Sometimes, apparently, people just go to a tennis match to watch tennis.
Shortly after the end of the first set between Carlos Moya and Novak Djokovic last night, a crowd-cam zeroed in on Alec Baldwin, who was sitting some ten rows from the court, just below the President’s Suite. Some fans in the crowd booed. Read More
Finally. A much-needed, quick, straight-sets victory for Novak Djokovic, over a battle-hardened Carlos Moya. Next, Djokovic will take on the speedy, relentless David Ferrer on Super Saturday.
The ’98 French Open champ and former world number one Moya had kind things to say about his younger opponent.
"I think if there's one player Read More
“I’m going to take two or three aspirins before the match,” said Novak Djokovic’s coach Marián Vajda. “I’m going to need it. It’s going to be a real challenge.”
“No, special Slovak kind. I need it to work.”
Tonight, Novak Djokovic will take on the determined 31-year-old veteran Carlos Moya in the U.S. Read More
The three-time French Open champion Gustavo Kuerten had been sitting in the player’s dining room over the last 90 minutes eating steak and watching TV.
“Muy mal!” a friend exclaimed to Kuerten.
Their friend, Carlos Moya, had just lost a third-set tiebreak in the 4th round of the U.S. Open.
But Moya would bounce Read More