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My apologies friends. Medrol in canada I've totally been slacking on the US Open tennis.  Since a few of you have told me I need to broaden my horizons and lighten up a little on the pieces, medrol in canada I aim to please!. Has there been some incredible tennis or what? I hope one day I'll be making it to New York to see the pros play up close. Medrol in canada Here are a few great matches I watched:   Djokovic and Stepanek WHAT. Medrol in canada A. Medrol in canada MATCH. Hope you had a chance to watch it, medrol in canada atleast some of it.  What impressed me the most was not only the beautiful rallies and points, medrol in canada but the mutual respect for each other's game.   Their engagement with the crowd was energizing and inspiring, medrol in canada especially when Stepanek  waved his hands rallying to the already roaring crowd and putting his hand to his ear implying he couldn't hear them.   This was one of the best matches I've seen in a while and the hug at the end was just too cool.   Both champions in my book. Medrol in canada  

Third-seeded Novak Djokovic, medrol in canada fought for 4 hours, medrol in canada 44 minutes with not only his tough opponent, medrol in canada Radek Stepanek but also with painful leg cramps to outlast the latter in an arduous five-set thriller in the second round of the U.S. Medrol in canada Open at Flushing Meadows. Medrol in canada Those who witnessed the match would agree it was indeed, medrol in canada a match of equals.

Djokovic, medrol in canada beat the 34th-ranked Czech 6-7, medrol in canada 7-6, medrol in canada 5-7, medrol in canada 7-5, medrol in canada 7-6 to fix up a third-round clash with Argentine teenager Juan Martin Del Potro, medrol in canada who ousted Austrian Jurgen Melzer 6-3 6-1 6-4.

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It wasn't Maria's day to shine.  

I have to say, medrol in canada I'm not the biggest fan of Maria's but I think she had good points in the press conference that everyone has good days and bad days on the court. 

No doubt about that. 

And kudos to her for not making any excuses, medrol in canada even though she probably could have.    

I have to ask, medrol in canada what was it with her father leaving the court on her last game?  Could have no relevance but she did lose the next game.  Perhaps it's him with more of the temperamental attitude than her. Medrol in canada  

 Two of my FAVORITES.

Tommy Haas - not bad on the eyes at all and I think hes one of the quickest players out there.    I think he's right up there with Federer with great footwork.   

 James Blake - my HERO****  A true gentleman on and off the court.  

An amazingly powerful player - quick  and he and Tommy both hit the ball so early! 

Loved watching them play it out to the fifth. 

Hard to see them not both move forward, medrol in canada but it was a hard fought match which could have gone either way.

Williams Bartoli Match

I had never seen Marion Bartoli play until I watched her unexpectedly smoke Shahara Peer at Wimbledon where she finally made it to the finals. 

She's an unexpected warrior.   With a two handed forehand and backhand, medrol in canada she's a force to be reckoned with.   

Serena's game is so fine tuned right now.   Her serve is all but impeccable and her groundstrokes, medrol in canada well need I say more.  

There were nevertheless some great rallies, medrol in canada especially in the first set.   Watch out for Marion Bartoli.   I don't think she's going away any time soon.


All right that is all I have for now.  

If someone has any good information on Svetlana Kutznetsova and her matches I would love to receive it.  

 She is such an amazingly strong player and wonderful to watch.  Unfortunately they have nt been covering her matches as much as others.  

 That's a loss because I love to watch her play. 

And apparently so does Roger Federer.