Sunday, May 2, 2010

Rome: Mud Tennis

So, Ferrer put up a much better fight than Verdasco did in Monte-Carlo but still went down in straight sets to Nadal, the undisputed Clay King. I managed to catch a fair amount of the action between the rain delays. Of course, this all means little in terms of Roland Garros. Rafa won both Monte-Carlo and Rome last year, too, and still crashed and burned in Paris.

I had an excellent showing in the bracket challenge this time: top 8%. I'm now in the top 17% overall. Next up is Madrid which kicks off next weekend.

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