Okay, I love tennis.
Now then, of course, we don't have anyone to beat Federer, and he is literally getting even better in his game in order to maintain his impeccable standards.
So, unfortunately, there was no Safin, no Nadal, no Agassi.
However, I believed this was a chance for players like Ljubicic, Ancic, Coria and Lopez to shine. Unfortunately, only Ljubicic remains out of them, and amazingly, despite the fact he reached the final of the masters series, he has never exceeded the 4th round of a grand slam tournament.
Grosjean's victory over Coria was pleasing though. Ferrer's mauling of Ancic caught me with a large shock.
That Chela guy, he's a very good player. I think it's fitting that Andy Murray lost to him, but not in the fashion he did
Women's side. Both Williams out, I am keenly watching for a comeback to the top of the belgians, especially Henin-Hardenne. However, Hingis has been quite in form, her tactical play is astounding, and her route through this tournament has been set up perfectly so to speak, moreso as Pierce got beat before they met. She has another unseeded opponent next, then a clash with possibly Clijsters. But Hingis is ranked 349 in the world. She won't win, but she is defintely back. She's a clever player. And she CAN beat the number one, Davenport.