non-Federer





Players

Funny
Mocking on Hrbaty
Djokovic imitating Sharapova & Nadal
Djokovic imitating in the locker room
Sharapova does read
Roger's Fun House (Roddick, Safin, Agassi, Hewitt, etc.)
Roger slipped on carpet
Federer stops by ESPN sportscenter
"It's funny. You're funny."
the ballboy can play baseball

Player
Henman neighborhood
Tim Henman retires (2007)
Philippoussis on "Age of Love"
Todd Martin retires (2004)
Wayne Ferreira retires (2004)
Michael Chang retires (2003)

Agassi
Agassi's retirement 2006
"The scoreboard said I lost today, but what the scoreboard doesn't say is what it is I have found. And over the last 21 years, I have found loyalty. You have pulled for me on the court and also in life. I've found inspiration. You have willed me to succeed sometimes even in my lowest moments. And I've found generosity. You have given me your shoulders to stand on to reach for my dreams, dreams I could never have reached without you. Over the last 21 years, I have found you. And I will take you and the memory of you with me for the rest of my life."
Agassi walking out
Young Agassi
Agassi on Ellen Degeneres
Agassi on Larry King




Tournaments

2007 Australian Open
2007 Aussie Open wrap-up

2007 US Open
2007 US Open summary

2006 Australian Open
2006 Aussie wrap-up

2006 Wimbledon
2006 Wimbledon
2006 Wimbledon wrap-up

2006 US Open
US Open memory (Agassi retired)
2006 US Open wrap-up

2005 Wimbledon
2005 Wimbledon Party

2005 US Open
2005 US Open memory

2004 US Open
US Open rap CBS
2004 US Open summary

1984 US Open
1984 US Open memory
Some Matches

2010 Wimbledon
R1 - Isner vs Mahut
The longest match (11 hours) and the longest set (70-68 in the 5th, longer than the longest ever match). At last Isner def. Mahut with 6-4 3-6 6-7 7-6 70-68.

2005 Rome
Final - Nadal vs Coria
Nadal won 6-4 3-6 6-3 4-6 7-6. This was a high quality clay match and it's always fun to watch two clay experts playing and sliding around. It's a pity for Coria that he had 3-0 lead and a game point in 5th set but couldn't convert.

2004 French Open
Final - Gaudio vs Coria
Basically Gaudio choked in the first 2 sets, and Coria had 2 match points before suffering leg cramps. Then Gaudio did not know how to play the limping Coria. Finally Gaudio defeated Coria by 0-6 3-6 6-4 6-1 8-6 and became the 1st man to win a Grand Slam title after being bagelled in the 1st set.

2001 Wimbledon
Final - Ivanisevic vs Rafter
Ivanisevic won 6-3 3-6 6-3 2-6 9-7
Last time Ivanisevic in Wimbledon final in 1992 (vs Agassi)

1997 Australian Open
Women Final - Hingis vs Pierce
Hingis, four months past her 16th birthday, became the youngest player in 110 years to win a Grand Slam singles title.

1989 French Open
Michael Chang and 1989 French Open
Michael Chang became the youngest male player to win a Grand Slam singles title when he was 17.
Final - Chang vs Edberg
Chang won 6-1 3-6 4-6 6-4 6-2