Her elapsed time bettered his. Anderson’s .044-secondreaction time, though on the green side of things, was beatable.For his winning interview Anderson lit right into her, bitter like an unripe lime. “Sorry for her luck; I did think she didsome things that were unprofessional,” leaving no doubt toa viewer he was referencing their earlier moment in history.It appears that moment is continuing to expand like Macysinflating Thanksgiving Day balloons . . . .Give reporter Gary Gerould credit, he asked, he tried to geta flushed Anderson to ‘fess up to what was eating at him but to no avail. Gerould did hot-foot it over to Enders whodisplayed the ice-in-her-veins with, “I’m respectful . . . Ithink they’re great.” No darkness from her.The cameras catch the two, still at the top-end, talking.Viewers were sitting on the edge of the chair dying to hear what was being said; ESPN didn’t disappoint as amicrophone was quietly thrust near them.The audio caught a few words like Enders noting, “. . .more than a month ago (referring to her victory at ChicagoJuly 1) . . . wrong time (today) to say something” aboutwhatever is troubling him. She seemed flummoxed likeviewers as to the source of his irritation.