Friday, January 25, 2008


Federer's playing terribly. There's still a decent chance that he'll win, but as happy as I'll be if he does, I'm less thrilled than the pundits by his ability to win when he's playing poorly. It's all very impressive and admirable, but the reason we love Federer is the way he plays not the fact that he wins.

(His odds are dropping by the minute by the way.)
Added: Ugh. 10 finals in a row is, I think, Federer's most impressive stat, but nothing lasts forever.


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