Saturday, May 29, 2010

Maria Kirilenko strikes again

French Open tennis in Paris
It was all to much for Fabio Fognini, Fed cruised, Hewitt struggled and now has to face Rafa. Bye bye Lleyton. Djokovic had more fun in his presser than on court, Verdasco took four, Rafa the usual three and Cilic toiled against Mayer while Montanes got Sodded.

Murray beat Baghdatis, Gonzo's out, Isner showed the remarkable renaissance of American men on clay is still theoretical but Ginepri's still alive.

Fed’s Quarter
Bye Bye: Fognini, Mayer
Winner: Federer

Murray’s Quarter
Bye Bye: Isner, Baghdatis
Matches to watch: Youzhny vs Troicki
Winner: Murray

Djokovic’s Quarter
Bye Bye: Nishikori, Starace, Malisse
Matches to watch: Melzer vs Ferrer, Djokovic vs Hanescu
Winner: Djokovic

Nadal’s Quarter
Bye Bye: Fish, Darcis, Serra
Matches to watch: Hewitt vs Nadal, Almagro vs Dolgopolov
Winner: Nadal

2010 French Open - Day Six
Kirilenko pushed the Kuz out (she was tottering already) and continued a tradition of former champs doing badly. Will Henin continue that against Moody Maria? And how is Kirilenko not in the top ten? Because she can't do this every week...

Rezai and Petrova still going at seven all in the third - toss a coin. Petrova doubled faulted on match point but Rezai also wasted a couple.

New Aussies Groth and Rodionova play each other - will Nastya be nasty? Anyone else noticed this is Pivovarova's first time at the French? She's doing ok...

Serena Williams’ Quarter
Bye Bye: Zakapalova, Zheng, Goerges
Matches to watch: Peer vs Bartoli, Sharapova vs Henin
Winner: Henin

Jankovic’s Quarter
Bye Bye: Govortsova
Matches to watch: Hantuchova vs Wickmayer, Jankovic vs Bondarenko, Groth vs Rodionova
Winner: Jankovic

Wozniacki’s Quarter
Bye Bye: Kuznetsova, Dulgheru
Winner: Pennetta (but Wozniacki still strong)

Venus’ Quarter
Bye Bye: Cibulkova
Matches to watch: Petrova vs Rezai,
Winner: Dementieva? Can Venus last?

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