In case you haven’t found the link to watch Andy Roddick and Rafael Nadal meet in the Dubai quarterfinals assuming you don’t get the match on TV like many of us, you can still watch it online. Zola was nice enough to post the links on another thread:
you can watch the matches if you have a fast internet connection.
if you are in europe goto : http://eurosport.com and find ATP tour and then dubai. there has to be a link to “live matches”
you can also use this link:
scroll down and find links to dubai. they are usually good quality.
The eurosport feed works (thought I seem to have no commentary, which may not be such a bad thing), I’m not sure what the heck channel surfing.com is.
I’m glad to see both players make it this far. Rafael may not be at his clay-best, but I would expect him to get through.
Roddick has really nothing to lose, but still will have a lot to prove, as I don’t recall too many wins over Top 5 players the past few years for the American. And no, I don’t see Andy doing much in the way of bullying or trying to intimate Rafa.
Also today, Nikolay Davydenko took care of Andy Murray, Feli Lopez knocked out David Ferrer, and Igor Andreev v. Novak Djokovic will follow the Roddick-Nadal match.
It’s underway, enjoy.
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