US Open 2010: Ultimate edition

In Andy Roddick, Caroline Wozniacki, Kim Clijsters, Mardy Fish, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Serena Williams, Sports Blog, Tennis, US Open, Venus Williams, Vera Zvonareva on September 17, 2010 at 12:20 am

So I finally got to sit down and write the ultimate US Open 2010 edition. It has been an arduous task to get to this point as well as very emotional. There is just so much to say and perhaps not enough time. I know I have worn most of your patience thin with the gaps between issues but I have to say that at times, life happens and it becomes difficult to publish. Hopefully, some day I can quit the day job and devote myself solely to tennis in the near future but I am sure that this is merely the impossible dream. I think at this US Open, I have experienced every single emotion available on the scale. I have been mad, sad, glad, crazy, hazy, even lazy and I wanted to cry and once I wanted to die….Oh how the world of tennis have been so injurious to my soul. I do not even know where to begin…..

Dark Times for me at the Open….

Before I go on, I would like to give some rather somber news. Our faithful sponsor, has suffered a major loss by way of a sister. M.G had her life cut short by lung cancer last Saturday. She was only 34 years old and a non-smoker. I was not close to M.G. but a very good friend of her brother who gave his support for RTFN through out the years. I know how much this lost would affect him. Our sympathies are with the Gribble family at this time and for those who pray, keep them in your prayers.

I think this image is quite apropos so there is nothing more for me to say.

It seems almost inappropriate to begin my tirade after having to give such devastating news but I would journey on.

Amneris in despair

American Shirley Verrett as Amneris (Pure Vocal Gold)

In Act 4, Scene 1 of the opera Aida by Giuseppe Verdi, Amneris, the Egyptian princess, is at world’s end. She has just lost her best friend Aida whose whereabouts are unknown and the man that she loves, Radames, former head of the Egyptian guards, awaits death for committing treason. Radames adamantly rejects Amneris’s offer for clemency as he refuses to renounce his love for Aida and marry Amneris. As Radames walks away in the clutches of priests to his pending execution, Amneris realized that all is lost and sinks to the ground…..She laments “Ohimè! Morir mi sento” (Oh how I feel like dying)  By Saturday evening, I almost sank to the floor of my apartment and felt very much the same way as Amneris. My pain was so great; my thoughts reverted to Italian opera verse. Roger Federer and Venus Williams, my picks to win the single titles, did not make it out of the semifinals. They both went the distance but came up short.

Anguish in its purest form

Venus Ebony Starr Williams has done me in once more. Yes, I have referred to her by her given name. I know not what else to do. After winning the first set 6-4, Venus was down in the second set 3-5. Mommie Dearest served for the set but was broken by the ever-resilient Venus. For those who are familiar with the Williams sisters, they know that they are made of Teflon and are the type of fighters you want on your side during a battle. They seemingly never gave up. There was joy in my heart. Venus leveled the set at 5-5 and held serve again whilst Mommie Dearest did so as well. They moved to a tiebreaker. My heart caught a fire for I know Venus is often fabulous in tiebreakers. She would never left this opportunity to close out the match in straight sets be wasted. I almost fell off the treadmill, as Venus did not win a single point on her serve. How could this be? The woman with the fastest serves on tour, double faults as if it were the object of the game. She lost the second set. I figured that she would make it back. There was no way she would give up this opportunity easily but alas, I was wrong, as I have been all year long about Venus Williams. She lost the third set 4-6 after getting broken early in the set, breaking back to even things at 4-4 games and getting broken again. It was not so much so that she lost the match that nearly killed me but it is the fact that Venus failed to show any of the tools she had employed in her winning the previous 11 sets of tennis she played. Her serve was on, the forehand was on, she was coming to net, her second serve was not vulnerable and her deadly backhand was as solid as ever. Her killer instinct was on full displayed as she was not being rattled by the crowd or an inexplicable loose service game. Yet in the last two sets against Kim on Friday, she simply went away.  Where is the resilience and strength of the Venus of old who saved 11 match points against Jennifer Capriati? Where is she? It was heart breaking to see Mommie Dearest be on her way for a third US Open title at the expense of Venus. EVERY SINGLE TIME SHE HAS WON THIS TITLE, VENUS HAS HAD KIM ON THE ROPES ONLY TO RELINQUISH HER HOLD. It is simply devastating to continue to watch. I tried to be brave in the end and watch the match but I almost had my chest cracked open as the 110 barbell nearly slipped out of my hand as I was bench pressing. I do not know what else to say about Venus.

Another Venus heart breaker

This lost caused sheer panic and hysteria for Venus Williams Fans. One fan, Mr. Brown, a faithful subscriber to this publication went onto Venus Williams’ facebook page and lambasted her. He stated that she should retire, go play doubles and get a sports psychiatrist to deal with her mental crackish ways. However, I have had much time and trauma to think about the enigma that is Venus Williams and I have to say that I am now at peace with the situation. The problem is that fans of Venus Williams live vicariously through her more so than they do other tennis players. See, backing Venus Williams is not some trivial gesture or some effort to always be on the winning side but it is a wholehearted commitment. Venus Williams represents the awkwardness and triumphs of all her fans. Here you have a 6’1” skinny black girl from the “projects” making it big. Now, this Cinderella story is hardly one that I decry but understand that the attraction to Venus Williams is not a mere love for rags to riches. See Venus is that awkward stage all of us experienced throughout school…always being teased for standing out because of physical attributes…always being told you do not measure up to the accepted standard….never fitting in…never being allowed to fit in or be included. Yet, she rose above all of that to become top tennis player, triple Olympic gold medalist, 7 time major champion, entrepreneur, fashionista, activist, and philanthropist. Venus Williams makes the case for dancing to a different beat even though others think you look stupid. And where are the boys and girls who were hating on her in the past…who knows and who cares, unless they are the one serving at the local DMV. Fans adore the manner in which Venus carries herself across the court….there is a certain strut, poise, elegance, command of attention as if to say, “I am here now…deal with it.” For her fanz, Venus Williams is not the ultimate rags to riches story but the ultimate ugly duckling turning to the beautiful swan. (Now don’t get all technical on me saying that an ugly duckling cannot grow up to be a swan as they are two different species. I bet many of you never thought of that) This comparison can easily be applicable to Serena but somehow, one can never see Serena as ever being shy. No it is Venus who appears more vulnerable, requiring more care and thus elicits more sympathy and admiration from her fanz. In the story of the Ugly Duckling, the narrator never tells us what happens after this wonderful transfiguration (a duckling to swan is no mere transformation, it has to be a transfiguration and Professor McGonagal is in on it [Harry Potter reference])but we are left to assume that everything is happily ever after. However, we know too well that in real life that no such thing exists. The fans of Venus Williams are experiencing the life after the transfiguration. They have come to expect sheer brilliance from the Swan each and every time she takes to the “pond.” They would accept nothing short of this for her triumphs are their triumphs and conversely, her failures are their failures. What is more devastating for her fans is the fact that Venus is apparently very complacent with her “poor performances” For the fans this is the ultimate slap in the face for they feel almost personally insulted. People lose matches everyday and it not possible for her to win every time she plays, but her fans expect nothing but victory. Never has Venus lost a match and her fans accept it as a mere lost. For them her losses are epic, disastrous and should not have happened in the first place.

Leontyne Price….Divadal and Harlequeen got nothing on this Opera DIVA…

Leontyne Price, the great and glorious American opera singer, once commented about her fans. She said (I am paraphrasing here) that the voice is such a unique thing, individualized to us all. It is such a wonderful thing as well that it causes certain emotions and reactions unique to each person and as such, people may claim “ownership” of sorts to another voice. So strong is this sense of ownership that people are personally affronted if “the voice” that they hold in high regard does anything which is not to their liking. It is this same sense of proprietorship that Venus Williams fanz has and it is what has driven us to sheer madness and emotional lows. However, in retrospect, there is much to be proud about with Venus. She has been on the tour since 1994/1995 and still at the top of her game. She made it to the US Open semifinals and was very much in the thick of things without any match play since early July at Wimbledon. She has kept  her nose clean…there are no scandalous photos or tapes of Ms. Williams around…she has not been involved in any sort of drugs and despite all the injuries she has suffered, she is soldiers on for the sport of tennis. Yet we are disappointed when she does not win. She made it to the Round of 16 or better in every tournament she played this year….as a matter of fact, other than the French Open where she lost in the Round of 16, she has made the quarterfinals or better and she did it all being an old gal at 29/30. Serena, Kim, Maria, Justine, Carolina cannot make this boast. So perhaps we should not be so harsh on Venus anymore. Perhaps we need to make her life not our perspiration but our inspiration. We should not act as if it is us who is out on court working each point (I assure you watching her matches, I feel every single stroke, points won and/or lost) but use it to fuel us towards our own pursuit of excellence. I know people talk about the fact that she has not won a major outside of Wimbledon since 2001…but Nadal has 9 majors, five of which are from the French….NO ONE GETS IN HIS FACE about that. As for Kim, all the potential she has, she has only won at the US Open and she has choked at so many majors, they are too numerous to count. Therefore, we here at RTFN would like to resurrect Venus Williams…bring her back from the dead…reinstate her true name and wish her continued success on the tour as long as she wishes to play. (I know it is mighty big of me but I tell you, I have ran out of hateration for her so I might as well show some love.)

The beautiful Swan.....FIERCENESS...Venus Williams...I'm a gonna be me

Now I know it is a lot of talk about Venus Williams….I mean it would not be RTFN if we did not harp on the performance of Venus Williams at another major she did not win. However since I did not hate on her, you know I have to hate on someone/something…..and today, my disdain is for the crowd at the US OPEN. Now, everyone gets into Richard Williams face and say he is crazy, delusional, racist whenever he talks about the fact that Americans shows distaste for his daughters. However, the man has a point, not only does he have a point, he has EVIDENCE to support his point. Last Friday, the crowd at the US Open faced with its last remaining American in the singles draw for both men and women (mind you Venus Williams was the only American to make it to at least the quarterfinals and other than Mardy Fish in the Round of 16, all other Americans were out by the third round) yet the crowd was cheering for the Belgian Waffle. Can you believe this bullshite? Do you know the last time an American won a major not named Williams…. 2003…Andy Roddick. Yes 7 years ago! Since 2005, the Williams Sisters have a combined 10 major titles between them and Olympic gold. The Williams Sisters have given American tennis some credibility in the world. Minus Serena (1), and Venus (3) the next top American female is ranked 71 Bethanie Mattek-Sands, 73rd is Melanie “Dot” Oudin, then 76th Vania “Saw” King and finally 96 in the world Varvara Lepchenko (Not even I know who she is and that is saying a lot). The American men may fair a lot better in the top 50 but France, Spain and Argentina dominate the men’s draw. Yet, they can’t get support from their own home crowd. Australia LOVES Serena….they appreciate her tennis and would be all over her whenever she plays. They supported Serena at her best and worst as a matter of fact, it was the Australian Open crowd that helped Serena win her 2007 Australian Open title. However, whenever Jelena Dokic is playing (and truth be told, she is originally from the former Yugoslavia and now a naturalized Australian citizen) the crowd is all for her even though they know she is going to lose in the end.  No other country would treat their own the way the Williams Sisters are treated here in the United States. The crowd was cheering whenever Venus double faulted or committed any sort of unforced error. And people don’t give me this BS about Kim being a mother and married an American and living in Jersey…BS…MFBS…This bloody crowd would have cheered on Jennifer Capriati and Martina Hingis even though both are drug fiends and the former a convicted shoplifter. This was not even a partisan crowd….it was UNANIMOUS that everyone was cheering for the Belgian Waffle. I assure you that if Venus were to play in Belgium vs. Kim…NO WAY in hell would the crowd be cheering for the American even if half of Belgium dislike Kim because she is from the Dutch side and not the French. To make matter worse, the semifinals was played on September 10, 2010, a day before September 11, and for all the patriotism Americans shout about on that day, they sure as hell were acting like some traitors the day before. Anyway we have spent enough time on this matter…. To other matters.

We never cheer for those Americans in America…what are you talking about? That is the American way…See they aren’t real Americans. They are African Americans.

Well I did get one thing right regarding the latter stages of tennis and that is that Wozniacki, the Danish biscuit would not be getting to the finals. Vera Zvonereva beat her 6-4 6-3 I think in the first semifinals. Vera looked on her way to win her first major title. She would be facing Kim and having dismantled Kim at Wimbledon last July and being no longer a major final debutant, one expected Vera to make a match out of it. However, one overlooked the fact that Vera is Russian and where there is a Russian in sport, there is bound to be some Cold War attrition and nuclear meltdown. Vera went to the finals and gave Kim a warm up exercise. Of  course, it would not have been Vera if she did not CRY on court. I mean it was a waste of time. I did not bother investing much time into the match because there was nothing to see or be bothered with. 6-2 6-1. I mean, if anything it only compounded the fact that Venus should have been in the final. Not because Vera would have been an opponent easily dispatched….NO NO NO… See Venus Williams would have won the first set in brilliant fashion…scarcely would one have seen such brilliant tennis on the tour. Venus would have then lost the second set inexplicably playing horrible tennis….as if the object of the game was to hit the ball outside the lines. Then in the third set, the crowd would have seen sloppy tennis from both players and be drawn in a battle of who can play the least sloppy tennis to hold serve and break their opponent to close out the match. Finally one of them would have won. Had Vera won, she had her first major and Mother Russia be all aglow. It would have been a brilliant sport story for the ages…Last year she exited in tear and near hysteria and this year with tears of joy holding the trophy and a 1.7 million dollar cheque. Had Venus won, she would have won her 3rd US Open title since 2001, won her 8th major even though she is 30 and separate herself from Justine Henin on the most major titles list. That too would have been a brilliant sports story. So overall the crowd would have had a more enjoyable experience, more bang for their buck as they match would have at least been 1:30 minutes. Seeing Kim bad beat Vera in about 50 minutes and holding her toddler up is so last year and truly boring. Thank God I was concentrating on old episodes of Bones… I mean Booth (David Borenaz…my Angel) and Bones did not even catch the killer yet and the match was over. They should have just given Kim the title on Friday and then played the men’s finals instead on Saturday evening.

It wouldn’t be a major if Vera Zvonareva did not cry…Let the waterworks begin… Gurl you okay?? How about you get the fcuk up out of my face before I change you from a Belgian waffle to a Belgian pancake.

Begrudgingly I congratulate you on your 3rd US Open title. Yeah I know I am a hater

Enough about the ladies….to the Menz. Last time we spoke, I spoke of how unstoppable Nadal looked in his last 5 matches and doubted very much in Youzhny could have won a game against Nadal much more a set and I proved correct. The first of two semi-finals, Nadal wasted little time in handling the Russian who put up a valiant effort. Nadal was very excited about being in his first US Open finals. For the past two years he was stopped in the semifinals and the year before that, Youzhny himself took out Nadal in the quarterfinals. However, Nadal was a beast on court and when he finally won, he was jumping for joy like a school boy. It was really nice to watch. But the match du jour was Djokovic vs. Federer aka D’Joker Harlequeen vs. Mr. Federer. Now I have to admit that I expected Mr. Federer to run through this match with ease. He was playing stellar tennis. His serve was on and his backhand was really clicking. He looked aggressive especially against Robin Soderling, the previous round. However, Mr. Federer never looked truly comfortable on court. His first serve was abysmal and showed up and down play. One minute, he looked on the verge of closing the match and then, totally behind. However, one has to credit Harlequeen, he hung tough and he showed great resolve in the match. Mr. Federer is capable of playing D-Level tennis and still win but Harlequeen made Mr. Federer pay for his mistakes. Everything was off for Mr. Federer including his brilliant forehand, which can hit winners from any where on the court but last Saturday, Mr. Federer was spraying balls everywhere. In the final set, some of the most brilliant tennis ever played was on display between Mr. Federer and Harlequeen. However, you know I was not concerned about the brilliance of the tennis but was on edge hoping that Mr. Federer could somehow come through with the victory. There was no doubt that despite the winner of the match, Nadal was going to fillet them in the finals. However, the game is won and lost on the field and I much preferred Mr. Federer to be the one losing to Nadal and not D’Joker. In the end, Mr. Federer blinked and D’Joker won the match 6-4 in the fifth set. I had an instant fever. My temperature rose and I was whoozy all over the place but I soon found solace. D’Joker as much as he gets hateration here at RTFN, he is a good player and very consistent. He has been fighting really hard just trying to be number 2 in the world and when he finally gets there and Nadal has the strong hold on the Number one spot. It is really hard out there for a Queen…..

Seems like someone was more interested in what was going on at fashion court instead of what was going on at the tennis court. And BTW, shouldn't he be home with his "wife and children"

I finally got Mr. Federer at the Open... All hail the Harlequeen in Queens

In the finals, D’Joker had more of a chance that I expected because of the rains. Rain stopped play on Sunday causing the US Open men’s finals to be played on the 3rd Monday for the third consecutive year. Nadal was as tough as ever. He was not going to be denied a chance to win his first US Open. He took the set 6-4. Rain came again and halted play 4-4 all, 30-30. Divadal was broken to go down 2-4 but he broke back and leveled the set. However, the rain gave Harlequeen new rigor and he accomplished something no one had all tournament long: get a set point on Divadal and actually convert. The match was level one set apiece. 6-4 5-7. The euphoria of a possible upset was quickly dissipated as Divadal came out smite and striking all corners of the court. He was relentless in his pursuit for the title and D’Joker looked tired, listless and bewildered. There was not much he could do out on court. The second game for Monday Night Football was pending and Divadal was determined to allow his Americans fanz a chance to see the game, so he quickly delivered the death blow to D’Joker 6-2 in the final set. Divadal was ecstatic to say the least. He seemingly broke down on court and was ever so exuberant with his trophy. He has completed the career grandslam and won the last three majors, first man to do so since Rod Laver in 1969.

DIVADAL……………His 9th major and first US Open…career grandslam.

Now I know many people think I hate Divadal. This is simply not true. Divadal may not have my adoration but he has my admiration. I respect him. He has cleared the challenges people said he had to overcome. He has proven himself to be the man to beat on tour. He has excelled in his tennis prowess in magnificent form. I would admit that he benefits greatly for technological advances in tennis racquets and tennis strings, making it much more difficult to defend against him. Nonetheless, what he did at the US Open this year is sheer brilliance and that cannot be denied. I know some feel that he is the greatest but even Divadal said that it is too early to make such an assessment. I for one dislike these “greatest player” discussions because they are rather futile and mainly they are rather Neanderthal in terms of intellectual reasoning. One cannot compare players from different eras when situations were different. Take for example when Rod Laver won his grand slam (four majors in one calendar year) three of them were being played on grass. No other man has done that since. Mr. Federer and Divadal came the closest yet no cigar but consider that each of the major has a different surface now. If either one of them were to actual accomplish this feat can we say that their achievement is greater than Laver’s. Pete Sampras with 14 majors never won the French Open….as a matter of fact, he never even made the finals. Mr. Federer has 16 majors including one French. Had he not won the French and say he had 14 majors like Pete, would his achievement be different than Pete’s as he made 4 straight French Open finals losing three to Divadal? See there is no real merit. I think the best thing is to just count up majors, consider each players accomplishments in their respective eras. Mr. Federer is about 4-5 years older than Divadal….which in tennis is near a century, so their being equals is not really fair. Whatever the matter, it is really good for the world of tennis to have such brilliant talent at the top and not just in Mr. Federer and Divadal but in Lochness Monster, D’Joker, Robin Hood, Verdasco, Berdych etc etc etc…..GOD HOW I LOVE TENNIS…..The Australian Open is coming next year where Mr. Federer is the defending champion. D’Joker would be hungry for another major win, Lochness Monster is lurking in the dark and Juan Martin Del Potro aka Beast Boy will be back. Now that Divadal has solidify himself at the top, everyone would be gunning for him with no remorse. Soderling, Berdych and Mr. Brooklyn Decker who I think have a rather favorable record on hardcourt against the Spaniard. IT WILL BE A MONSTER OF A MAJOR in 2011. I can’t hardly wait.

Anyway before I go, I have to give a shout out to the other major winners…

Bob Bryan with Liezel Huber as they won the Mixed doubles title.

Then he joined his brother, Mike to capture their 9th major double title. They are the most “winningest” doubles-duo with 64 titles if I am not mistaken.

Vania King aka "Saw Clown" and Yaroslava Shvedova after winning the women's doubles



I may hate on his attitude but I cannot deny him his looks…. And he got it going on….I got something to serve you up on that plate 

oooooooo Fernando Tabasco Verdasco… is not a major if we don’t pay homage to this hot tamale. I think he got something stuck in his throat. It would require tongue piercing precision to get it out.

GORGEOUS and I tell you, baby got back….. loads and loads of it… (Dominika Cibulkova)

I like big butts and I can not lie You other brothers can't deny That when a girl walks in with an itty bitty waist And a round thing in your face You get sprung Wanna pull up tough Cuz you notice that butt was stuffed Deep in the jeans she's wearing I'm hooked and I can't stop staring

Yeah I would hide my face too if I were that ugly….

Well he is not my cup of coffee or Beetlejuice for that that matter but I know a lot of subscribers who are mad about his guns and are salivating as we speak just watching this mug….

Other Pics

As time goes by, more and more is Billie Jean looking more like the King….

Seriously? Won't someone put an end to this joke and transfer Schiabone to the ATP please. I mean here she is flexing her pecs for the crowd….Alas I see she hasn’t abandoned the frills in her losing effort to appear more feminine.

Seriously Kim? You serious with this shite? WTF are you wearing? Are those paper fasteners?? Didn’t I talk to you about this last year…telling you that you are someone’s mother and you cannot walk around looking like this?

You are killing me here Kim….the shoes?? WTMFFF!! Clearly you have adapted to Jersey life more than we here at RTFN care for.

See here is the Danish biscuit serving up some European fashion sense (we would over look the white feet and the ginormous forehead)

Beetlejuice in flight…Running from shampoo

Harlequeen ascending to her throne…

I love the US Open because every year I get to see Gene Wilder looking wilder and wilder. This lovely couple makes marriage look all the more appealing.

See there is a reason I don’t like restaurants…because here is this big time chef buying the same crap he be telling me not to buy so that I can come to his eatery.

Come here baby… NO….come on now…NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

Why not?? Because I wanted Venus to win and you beat her. I don’t like you anymore.. (Someone should take this child away from Kim. She is turning her into a Jersey bit…check out the Juicy Couture tee. )

See I do have a heart!!

Where are their parents?? Are they running around outside barefoot? Disgusting!!

From here on end…It’s going to be slightly in appropriate

Anyone who is calling me Harlequeen….they can just kiss my @$


Chrissie and Christie…. Don’t worry Evert…Uptown Girl and I shared a moment…

Hmmmmmmmmmm A-Rod better watch out Diaz is looking all dazed…

No pretense…no shame…let’s just get it on right here on court….

I love you……..I love you too … So so sweet… 

Nadal llikes it from behind....

Likes to ride it...

And on his side...

The Kardashians on the prowl again…HIDE YOUR MENZ…these ladies don’t play.

Woman, ballz, head, mouth open…the jokes….TOO Easy way way way too easy..

It’s always nice when hags get to travel with their fa....I mean their bunch of sticks

See there are a couple of mysteries I would like solved pretty soon…

Now Serena was out injured and now came back looking part Asian???

HUH????? Serena Williams is now Serena Wang??

Picture on the left use to be Venus's butt in the past but today, picture on the right....I have to wonder what the hell is in this trunk because it seems to have a whole of junk inside….

I don't eat sushi but I am sure people don't eat it with mustard….Hmmmmmm

WOW……….WOW…HOLD UP…HOLD UP….WHAT IS THAT???? I think that is more likely the whole camel and not just it’s toe…

  1. This was a magnificent piece..a lot better than some of the blogs I have read on You captured the essence of what a venus williams’ match means to her fans. I may have been too harsh on her but I do appreciate what she has done for me as a black person in a world that doesn’t always accept us. She is a true pioneer.

  2. I agree with Mr. Brown. You are truly a fan of Ms. Venus and today was the first time that I understood just how much you are emotionally invested in her. I am very happy that you have decided to support her regardless of wins or losses. Loyalty is important and a fan never quits on a player when the going gets tough. A fan is there through thick or thin. You acknowledge her failings and yet you stay the course with her. I know that’s it’s fans like you who help keep her motivation up and make her the resilient player that she is in each and every competition. BTW… Divadal needs to claim his other major title since he is developing a major bald spot in the crown of his head.

    Bravo on the coverage. You truly hit it out of the park this time!

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