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post #16 of 177
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Also have you seen her brother???
post #17 of 177
Looks liek Kunk = hawt!

post #18 of 177
Holy crap that has to be photoshopped. She's got bigger arms than Nadal!
post #19 of 177
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Holy crap that has to be photoshopped. She's got bigger arms than Nadal!

Definitely Photoshopped.

I like Cibulkova for her spunk and diminutive stature.

Roger all the way.
post #20 of 177
Watched part of the Safina match earlier, can't believe that beezy is #1 in the world. This has to be the worst couple of years for women's tennis in decades.
post #21 of 177
the de-evolution to straight power game has turned womens tennis into a snoozefest. I miss Henin and Hingis.
post #22 of 177
I miss Hingis' smile and drop shots. When you think about it, the people who should have inherited the women's game to be on top right now, Sharapova, Henin and Clijsters are either struggling to recover from injury or retirement, or still in retirement. The serbs have been a huge flash-in-the-pan disappointment. So the people who are at the top right now are the Williamses, who should be on their way out, and Safina, who should still be on her way up and developing as a professional... because she doesn't look like one right now. Dementieva and Kuznetsova were always middle-top-10 players and were never going to be better than that. I hope Azarenka turns out.
post #23 of 177
What happened in the end of the Kirilenko-Radwanska match? I was following the scoreboard, and the last point took like 30 minutes to play out?
post #24 of 177
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I miss Hingis' smile and drop shots.

When you think about it, the people who should have inherited the women's game to be on top right now, Sharapova, Henin and Clijsters are either struggling to recover from injury or retirement, or still in retirement. The serbs have been a huge flash-in-the-pan disappointment. So the people who are at the top right now are the Williamses, who should be on their way out, and Safina, who should still be on her way up and developing as a professional... because she doesn't look like one right now. Dementieva and Kuznetsova were always middle-top-10 players and were never going to be better than that. I hope Azarenka turns out.

Why should they be on their way out? Martina Navratilova played at a very high level until she was old.
post #25 of 177
Oudin knocking off the 4th seed, not bad. I'm interested to see how far she makes it
post #26 of 177
Outside of her leg problems, Oudin looked very good today. She hits a deep ball, moves really well, and moves her opponent around the court a ton. Her serve needs some moe pace, but overall her playing style kind of reminds me of Agassi at his prime.
post #27 of 177
Women's tennis is aboslutely horrendous to watch, unless thee are two hot chicks playing (maybe one is ok if she' looks really good). Double faults, unforced errors, lack of creative play. WTF. I watch it for the bouncing titties.
post #28 of 177
I dream of an Ivanovic/Safina final oneday, the choke levels would be amazing. Errors records for sure.
post #29 of 177
Rafa just fed Kiefer a first set bagel.
post #30 of 177
So far a great tournament for the American players, especially the lesser knowns.
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