. . . and not in a good way.
Well, it was just looking too easy. I was about to post that Agassi was using Malisse to practice on, when thing turned, very quickly. Agassi was lucky to win, in the end. And the most impressive thing was his serving in the fifth set (three aces in one game!).
Hope Blake wins, and then we'll have a lovely match on Wednesday night, probably the highlight of the tournament for the American fans. But he's struggling.
(Ummm, I never thougth I'd meet a tennis match I didn't like, but that Coria/Massu fiasco was one of the worst things I've ever seen. And has Coria become the male version of Dementieva with that serve? I was embarrassed for him.)
One other note: The U.S. Open website sucks. It's slow and you can't easily find what you want. I'll have to bitch to my friend who's now on the board of the USTA.
Found the Colin Farrell interview about 'A Home at the End of the World.' I just love his references to his own c**k ("it was on for three inches, er, three seconds"). And he clearly fought to keep the shot out of the film and the DVD, because he just felt it didn't fit the character. Fascinating article, including references to his guy/guy kiss in that movie and the fact he didn't have a face-on snog with Jared in 'Alexander' and knew they were gonna get reamed for it.
And, yes, the fans screamed there wasn't enough male/male sexuality in 'Alexander' (!) and the critics screamed there was too much. Damned if you do . . . you finish the sentence.
God, Colin's hot. (Had to mention it.)
ETA: Shout out to the wonderful just_jimbo
for joining the ka100
and posting a drabble. Plus, it's a Guinevere drabble, and he used a Guinvere icon! (Jimbo, your balls are bigger than the ones they use in tennis! Are they fuzzy, too?
) Go read his drabble, Woman Liberated
and then join the community and play with us! (Btw, I love that title.)