Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Not this time
Just a couple of days ago, I checked in on the women's draw at the French Open tennis tournament, and noted that Simona Halep and Agnieska Radwanska had advanced to the fourth round. I also noted that I would prefer Halep to win but wondered when second-seeded Radwanska would break through.
Well, both rain delays and light rain played havoc with the schedule and their games, so both of them were defeated. Why is it that the ones I pick to win don't, but totally unexpected players (like at last year's U.S. Open) pull off the upsets?
I have no idea how that keeps happening, but it does. Serena Williams has something to do with it.
Swingin' in the rain -- Radwanska, Halep lose at the French Open
at 6:18 PM