Monday, September 1, 2008

I didn’t even really sweat

Roddick keeps his eye on the ballUS Open

Men:
Apparently Luxemburg is now on the tennis map Muller’s reward: Nikolay Davydenko – where’s the nearest betting shop?

Davydenko won the battle of Russia defeating pseudo-Russian Tursunov, Robredo upstaged Tsonga’s antics, Roddick beat Seppi and Fed rolled over Stepanek.

Djokovic’s Quarter
Bye bye: Tsonga
Djokovic still on track to win quarter

Fed’s Quarter
Bye bye: Tursunov, Stepanek
Federer still on track to win quarter

Nadal’s Quarter
Matches to watch: Nadal vs Querrey, Fish vs Monfils

Ferrer’s Quarter
Matches to watch: Murray vs Wawrinka, Nishikori vs Del Potro

Elena Dementieva the (almost) greatWomen:

Jankovic ended Wozniacki’s run, outlasting the youngster in three, Bartoli got Bammered and Schnyder took out Srebotnik – she had an easy run to the quarterfinal, Dementieva will be tougher though. Elena the (almost great) beat Li Na – does greatness await?

Will Williams fans be rooting for either Bremond or Radwanska to win (but only one) to avoid an all Williams quarterfinal that has them unable to barrack properly? Agnieszka Radwanska - “I don’t know how to say her first name too well,” said Venus – to give her a pronunciation lesson and save hordes of Williams’ fans from a dire quarterfinal.

Five women can still take the top spot: Jankovic, Dementieva, Serena, Safina and second-round loser Ivanovic. (It was six but the Kuz missed out when Ivanovic made it to the second round.) More here.

Kuznetsova’s Quarter
Bye bye: Srebotnik, Li
Dementieva still on track to win quarter

Jankovic’s Quarter
Bye bye: Wozniacki, Bartoli
Jankovic now favourite to win quarter

Ivanovic’s Quarter
Matches to watch: Mauresmo vs Pennetta, Groenefeld vs Safina

Serena Williams’ Quarter
Matches to watch: S Williams vs Bremond, Radwanska vs V Williams

“I didn’t even really sweat,” said Bammer. Don’t worry, you will.

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