I still have more to say about Draplin's insult. BUT in the spirit of tennis and sportspersonship, I will put this all to rest (for now) and focus on the match.
The match continues and frankly, I'm laffing. Good job Mr. Draplin, your volley redeems you for all the angst you've caused to me and my family (which I will probably never forget). BUT this is a lovely return.
I'm glad to see the animals who were exploited in the earlier portions of this match have been replaced by Red Necks and canned goods.
This was a good return, which raises the level of this competition to a new high (or low if you are standing on your head).
Play by play commentary for this match is provided, as it happens, by Steven Heller.
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