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Sunday, July 8, 2007

TENNIS SCORES. LOVE, LOVE TENNIS. NADAL WON MY HEART.







RAFA NADAL












FEDERER and NADAL

Some Great Glory Days of Tennis Are Here

I have a tennis racket and tennis balls, but my love for tennis really has nothing to do with my playing it.

I love to watch Wimbeldon every year. But this year seemed to have some really special talent to watch.

Some of the men

Roger Federer

Rafael Nadal

Marcos Baghdatis

Richard Gasquet

Novak Djokovic

Andy Roddick

Some of the women

Venus Williams

Marion Bartoli

Ana Ivanovic

Svetlana Kuznetsova

Maria Sharapova

Serena Williams

Amelie Mauresmo

Justine Henin

The Nadal and Federer Rivalry Is Extra, Extraordinary to Watch

How special to watch Roger Federer, a hummingbird on the court, and Rafael Nadal who wins my heart with his flare after he wins a point. What better arms’ biceps to pump are there?! And it’s not just in the arms, the whole body works and is in jubilation. Just love it!!


How great to watch the test of their hearts and minds while flexing their whole-game-tennis! Even the external stoicism of Federer gave way to the internal crying out “I WANTED This Win So Much!!!” All with the tears and deep emotion. Okay so Roger Federer won. I was cheering for Rafa Nadal – because of the passion I get to watch pour out of him. And that white sports jacket and the white pants of Roger Federer after the Championship Wimbledon match only needed a stylish white hat to go with it!

In all fairness, the test wasn’t all about the winner of Wimbledon... due to the rain. Federer glided through the week with barely any games when the others were grueling it out. Personally, my insignificant opinion is that Wimbledon did tennis a disservice by forcing players to play under unhealthy conditions. There should be a minimum of hours that a player has to play between matches. Novak Djokovic had to concede to Nadal Saturday which had a little to do with the rain delays jamming the matches too close together for the human body to recover between them.

Power to these terrific athletes who are a joy to watch. The strength illustrated in tennis includes power, mental toughness and heart. I don’t know why history has chosen war to beat opponents when games such as tennis are a far better platform. Killing and maiming just bears sickening spoils. Love tennis. Thanks for the fun!

Even if tennis isn’t your thing, he is fun to look at.

Some pleasure for you below.

Rafael Nadal’s website

It’s worth it for the fan-provided pictures of him alone

http://www.rafaelnadal.com/

Someone has put together some wonderful pictures of Rafa Nadal:

http://youtube.com/watch?v=cbkUWF

More beautiful pictures:

http://youtube.com/watch?v=yR_NoszHMAs

And more:

http://youtube.com/watch?v=iT74CQqRi7Y

Nadal plays on clay and Federer plays on grass at the same time:

http://youtube.com/watch?v=KnBMVRpeKHA

http://www.wimbledon.org/en_GB/index.html

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/19661409/

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IT'S THE HUMANE THING TO DO

"NEVER AGAIN" ARE MEANINGLESS WORDS
WITHOUT THE POLITICAL WILL


Where there is a will, there is always a way

and where there is no will, there is never a way, Mr. Bush.

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1 Comments:

At September 13, 2007 at 4:40:00 PM EDT , Blogger t said...

Awesome post.

 

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