A toll booth guy in Nova Scotia actually said he was sorry for making me get off my bike (which I have to do unless I am better prepared than I was that day).
No problem. None at all.
Way to go Milos. Raonic became the first Canadian man IN HISTORY to reach a Grand Slam final. Raonic, ranked sixth at Wimbledon this year, beat his previous nemesis, Roger Federer, ranked #2 going into Wimbledon, (2-9 vs. Federer before today) in five hard-fought and very well played sets.
In a post-match interview, Roanic, when asked about what it meant to him to be the first Canadian male to ever reach a Grand Slam final, answered that it would be better to win it and that was his focus.
Genie Bouchard, ousted unceremoniously in the 3rd round, in straight sets by the Slovak Dominika Cibulkova, just doesn’t have it together and won’t until she matures and gets her focus and priorities in order. For example, she could worry less about what she wears and more about how she conducts herself while in a match. She’s not good enough to get that angry. In the loss that put her out, her body language said it all, especially as the match progressed.