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Re: Fabio Fognini: The Most Interesting Tennis Player in the World

Originally Posted by Orka_n View Post
Holy crap. I gotta say the timing of Groove to start this thread before the Fog's epic encounter with Montañes... well it doesn't get better than this. That match was just... I can't even describe it.
Originally Posted by fabolous View Post
this thread is fully justified now.
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Originally Posted by Voo de Mar View Post
After watching today's comedy I am disposed to agree with you Johnny
Originally Posted by Byrd View Post
Nice call Blaze for making this thread.
Thank you, thank you.

But the real congratulations belong to the Great Fognini.

What a legendary match and man today, absolute legend. Nothing more needs to be said.

Originally Posted by .-Federers_Mate-. View Post
Apparently the quota for an interesting player on this site is to be crap/baseliner/lack of flair,creativity/choke match/lack a game plan or point construction/dress like twit without sophistication/be foreign/ and have a stupid name.

get a clue. all of you
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