Before I get started, can we take a brief moment of silence to stare at Rafa’s left bicep?
Welcome back. Hey! I’m over here!
First thing’s first. My exam are over. I had to celebrate. I’ve been distracted, but I’ve been catching matches, don’t worry. But it’s all good in the hood. Since I’m still working on getting my sorry ass employed, expect some live blogging later in this week, as early as Tuesday I’d say.
First, I must take my hat off to Ernie. I’m not gonna lie, I was both impressed with his win and underwhelmed by the shit show that was Fed during that match. But you really have to give half of it to Ernie, he was putting the pressure on Fed to do something, which is definitely something Fed isn’t used to. I said “taking a set off Rafa would be an event” and boy was it ever. I wasn’t worried for a second, but it was exciting to see. Keep on practicing boy. Believe in the Power of Curls!
After seeing Rafa get THAT (^) pumped up over beating Rafa, I knew poor David didn’t have a shot in hell. He did, sorta, but he needed that first set, and it was too bad that the weather ended up ruining the final result. Few more errors from Rafa, but that’s the point. He’s one of the toughest to beat when he’s NOT playing perfectly. It was like David was at high gear and Rafa was in medium gear but it didn’t much matter. And it’s not really not fair. Not like I care.