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India Vs. Australia - 3rd test; AUS' second innings. 253-8 to 326-9: haven't felt so irritated in a long time. It was such a horrible feeling; felt like giving ten tight slaps to Kumble and RP Singh.

12 comments:

Subhash said...

Yay! India won.

Suresh said...

yeah, oru valiya jeichaanunga da sami!
RP was totally getting on my nerves. No wonder Akram was getting super frustrated from the commentary box. Idiot was bowling full length deliveries all along. yabba sami, finally a yorker and on the mark. Would have been nice had Ponting cried.

Subhash said...

Great Escape from Federer.

Sudhir said...

Sania loses. Should've won. Venus was there, begging her to win.

Sudhir said...

And Federer, yeah, he he. I like how he said something along the lines of, 'I wish Tennis had draws too.'

Subhash said...

I even bet on Federer to lose this match. But then I won several other bets this week. So, no worries. Tipsarevic is a handy player.

I hope Federer loses in the next round.

The Individualist said...

Hmm. Subhash, Gasquet? Let you down again?

Gasquet Fan said...

Not exactly. He played 4 matches in the tournament. I am happy about that.

I knew before the match that he will lose. He played with a foot injury.

The Individualist said...

[i]He played 4 matches in the tournament. I am happy about that.[/i]
Come on. You're banking on him becoming a world-beater, aren't you?

The Individualist said...

Damn Orkut formatting.

Gasquet Fan said...

Not everybody is as lucky as Federer is with injuries. So yes, I think he has the talent to do wonderful things, like so many guys in ATP do. But no, I don't mind if he doesn't become a world beater if he can play his natural game every time he steps on the court, even if he loses.

He didn't do that against Tsonga. He was hampered by his injury. I just think that he is special and nobody plays the way he plays. Atleast for the 6 years that I have been watching tennis. Anyway, he is only 21 years old.

I am actually very happy that he really believed that he could win the whole thing when I asked him about it in Sydney. I think one day he will. He just has to improve that stupid forehand of his. He had a really rough off-season. So I guess its great the way he played. He beat two good players - Feliciano Lopez and Igor Andreev on the way to the fourth round.

If I was his coach, I would be banking on something like you said. But since I am a fan of his tennis, I expect to watch flashy tennis, not some boring defensive tennis that wins him a match. Like Federer's doing for the past two years. Like Nadal will do for the rest of his crappy life.

Sudhir said...

Like Nadal will do for the rest of his crappy life.
:P

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