Sorry, I'm a bit late in getting this on - busy, busy at work!
You're forgiven, Bev ... and I love the pics - a great one of Haase!
Maybe Andy could land a serve in there?
I enjoyed that - thanks.
So "at the end of the day tennis is only a sport. It’s supposed to be fun." Oh yeah - a laugh a minute!
I'm glad I'm retired - at least I don't have to worry about getting up for work.
Thanks for letting us know Andy won't be playing until Tuesday ... now I can get my plan of campaign underway ...
Imagine how it must feel to be a Haase supporter, and seeing your man up against USO Champion/Olympics Gold Medallist Andy Murray
in the first round of a slam?
good point Linda - indeed everyone in Andy's section might be groaning
Shhh - please don't tempt fate ...
Did you know that Robin Haase is actually left-handed, but plays with his right?
When he was young and had no trainer, he would watch his family who were all right-handed. By copying them, he found he could serve better with his right.
I knew the first bit, but not the reason why. Very interesting, but children are good copycats, even if they often copy the things they shouldn't!
I understand that I started off life preferring my left hand, but soon after I started primary school I switched over to using my right one. I wasn't forced to do it, as children sometimes were in the 'dark ages', it just happened. Unfortunately though it means that I sometimes do things in a left-handed way (or so I've been told). I wouldn't know, because it all seems 'normal' to me.