With his 7-6, 7-6, 6-4 win over Novak Djokovic Sunday, Roger Federer won his fourth consecutive U.S. Open championship — a men’s tennis Open Era record. The championship also ties him with Roy Emerson for second place on the all-time list of men’s career Grand Slam titles (12), leaving behind Bjorn Borg and Rod Laver (both with 11), and trailing only Pistol Pete Sampras who has a ridiculous 14. … Continue reading…Why He’s The Best? Roger Federer Knows How To Win. Period.
Only if the team makes it to October, that is. As of September 1, The San Diego Padres share first place in the National League West with the Arizona Diamondbacks. With one month to go in the regular season, anything can happen, especially considering the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Colorado Rockies are still within reach as well (five and six games back respectively). I will ignore the cellar-dwelling San Francisco Giants. … Continue reading…San Diego Padres Will Dominate In October
Anna Chakvetadze beat Tamira Paszek 6-1, 7-5 on Monday night, and I just watched Justin Henin beat Serena Williams 7-6 (7-3), 6-1. Serena had nothing left that second set. … Continue reading…Anna Chakvetadze In The U.S. Open Quarterfinals
The last tennis Grand Slam of 2007 is finally upon us, and almost over. I’m surprised I haven’t blogged about this yet, but I finally got some free time this Labor Day weekend to watch some action. … Continue reading…2007 U.S. Open