Another moron on this board. US Open is individual sports event, not team event!Pancho G said:Tiger's traitorous behaviour can be expected. He's made a couple notable bad judgment calls, especially when he tried to vote his former handicapped teammate from Stanford off the PGA Tour.
Not every brit roots for Henman. Trust me! That's their choice. No one told them they have to.Pusher said:Really?
Or the brits with Henman Hill.
here we go again with the comment of traitor. And the only word to describe your comment is pathetic, there's just no nice word I can put in there. And the only word to describe you is moron, as someone else stated so perfectly. Sorry, but just because someone is from the US does not mean they have to root for the American in a sporting event. They happen to have been following each others careers.Pancho G said:Tiger's traitorous behaviour can be expected. He's made a couple notable bad judgment calls, especially when he tried to vote his former handicapped teammate from Stanford off the PGA Tour.
Exactly, the greatest golfer (current and perhaps future all time great), wanted to see what it is like to be with the greatest tennis player (current and perhaps future all time great)....vicnan said:I thought it was pretty cool that Tiger was there for the final. It it not often we get to watch the best player of their generation in two different sports, and possibly of all time, appreciate and respect each other...
I agree.BigboyDan said:Nike deal all the way... just like when Nike gets two of their soccer teams (Inter Milan v. Man U) together for a "friendly".... Tiger was wearing three swoshes, as always...
Gee - who would have guessed that would happen?Craig Sheppard said:Heard today on ESPN radio that Woods and Federer were filming a Nike commercial together. That, on top of Roger saying they had been trying to get together for a while should explain most of it.
Not sure about good friends, but they did say the two have been trying to meet up with one another but their schedules didn't allow it.Lleytian3 said:if people were listening to the commentators, or even remotely paying attentin to the match, they would have realized or heard federer saying that woods and him are good friends and they have been trying to meet up for a while now. not becuase any of the BS reasons in the first thread or first few replies
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