posted on Sep, 8 2004 @ 04:02 PM
For those of you who remember, the 1987 Wimbledon Men's Singles Final pitted Czechoslovakia's Ivan Lendl against Aussi Pat Cash. Cash was money that
day, bouncing the Czech in straight sets to clinch the only 'slam of his career. For me, the highlight of the broadcast had nothing to do with the
match itself. It was a poster in the stands with a message of infinite wit: Cash the Czech. But what if Lendl had prevailed? What if Cash had been
spent before the match even began? And what if the sign hadn't been an omen? If the tables had been turned, an equally amusing musing would've fit the
bill: Czech, Mate...