Casual Friday: Miami CC

by: Peter Bodo April 04, 2008

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Afternoon, everyone. And how 'bout that Andy Roddick? I'll have more thoughts on his performance against Roger Federer later - probably after his 7 PM match tonight. It's a bright, humid one here in Miami, and Rafael Nadal is serving for the first set as I write this. Tom Perrotta and I are doing a point-counter-point for ESPN on tomorrow's women's final. He's arguing Serena Williams's case, I'm making the pitch for Jelena Jankovic. We'll be doing the same for the men's final tomorrow. Whoops! Tomas Berdych just double-faulted away the set. I'd better post this so y'all have a place to gather and talk.

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