Saturday, April 4, 2009

The test of character

Not so long before we heard the quite, gentle and calm Wall -- aka Rahul Dravid in Indian cricket team fraternity -- hit on the the so called and very commonly used term nowadays in the area called "Natural Game" and emphasis on the fact that the better cricketer is the one who transform himself in the conditions of the ground and situation on the match. This was the first time as far as I can remember to hear Dravid to loose his calm and say anything like that.

You can read more about this here or search google.
[Though being msn I don't trust the source that much but it's true!]

The the wave came yesterday when I had to rub my eyes watching a match past midnight just to check whether its too late to sleep or am I already is sleeping. This one is like winchester -- one is the thousand. It's your vintage man, Roger Federer.

Boy, I must say this guy not only know how to play with the racket, he also knows how to break the racket. Look at that Wilson racket after fedex run over it!!

May be it like they say, a river might be as calm as it can be -- like a still image -- but it tend to wave when the heavy breeze passes over it. Well I would just say, get back on your feet guys. You are privilege to watch when your are yourself -- not like this.