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Abstract from golden web site. Must see
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Class A may easily turn Class D when opportunity comes around. Well we must admit nonetheless that Class D operation is far more cost efficient.
Athletes, musicians, actresses and outlaws alike, most would end up Class D citizens eventually.
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Michael Chang is a class-D bi-product.
Li Na is pure Class-A.
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Canucks just 2 games away from bringing the Stanley Cup back to Canada after almost 20 years.
Go! Go! Go! Hongcouver Canucks!!
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Not sure if you are a hockey fan but I'm sure you know how big hockey is in Canada.
The Vancouver Canucks are just 2 games away from bringing the Stanley Cup back to Canada after almost 20 years. They beat Boston 1-0 with only 19 seconds left in 3rd period in game 1, and 3-2 in 11 seconds in OT in game 2. Vancouver hockey fans are going nuts these days!
回覆 (213): Nadal Equals Borg’s Record With Sixth French Open Title
回覆 (212): Rafa Nadal
He owns Roland Garros, like Bjorn Borg!
回覆 (211): First ever
I can still recall Michael Chang's cramping thigh muscle vividly captured by the TV camera when he rallied to beat Edberg!
I watched the women's final again last night. Li Na won 8 consecutive points (7 during the tie-breaker to claim the championship) right after Schiavone's argument with the umpire. Prior to that, Li was as shaky as hell.
Rafa is cruising right now, having won 5 consecutive games to take the first set. Go Rafa go!!!
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Michael Chang grew-up and trained in USA. He was in the same period as Sampras and Agassi and trained in the same camp. He was considered the outsider as his mother used to accompanied him in training and wiped his sweat with towel. His win over Eberg and Lendl in the 89 French open had a certain 'fluke' element as physically and technically he was the underdog. He never won another grandslam.
Li Na was born , raised and trained in mainland China. She won this year French Open in spectacular fashion. She crushed three title contenders on the way to championship. In the final she dominated most of the time as shown by match statistics. Her forehand drive is lethal and her backstroke is almost perfect. Most important is her footwork. Her strong legs allowed her to move quickly on the court.At this moment she can face any challenge and I expect her to take more major trophies in the coming years.
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Though a bit shaky at the end of second set
I thought she would choke again, but Schiavone's argument with the umpire on that call turned around the game in favor of Li Na, I think.
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Dr. Feikeung is in tears.
I'm buying rounds in Shenzhen tonight.....
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Dr. Feikeung is in tears.....
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Finally, a Chinese name on one of those trophies!
Well, after Michael Chang....
回覆 (200): Djokovic vs Federer
Li Na finally overcomes her nerve to take the French trophy.
Though a bit shaky at the end of second set, she produces a convinving victory over Schiavone, a solid performance for most of the match.
It is history making indeed.
回覆 (199): Djokovic vs Federer
Was Agassi the only Mens player to win all 4 Grand Slams ?
Nope, at least 3 more - RF, Rafa and Aussie Rod Laver.
Rafa vs RF on Sunday.
Another classic in the making? Remember that final when Rafa won Wimbledon the first time, beating RF? John McEnroe said it was the greatest tennis match he had ever watched.
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I have been out of touch from Tennis for a while. Was Agassi the only Mens player to win all 4 Grand Slams ? Roland Garros seems to be the one which most of the top players find hard to conquer .... I believe the list includes
BTW - I love playing on clay something I have never played on for over 20 years
回覆 (197): Djokovic vs Federer
The amazing thing about Federer is when everyone dismiss him because of his form and age, he can produuce another spectacular performance to beat the inform Djokovic.
Now I'm waiting for another miracle to happen, beating Nadal in his own turf,thus making history again.
回覆 (196): Djokovic vs Federer
It is early in the match and RF is 1 set up.
What a great game it is. It is just a demonstration of the art of tennis.
Hope RF can get the momentum going.
回覆 (195): Li Na prevails over Sharapova to reach French Final
I watched the two women's semis yesterday. I think Sharapova gift-wrapped the ticket to the final to Li with her double faults at critical points. On the other hand, Schiavone just dominated Bartoli despite the home crowd support for Bartoli.
I'll cheer for Li for sure but II think Schiavone has quite an edge over Li at the championship game tomorrow. It's amazing for Li to reach consecutive grand slam finals within 2 months, at an age of 29. Schiavone is 30 but is defending her title at Roland-Garros. She is just a tough "clay" cookie! Her back-hand high bouncing top spins, mixed with fast dying slices, are lethal. Her grunts, especially at the serves, are even more intimidating than Sharapova's. Li must play with a lot of poise and confidence, and must figure out Schiavone's back-hands to win. (Actually, she hits with both hands on the racket both sides!)
The men's semis match-ups are great. Rafa is leading Murray right now. I think the game of this tourney is the other semi - Djokovic vs Federer. Djokovic is unbeatable this year. Federer hasn't lost a set the entire tourney. I'm a big fan of Rafa and I hope he beats Djokovic in the final.
回覆 (194): Li Na prevails over Sharapova to reach French Final
Schiavone is tough to beat especially on clay court. But Li Na has the physical strength and the technical skill to ground down her opponent.
Let's hope she can cope with the immense pressure and do what she did before.
Win or lose she has already made history.
回覆 (193): Li Na prevails over Sharapova to reach French Final
>>> Have no expectations, and see no disappointments <<<
People say that usually expect a lot. With you on Li.
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> Final final final final
Don't put pressure on her la.
Have no expectations, and see no disappointments.
回覆 (191): Li Na prevails over Sharapova to reach French Final
PARIS — Maria Sharapova was quiet, pin-drop quiet, which was both welcome and foreboding for anyone who has listened to her shrieks and wails and “COME ONNNNS” echo through the chambers of Grand Slams for all these years.
Maria Sharapova fell short of an opportunity to score a career grand slam with victories in all four major championships.
Sharapova was quiet because she was focusing with all her active mind on the second serve she was about to hit to stay in the match: a second serve that had been failing her repeatedly in the swirling wind and pressure of this French Open semifinal against Li Na.
“She has a huge, big serve,” Li said later. “And I was like, Please, double-fault, and I can win the match.”
Bounce. Bounce. Think. Think. And then it was on its way, smacking all too predictably into the tape, sending Li and perhaps millions of Chinese into the kind of euphoria that only comes with a big sporting surprise.
“I never believe myself I can be in the final of the French Open, and today I got it,” Li said after her 6-4, 7-5 victory.
She will now face Francesca Schiavone, the defending champion and effervescent personality from Italy. Schiavone defeated Marion Bartoli, the last French player remaining, 6-3, 6-3, in Thursday’s second semifinal.
Schiavone is 30 years old, Li is 29, which represents quite a change from the time when the sport was dominated by much younger women like Martina Hingis.
It has been a rough two weeks for the youngsters on the red clay of Paris, including the No. 1 seed Caroline Wozniacki, 20, who was upset early.
Unlike Schiavone, Li had never been past the fourth round in Paris until this year, but she has saved her best for the big events this season. In January she became the first Chinese player to reach a Grand Slam singles final, losing in the Australian Open’s to Kim Clijsters. Now, on her least favorite surface, she is the first Chinese player to reach the French Open singles final, too.
That is excellent news for women’s tennis and its global ambitions, and clearly bad news for tall, big-hitting baseliners with addresses or roots in Eastern Europe.
Li, who is a solidly built 5-foot-7, has now snuffed out three such threats in a row. She needed three sets to defeat No. 9 seed Petra Kvitova of the Czech Republic in the fourth round but needed just two sets to defeat No. 4 Victoria Azarenka of Belarus in the quarterfinals Wednesday.
As it turned out, facing Azarenka was an ideal warm-up for facing Sharapova. Both go for returns and the lines with ferocious, flat power. Both make nearly as much noise on contact as a jumbo jet hitting the tarmac.
Classic clay-court tennis this is not, but then, of the final four this year, only Schiavone, with her flamboyant topspin and acrobatic slides, plays classic clay-court tennis. This has been a warm and sunny year in which the terre battue has played more like a hardcourt.
Neither Li nor Sharapova made any extended slide Thursday: their quick feet moving about the clay as if it were the cushioned acrylic of Melbourne Park or Flushing Meadows.
But flat power-hitting on a gusty day like Thursday is a particularly risky business, and while there were plenty of eye-catching rallies in which the ball repeatedly cleared the net by tiny margins, there were also errors in abundance, more from Sharapova, who does not move as well laterally as Li despite her much longer wingspan.
“She played a very good match, and she certainly played a lot better than I did and a lot more solid, and she played the crucial points better,” said Sharapova, who was, as is her habit, classy in defeat.
She finished with 12 winners and 28 unforced errors, none more demoralizing than her 10 double faults. Sharapova has intermittently struggled with her serve since returning to the game from shoulder surgery in 2009. She has other strengths that can compensate, but her serving demons surfaced at crucial moments Thursday.
She double-faulted three times to lose her serve at 3-4 in the opening set to go down, 3-5, and though she broke Li back in the next game, she appeared to be going for less power than usual on her first serve in the next game to keep the ball in play. She lost the set when she misjudged a high-bouncing midcourt forehand and knocked it into the tape.
In the second set, with Li struggling on her forehand wing, Sharapova served with a 4-3 lead and ended up double-faulting into the net to be broken again. In the final game, she double-faulted twice more: at 15-15, which elicited an audible groan from the crowd on the Philippe Chatrier Court, and then again on match point at 15-40.
“I was rushing more than maybe I had to,” Sharapova said. “And maybe went for — considering the conditions — maybe I was just trying to go for too big of second serves, especially.”
Whatever the explanation, the result was a muted end to a noisy, wind-blown match and a missed opportunity for Sharapova, who has won the three other Grand Slam titles and had a rare chance to complete her collection here at an unsettled moment in the women’s game.
“I’m quite proud of what I’ve achieved here, but I still feel like I have a lot of work to do,” Sharapova said. “I don’t have any doubt in the fact that I will be going out and working on some things and trying to improve, as always.”
Li, however, must only worry about preparing for the final and about trying to become the first player from the world’s most populous country to win a major singles title.
回覆 (190): Li Na prevails over Sharapova to reach French Final
Final final final final
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And the match point won on a double fault! Someone can't stand the pressure!
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Li Na of China celebrating her win over Maria Sharapova of Russia in the semifinals of the French Open. Li won, 6-4, 7-5.PARIS — Twenty-nine-year-old Li Na of China defeated Maria Sharapova of Russia, 6-4, 7-5, on Thursday afternoon to become the first Chinese player to reach the final of the French Open. The defeat denied Sharapova the chance, had she gained the final, to score a career grand slam with victories in all four major championships.
Li, seeded sixth, hit 23 winners, and Sharapova, seeded seventh, hit 24 unforced errors. A double fault on match point, her 10th of the match, sealed Sharapova’s loss.
Li’s victory moves her to fifth in the world among women’s players. A victory in Saturday’s final would move her to fourth place, the highest ranking by a Chinese.
A finalist at the 2011 Australian Open, Li will face the winner of the second semifinal, between Marion Bartoli of France and the defending champion, Francesca Schiavone of Italy.
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回覆 (182): The Injustice of Appearance in Life and Law
Dear Prof. Feikeung,
By accident, I run into some great online lectures from Stanford U. I suspect that this one would be of interested to you.