doubles. Zverev looked very good with Kiefer today as they beat Zimonjic/Troicki. But I guess it didn't mean much for the Serbs as they had already clinched the title.Watched Fed play doubles in the Olympics and his topspin backhand return was a killer!! Never seen anything like it!
Okie, I didn't run to check it, but Llodra was playing with Santoro, and they were beat by Vemic and Zverev yesterday (27 mai)The old team of Clement/Llodra are back at the FO. Wish I could see them play. Just once.
Yes, he retired from singles last year to focus on doubles. Since then he only plays the singles draw as a warmup for the doubles. In april this year, it turned out to be the other way around as he won the challenger in Mexico city in singles but not in doubles!^^^^^^
Wow - Dick Norman, at 38 years of age, is still playing?!?!?!?!?
Talk about longevity......
Well at least Venus beat Szavay in some form today XD...................................................
Friday, May 29
Women's Doubles - Second Round
(1) Black/Huber (ZIM/USA) d. Dokic/Kleybanova (AUS/RUS) w/o (Dokic: low back injury)
(3) Medina Garrigues/Ruano Pascual (ESP/ESP) d. Dzehalevich/Klepac (BLR/SLO) 62 64
(4) Stosur/Stubbs (AUS/AUS) d. Domínguez Lino/Errani (ESP/ITA) 63 64
(5) Williams/Williams (USA/USA) d. Dulko/Szavay (ARG/HUN) 26 61 62
(10) Mattek-Sands/Petrova (USA/RUS) d. Bondarenko/Bondarenko (UKR/UKR) 61 63
Radwanska/Radwanska (POL/POL) d. (14) Chuang/Mirza (TPE/IND) 46 76(5) 63
Men's Doubles - Second Round
 L Dlouhy (CZE) / L Paes (IND) d J Cerretani (USA) / S Stakhovsky (UKR) 46 63 62
 B Soares (BRA) / K Ullyett (ZIM) d S Bolelli (ITA) / A Seppi (ITA) 63 61
M Lopez (ESP) / T Robredo (ESP) d  M Fyrstenberg (POL) / M Matkowski (POL) 64 46 64
 P Cuevas (URU) / L Horna (PER) d J Knowle (AUT) / J Melzer (AUT) 63 64
M Kohlmann (GER) / A Waske (GER) d  L Kubot (POL) / O Marach (AUT) 76(4) 76(5)
S Aspelin (SWE) / P Hanley (AUS) d  F Cermak (CZE) / M Mertinak (SVK) 76(5) 63
J Levinsky (CZE) / I Zelenay (SVK) d M Granollers (ESP) / S Ventura (ESP) 63 62
J Benneteau (FRA) / N Mahut (FRA) d  T Parrott (USA) / F Polasek (SVK) 62 64
W Moodie (RSA) / D Norman (BEL) d J Hernych (CZE) / C Rochus (BEL) 64 64
I Kunitsyn (RUS) / D Tursunov (RUS) d F Fognini (ITA) / T Gabashvili (RUS) 62 63
Men's Doubles - First Round
 M Bhupathi (IND) / M Knowles (BAH) d J Ouanna (FRA) / J Tsonga (FRA) 63 62
it sure helps that his partner is a wall at the netSome good matches today. I'm pulling for Dlouhy. He often gets into the singles and has been ranked in the top 100. Slipped a bit but his doubles ranking went up. Now #7.