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Kto zostanie Mistrzem US Open 2009?

Roger Federer

42% - 6
Andy Murray

0% - 0
Rafael Nadal

14% - 2
Novak Djoković

7% - 1
Andy Roddick

28% - 4
Juan Martin Del Potro

0% - 0
Inny zawodnik (jaki?)

7% - 1
Total: 14

#1 21-08-2009 16:04:52

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US Open 2009 - faworyci.

Mac: Murray, Roddick Are US Open Favorites

John McEnroe touted the young Andy Murray as a future Grand Slam champion and picked Andy Roddick as a practice partner during his one-year tenure as US Davis Cup captain. Now, the Hall of Famer is picking Murray and Roddick as the top contenders to win the US Open.

"My pick — obviously health is an issue — is Murray or Roddick," McEnroe told the media in a joint conference call today with his brother and future broadcast partner Patrick McEnroe to promote ESPN's US Open coverage. "The highest level I've ever seen Roddick play was at Wimbledon and Murray's favorite surface is hard courts. Murray's fitness level seems to be better than its ever been."

The US Open draw will be conducted next Thursday in Manhattan and McEnroe points to Murray's World No. 2 ranking as an added edge to winning the Open in that it's possible Federer could draw Nadal in his half of the draw which could create a smoother path for Murray to return to the final.

"Murray is now No. 2 and Nadal and Federer could be in the same half and Roddick is No. 5 so Roddick could be in Nadal or Federer's quarter, which would potentially leave Murray with a fairly wide open draw, which is an important part of the puzzle," John McEnroe said. "Where does it put del Potro, who looked a little tired in Montreal? At the moment Djokovic isn't the same player he was. I don't know how much he's been affected by the change in the racquet, but he is the type of guy, under right situation, who could step up."

Roddick could ride a wave of crowd support in New York from fans who respect the commitment and class he showed in defeat at Wimbledon, McEnroe said.

"The very reason Roddick can maybe pull off another major is he's gonna have a lot of support," John McEnroe said. "He dug deeper maybe than he ever did. Is he going to be devastated that he didn't win Wimbledon or inspired and hungry? It's a great question."

While not discounting five-time defending champion Roger Federer, McEnroe said the fact that Federer has reached all three major finals this year, winning Roland Garros and Wimbledon in succession, combined with the fact he is the father to one-month old twin daughters, may well diminish some of Federer's competitive edge.

"Roger has got to be a little bit human and let down," John McEnroe said. "Of course the pressure is off (of breaking the all-time Grand Slam record) but you would think any human being in this situation, even Roger, (would be pressed to maintain the intensity). He's been in the finals of Australia, had two major wins this year and these other guys are incredibly hungry. A guy like Murray wants to dig down and win his first major."

Patrick McEnroe, who is the father of nine-month-old twin daughters, says juggling the life-changing demands of fatherhood with his quest to defend the Open could be Federer's biggest challenge. But the US Davis Cup captain says Federer remains the Flushing Meadows favorite.

"His biggest challenge is his twins. As a father of nine-month-old girls I know that's a challenge (though) Roger may not be changing as many diapers as I have," Patrick McEnroe said. "That's obviously a huge change for anybody. The fact he won Wimbledon and he has broken the record has taken a little pressure off him. Could that hurt him? Could that take his edge off? Maybe. At the same time maybe he has some tension to keep him going. I still think he's the favorite."

A year ago, Patrick McEnroe was in Roddick's box as his US Open coach. He believes Roddick's gut-wrenching loss to Federer in the Wimbledon final will serve as a motivational force to reclaim the the title he won in 2003 rather than a demoralizing defeat draining his desire to win his second major. Patrick McEnroe says the mere fact Roddick has thrust himself back into the championship conversation with the help of new coach Larry Stefanki is a sign of his progress as a player.

"I believe it's motivated Roddick. I think a year ago he wasn't really sure if he could have a chance to play again for a major title," Patrick McEnroe said. "What Larry has done has been a remarkable job. Both John and I worked with Larry and Larry is just a straight shooter. He saw something, quite frankly, that I did not see. Larry said, 'Hey Andy if you lose 15 pounds, you will move better and a lot of things will fall into place better.' I believe that Andy believes he can do it."

If coping with loss isn't inherently part of a tennis player's competitive DNA, then learning to respond to a potentially devastating loss, or at least developing a sense of short-term memory loss, is vital. John McEnroe was in the NBC broadcast booth to cover the epic 77-game Wimbledon final between Federer and Roddick and Roddick's resilience in winning the fourth set only to be trumped by Federer's unyielding will in breaking Roddick for the first time in the last game to reclaim the crown, reminded him of his own 1-6, 7-5, 6-3, 6-7, 8-6 loss to archrival Bjorn Borg in the classic 1980 Wimbledon final.

"It definitely reminded me of losing to Borg in '80. When he slouched over, I thought I had Borg when I won the fourth-set breaker," McEnroe told Tennis Week. "And I was just amazed that the guy dug in and found another gear that I didn’t think he wanted or had. And I was like 'How does this guy want this this bad still? He’s already won four of them.' That’s what happened with Federer against Roddick. It’s like 'Jeez, isn’t five enough?' And Roddick gave it absolutely everything he had. He played the best match of his life — without a doubt. And lost. So there’s a lot of positives he can take from it, that’s the good part. He’s playing the best tennis of his life, he’s fitter than he’s ever been, he pushed Federer around. He outplayed him basically for the most part, which is amazing. That’s difficult to do. So hopefully it will pay off for him. We’ll have to wait and see. Things fell for him there. Conditions suited him, Nadal pulled out and Nadal was in his quarter. Roddick played incredible. He played an amazing tournament. I’d like to see him keep it up. That would be great."

Conceding there could be an emotional hangover from that Wimbledon loss, Patrick McEnroe said Roddick's strong sense of self-belief makes him a legitimate contender at Flushing Meadows.

"To be that close is gut-wrenching on a lot of levels," Patrick McEnroe said. "I saw him a couple hours after the match. He was clearly happy with the way he played, but gutted wtih the fact how clsoe he was to finally winning. I believe he thinks he can do it. We're talking about him now. We wouldn't have said that a year ago. We wouldn't have said that at the start of this year."

John McEnroe is a singular tennis talent, but his former doubles partner Peter Fleming believes Murray is the one player whose style and temperament is most similar to the young McEnroe. Fleming described Murray as "the closest thing in tennis to John McEnroe."

Fleming, who won four Wimbledon doubles titles playing alongside McEnroe, told BBC Radio 2’s Chris Evans Show the 22-year-old Scot shares similarities to seven-time Grand Slam champion McEnroe.

"Andy Murray is the closest thing in tennis I see to John McEnroe. There are a lot of similarities between them in the way that they view the world," Fleming said. "Ok there are some differences as well but Murray has a wonderful talent. He is able to change his game from one end of the spectrum to the other instantly, and very few players can do that. He has something quite special and the thing that I’ve been really impressed with about Murray over the past year is how much he’s matured and grown, and not allowed little petty issues to undermine him. He now can roll over the issues and that’s helped him become a much better player."

John McEnroe said today Murray's physicality and his prowess on hard courts make him a future World No. 1.

"I think Murray could be No. 1 — no doubt about it," McEnroe said. "And if he schedules his year properly and gets a major or two under his belt he could do it. Roger is having to pare down (his schedule) a bit, which may make it harder for him to maintain his No. 1 ranking. As a matter of fact, it's a great effort he got it back. Murray is now No. 2 in the world. No doubt that Murray is right there and I think it would surprise people if he didn't make the next step and win a couple of majors at least."

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#2 21-08-2009 16:08:46

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Re: US Open 2009 - faworyci.

Ostatni Wielki Szlem w tym roku za pasem.

Zapraszam do dyskusji


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#3 21-08-2009 16:16:30

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Re: US Open 2009 - faworyci.

Oczywista oczywistość że Roddick.

Teraz odopocznie, a potem wszystkich pozamiata


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#4 21-08-2009 16:39:49

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Re: US Open 2009 - faworyci.

Zaznaczyłem Federera, ale chyba nadchodzi czas Murraya.

Jestem bardzo ciekaw występu Del Potro i Nadala


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#5 21-08-2009 17:18:51

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Re: US Open 2009 - faworyci.

Myślę że Roger po raz szósty Murray jest w świetnej formie praktycznie tylko w Mastersach,ale w ubiegłym roku presja 1 finału WS zrobiła swoje,nie pozwalając Andy'emu na nawiązanie walki z Federerem,z kolei Roger szczyt formy osiąga na kortach Flushing Meadows,Rogers Cup i Cincinati są dla niego przetarciem przed USO

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#6 21-08-2009 17:35:09

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Re: US Open 2009 - faworyci.

Z tych co w sondzie są wymienieni to wszyscy by byli faworytami dla mnie A tak na poważnie to wierzę w Roddicka- wypocznie. Jak będzie grał jak w Montrealu, tyle że odporniej psychicznie to ma wielkie szanse. Murray- nie wierzę. Uleci z niego trochę pary. Djokovic tym bardziej jak na mastersach gra jak ofiara. Ma drugi raz najłatwiejszą drabinkę więc ćwiartka kolejna jego. Nadal- hmm. Dla mnie wielka nie wiadoma. Ostatnio widać u niego poprawę formy więc może połówka być.  Del Potro jak wróci w pełni zdrów i w tej samej formie to nawet może finał zaliczyć. I Roger- na pewno będzie znowu rozdawał karty w turnieju. Wielki faworyt, ale wg mnie żeby było ciekawiej niech kto inny wygra szlema.


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#7 21-08-2009 17:45:32

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Re: US Open 2009 - faworyci.

Wiele bym dal by wygral Roddick, ale zapewne zatriumfuje po raz szosty z rzedu Federer. No, chyba ze wpadnie w 1/2 na Nadala w dobrej formie - wtedy nie zdziwie sie jak uslyszymy "god it's killing me "


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#8 21-08-2009 17:57:30

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Tradycyjnie zaznaczyłem Nadala, ale jak sam Rafa powtarza niczego nie może być pewien, bo to będzie zaledwie jego 3 turniej po tej przerwie i to najważniejszy.Moim zdaniem ta przerwa sprawi że w końcu będzie wypoczęty a nigdy wcześniej nie był, jednak nie wiem czy wypoczęty to odpowiednie słowo, bo zapewne ostro trenuje by być gotowym do USO.Jest jednak coś co mnie cieszy.Jakby jakość serwisu Nadala się poprawiła i jeśli będzie potrafił utrzymać koncentrację(co chyba w jego przypadku nie jest trudne) i nie przyjdzie nagle jakiś dołek serwisowy to po zdobytym przełamaniu nie będzie tracił podań w ważnych momentach i co najważniejsze wcześniej będzie mógł kończyć swoje mecze.Zaobserwowałem też że częściej(nie znaczy to że często) używa płaskiego uderzenia, co też dobrze wskazuje na jego postawę i jak sam mówi stara się szybciej kończyć wymiany. Tak czy siak wierzę w jego tryumf na USO, może się myle czas pokaże.Vamos!

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#9 21-08-2009 18:51:05

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Re: US Open 2009 - faworyci.

Zaznaczyłem Djokovica, bo jakże by inaczej ale wygra Murray

Jakos nie chcę mi się wierzyć, że Fed zdobędzie znowu 3 WS w jednym sezonie. Jak już wygrał RG to będzie "wtopa" w Nowym Jorku.

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#10 21-08-2009 18:54:25

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Oj, obawiam się że żadnej wtopy nie będzie. Po takim udanym sezonie jestem bardzo pozytywnie nastawiona na mój ukochany i ulubiony turniej. Będzie dobrze, bo , bo będzie

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#11 21-08-2009 22:43:20

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Re: US Open 2009 - faworyci.

Jacuszyn napisał:

Rogers Cup i Cincinati są dla niego przetarciem przed USO

Argument z przetarciem do mnie trafia, bo ostatnimi czasy głównie temu te mastersy mu służą. Niemniej niepokoi fakt, że w tym roku Roger notorycznie przegrywa na hard, a ostatni tytuł jaki wygrał na kortach twardych to właśnie USO, prawie rok temu.

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No, chyba ze wpadnie w 1/2 na Nadala w dobrej formie - wtedy nie zdziwie sie jak uslyszymy "god it's killing me "

Po 1/2 nie ma dekoracji Zdąży wypłakać się w szatni

Faktem jest jednak, że dzisiejszy tenis ATP stał się bardzo wyrównany i takiej ilości potencjalnych faworytów dawno nie było.
A najgorsze w tym wszystkim to, że rywale zaczęli wzorować się na kalendarzu startów Rogera


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#12 22-08-2009 00:01:51

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Ja to się właśnie modlę, żeby Federer trafił Nadala w połówce.

Po 1 , presja porażki w półfinale jest jednak mniejsza aniżeli w ostatnim spotkaniu, co więcej, jeśli Federer przygotuje faktycznie najwyższą formę( co wydaje mi się mało prawdopodobne na ten moment) to nawet wypoczęty Nadal na Amerykańskim hardzie moim zdaniem za wiele do powiedzenia mieć nie będzie, oczywiście, można tu przytoczyć farsę z tegorocznego AO, jednak tak naprawdę tutaj Roger nie gra pod żadnym obciążeniem ,w zasadzie może takim, jakie sam sobie wytworzy.

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Re: US Open 2009 - faworyci.

Fed-Expresso napisał:

jeśli Federer przygotuje faktycznie najwyższą formę( co wydaje mi się mało prawdopodobne na ten moment)

Wszystko w kwestii formy się może jeszcze wydarzyć. Dramatu nie ma, a panika jak ta sprzed RG też nie ma żadnych większych podstaw.

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No chyba, że pisząc "najwyższa forma" masz na myśli Feda z najlepszych lat. Jeżeli tak to to wydaje się, nie mało, a po prostu nieprawdopodobne.


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US Open - Reed: True number one Murray will win US Open

Simon Reed agrees with John McEnroe that Andy Murray is favourite for the US Open - and believes that the Brit is the true world number one.

It was fascinating to read John McEnroe's comments about the two Andys - Murray and Roddick - being his favourites to win the US Open at Flushing Meadows. Mac is spot on, because both have good chances - but one has a much better chance than the other.

And that man is Andy Murray.

Roger Federer might be the bookies' favourite, and the Swiss seems to have become a sort of Grand Slam specialist, just as the Williams sisters are in the women's game. Federer never used to be that way, but there's no doubt he is now only really interested in winning the Majors.

With that in mind, you need to take a few wobbly results in other tournaments with a pinch of salt. That said, you need a hell of a lot of salt to rub away the sort of capitulation he showed against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga last week, where he blew a 5-1 lead in the final set.

Federer just isn't the player he once was. He might still be world number one, and in my eyes he is the greatest player in the history of the game - but he is still losing his powers, despite his wins at Roland Garros and Wimbledon.

I still think he was handed both those titles, and while it's not impossible that he will pull off another win at the US Open, it's hard to see it happening.

As for Andy Roddick? A couple of months ago I would have said that he had no chance at all of winning another Grand Slam title. He had been so overshadowed by the world's top four for so long that it looked like there was no way back.

But he's turned things around incredibly well, finding that combination of belief and aggression that players need to win the biggest tournaments.

It's hard to say whether his belief has helped him to be more aggressive or whether a new aggression has boosted his belief. It's a chicken and egg situation. But for my money, improvements to his forehand and some extra bite in his backhand have been the keys for him.

Those improvements to his ground strokes have made him a more complete player, and with that awesome serve - that's as good as it ever was - he could genuinely challenge for the title in New York.

Roddick certainly has a better chance than Rafael Nadal, who is clearly still not 100 per cent fit - and given how much Nadal's game relies on his astounding physical condition, he is effectively out of the running until he's back to full strength.

Nadal is just not right at the moment, though, and from the way his season has gone it looks horribly like he may never be, which would be a terrible shame for the world of tennis.

But with no Nadal to worry about and Federer looking out of sorts, Andy Murray is the man to beat. His form and confidence at the moment are absolutely sky-high.

Of course Murray has yet to prove he has the bottle to win a five-set final in a Grand Slam, and there is always the danger that he has peaked too soon.

On top of that, there's still a physical question to be answered. Murray is clearly awesomely fit, but going all the way through the draw in these warm-up tournaments in the hot, humid conditions of the North American summer is incredibly demanding.

Still, Murray's fitness is as good as anybody's these days and he is surrounded with people to keep him in top shape.

On August 2009 form, Murray is the favourite for the US Open for no other reason than that he is currently the best player in the world. And whatever happens at Flushing Meadows I believe he will soon become world number one.

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#15 22-08-2009 11:19:01

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Re: US Open 2009 - faworyci.

Biedny Reedzik, ciekawy co wymyśli jak jego pupilek odpadnie nawet przed finałem, mam nadzieję, że to będzie świetne wytłumaczenie ,bo przecież Ryży to "true number one" z 0 dorobkiem Szlemów w wieku 22 lat.

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#16 22-08-2009 12:12:42

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Re: US Open 2009 - faworyci.

Fed-Expresso napisał:

Biedny Reedzik, ciekawy co wymyśli jak jego pupilek odpadnie nawet przed finałem, mam nadzieję, że to będzie świetne wytłumaczenie ,bo przecież Ryży to "true number one" z 0 dorobkiem Szlemów w wieku 22 lat.

Bo akurat wiek 22 lat jest wyznacznikiem tylko dlatego, że Fed zaczął zdobywanie tytułów właśnie wtedy?

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#17 22-08-2009 12:24:55

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Re: US Open 2009 - faworyci.

A jaki wiek jest wyznacznikiem? 25 lat? Uważasz, że 22 lata to jest mało? W tenisie to ostatni dzwonek, by zacząc kosić najważniejsz turnieje. Akurat Fed dość późno wygrał pierwszy WS. Tylko że Fed był do tego czasu nawiekszym marnowanym potencjałem ATP, a Szkot raczej robi wyniki odpowiadające swoim możliwościom. Sampras, Agassi, Nadal, Hewitt, Safin, Roddick, Djokovic wygrywali w młodszym wieku.

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Re: US Open 2009 - faworyci.

Kubecki napisał:

Fed-Expresso napisał:

Biedny Reedzik, ciekawy co wymyśli jak jego pupilek odpadnie nawet przed finałem, mam nadzieję, że to będzie świetne wytłumaczenie ,bo przecież Ryży to "true number one" z 0 dorobkiem Szlemów w wieku 22 lat.

Bo akurat wiek 22 lat jest wyznacznikiem tylko dlatego, że Fed zaczął zdobywanie tytułów właśnie wtedy?

Kubuś, 21 lat i 11 miesięcy miał Fed jak wygrywał Wimbla 03.


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#19 22-08-2009 14:19:45

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Re: US Open 2009 - faworyci.

Wiedziałem, że to wypomnisz

Robertinho napisał:

A jaki wiek jest wyznacznikiem? 25 lat? Uważasz, że 22 lata to jest mało? W tenisie to ostatni dzwonek, by zacząc kosić najważniejsz turnieje. Akurat Fed dość późno wygrał pierwszy WS. Tylko że Fed był do tego czasu nawiekszym marnowanym potencjałem ATP, a Szkot raczej robi wyniki odpowiadające swoim możliwościom. Sampras, Agassi, Nadal, Hewitt, Safin, Roddick, Djokovic wygrywali w młodszym wieku.

Nie każdy jest Hingis czy nawet Fedem.

Równie dobrze Murray może zacząć od wygrania przyszłorocznego USO i wcale nie będzie na straconej pozycji do zgarnięcia kilku innych szlemów.

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Re: US Open 2009 - faworyci.

Nie mogę przypomnieć sobie zawodnika, który ma więcej niż 1 Szlem, a zaczął wygrywać te turnieje ok.23 roku życia.

Murray to nie jest gracz na WS, on sobie może ogrywać wszystkich w Mastersach, ale jak się okazuje , nawet doskonała forma jak chociażby na AO nie pozwoliła na przejście 4 rundy(!).

Nie potrafię sobie wyobrazić Feda,Rafy,Hewitta,Sampy,Agassiego w najwyższej dyspozycji nie przekraczających bariery 1/8 finału.

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