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It really doesn't matter because of the sad condition of the sport. At Miami, nobody but the players care - statistics are meaningless. However, looking at them.....there have been some dreadful starts.
Looking at the entries, these 3 are in the same singles games over and over and over. Just by dumb luck, shouldn't the win totals at least increase to the awful category?
I know with the Mr. 0'fer, it can't be lack of talent....so it has to be: (pick one)
The American Dream hit paydirt!
Waiting for the video, which I'm sure is coming soon. Its understood that everyone wants to see it because who doesn't root for the American Dream?
Your reply amuses me in two ways.
1- "Keith's style of play is not conducive to the Miami court". Keith is much closer to 55 years old than 25 years old. There is no court that is conducive to Keith's style of play. If you are a big fan of Keith, you probably should've watched him 30 years ago. I can't tell you who he did or didn't beat then, but presently he isn't beating any established professionals.
2- Steeve Ramsdale, new players manager at Miami, isn't showing anyone how to play the sport. Or discussing winning strategy. Or what shot to throw in what situation. Whether its Aritz or Restina.....whether its Keith or Rekalde, Ramsdale isn't demonstrating how to throw a winning carom. Keeping the rebote on the side wall won't be a discussion item between Ramsdale and any player on the roster. Lets be thankful that the correct winner is declared official and the place doesn't burn down. If those two things happen, Steeve has done a good job.