Monday, January 30, 2006

Lessons From Down Under

  • Roger Federer reminded us -- once again -- why he may be the best ever. (What was up with the waterworks, though?)

  • Marcos Baghdatis dazzled us for two weeks -- and even figured out how to make Federer look clumsy for two sets before succumbing to what has increasingly become the inevitable.

  • Amelie Mauresmo kept her cool and took home the big silver trophy.

  • Martina Hingis showed us she can still do it, and even won a Grand Slam mixed title.

  • Lindsay Davenport pulled a Lindsay Davenport.

  • Kim Clijsters pulled a Lindsay Davenport.

  • Former Great German Hopes Tommy Haas and Nicolas Kiefer played impressively.

  • Tommy Haas and Argentina's Jose Acasuso proved what I've been saying all along: men look hotter with short hair. (Don't grow it back, Roger.)

  • Andy Roddick and Robby Ginepri left American fans wondering "Now what?" -- while the Bryan brothers brought home our only title.

  • Marcos Baghdatis' jailbait French model girlfriend, Camille, is one hot piece of ass (he might want to keep Ivan Lendl away from her).

  • Justine Henin-Hardenne showed the world how classless she truly is. Dick Enberg reported during the men's final that not only did she make it through the trophy presentation and press conference without incident, she was seen carrying two large tennis bags out to a car in the parking lot shortly after the "tummy ache" forced her to go cowering from her French-style ass whipping. A pathetic human being she is.
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