> These are not results, but some observations...
> Today the main match that they showed was Niklas Kulti vs. MaliVai
> Washington. Both players play quite similar styles. They are basically
> patient groundstrokers who can hit a hard shot when needed, but prefer
> to wait for the mistake. Kulti is a little better server, and Washington
> moves a little better. Other than that, the two play very similar games.
> Hence, the close result. Washington wins 7-5, 7-6. He will face
> Patrick McEnroe next who beat Marc Rosset.
> The Stadium Court appeared to be damaged in an incident that resembled
> the Volvo International last year. During that event, rain that occurred
> earlier in the week, had somehow caused the court to bubble up, making
> the court uneven, and possibly hazardous. Play was called that day
> despite the sunny weather. The people who lay the court claim that
> a different reason caused the courts to bubble up in the Lipton
> event, but there was no explanation as to why this happened.
> Hence, the match between Forget and Edberg was moved to an outside
> court. Edberg won this match in straight sets.
> These were about the only matches they showed today (on ESPN).
> Charles Lin
> I just heard from the news that Courier was beaten by Mark Woodforde and
his serve. If I'm not mistaken the score was 6-4,6-2.
University of Kansas