Well here we go again, another fortnight of top class tennis. So who is your money on this year. IMO i think both the mens and womens will go to new champions, as its a very open competition. With some players injured and others not playing to their true form, its def up for grabs. I think Henman and Rusedski will give us a run for their money, as they usually do, but time is running out for them.<br>I think for the ladies, C. Rubin [ USA ] could do well, but as for the mens, well it could be anyones title!!<br>What do you think
It does appear to be less predictable this year.<br>However, having tuned in to the BBC for their preview this morning, I was thoroughly cheesed off to discover that Craig Doyle will be even more involved than at Royal Ascot or Epsom.
Yes, whats with this Craig Doyle all the time, has he been sacked from the ‘ Holiday’ programme, so he is a loose end or does he have shares in the beeb?<br>What exactly are his credentials to sport anyway?<br>:angry:
I thought Hewitt would have problems this year, but not as soon as crashing out today. <br>Glad to see Rudsedski playing well again after the crap 9-10 months he has had with injuries. Not a bad first day.;)
Well its hotting up now!!<br>Great match by Henman today, who seems to be playing better as the tournament goes on. David Nalbandian is a class act on his day, but Henman showed grit and proved that placing the ball is as good as pace and strength.<br>Before Wimbledon, I had a small bet on Grossjean, who was playing well tonight, until bad light stopped play. So I will watch with interest tomorrow!!!;) <br>Of course if he wins that game he will have to play Henman, so who do I choose? Should I keep to my bet, or should I remain patriotic and go with Tim? Hmmm, tough call, but I think this time I should forget about my bet!!!:biggrin: <br>Come on Tim, for once put us all out of our misery and give us a brit in the final.