I vote for Fish. He's always done well at Indian Wells and I saw him practice on Tuesday with Querrey. He looks to be in chippier spirits. I see his big serve and aggressive play doing well. Not counting out Roddick but I think Fish is in better physical condition. I think Harrison needs three or four more seasons to be a force. What do you think?
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I don't think he can take 10 games off of Djoko. ONE bowl of pho on the line. Any takers?
Nah, just two sets to send him packing. Also, he did show a nice strategy to play Nole. Now big sleepy has to rest up for dubs final, boy I wish he had energy and a tennis game. :)
No respect! Rodney pulled it off
Rodney ruined my boy! I'll make sure Fed gets orders to do you know what.
He has beaten him once this year already. He was clutch against Novak. Can he beat him again? I hope Roger got your memo. I was him to tie Nadal's 19
"Rog-ggg-er, roger me this. You must get rid of this sleeper. Fans call him Rodney. Don't let him do the mummy act on you and leave you spellbound with aces out of nowhere."
Interesting, that no one likes Izzie, soon to be top ranked American. I like him because he works hard, and has the desire as well as good personality that some of the next gen lack.
Isner's old school, definitely low key compared to the others. Maybe it's that "Sampras is boring" effect.
I'm rooting for Isner, but watching his tennis is boring. Very few rallies. His personality is great, but the tennis is not the most exciting from a fan's point of view.
Well, not his thing to be running around. Sampras effect. Low key guy, big serve, comes to the net.
Agreed, similar to Pete vs. Goran, although Roddick wasn't the funnest to watch when he was on top of his game, big serve and forehand and that was it. If it was Izzie and Murray I would be asleep for sure.
Yeah, I saw a replay of Goran vs. Pete at Indy. Kinda boring.