- Jul 25, 2005
Korda wins. He breaks through to a QF.
That was a good match; thought Korda was going to lose.Korda wins. He breaks through to a QF.
This is so awesome. He's certainly a better hard court player than his dad ever was. Still might bet on Bryan against him on grass thoughBen Shelton into the 4th round in just his second major ever. He will face American JJ Wolf another former college player for a spot in the QF. American Tommy Paul dumps fellow American Jenson Brooksby in straight sets and will face the Murray/Agut winner in the 4th round. Along with Korda on the top half those are the last 4 Americans standing on the men’s side.
Match was tight for a set and a half, then Korda hurt his wrist and has lost seven games in a row now, this one should be over shortly.Korda's QF starts momentarily, on ESPN2.
If I put the over/under at .5 for Djokovic sets lost in his final two matches combined, would you bet the over or under?Djokovic is 9-0 in Australian Open semifinals. 9-0 in Australian Open finals. Currently -400 to win the tournament.
Would be pretty hard to top some vintage Capriati vs Williams sisters matches. I give you:Fun women's final so far, Renae Stubbs says this is the hardest hitting women's match she's ever seen.
Yeah, I don't know or care that much, just repeating what she said, specifically the hardest hitting women's match she's ever seen courtside.For all her ground-stroke power, Capriati always had kinda a wimpy serve. But yeah if you want the trading of lightning bolts, that's first to mind, for me.
That second set right there was the .5, heh. It is down to this set now, under is looking good.If I put the over/under at .5 for Djokovic sets lost in his final two matches combined, would you bet the over or under?