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Rafa looks pretty good on grass doesn't matter what the hatas say He just needs some rest now and then get ready to take down Fed.
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According to our previous list...

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Good luck to Rafa at Wimby. If he manages to defend his finalist points I will be shocked and awed. Not that I think he's a fluke on grass but more impressed that he's dead serious about winning Wimbledon one day.

For a good laugh, check out the Fedtard forum's Wimbledon thread. It's supposed to be about Roger but of course all they talk about in there is Rafa.

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According to our previous list...

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Wimbledon - , right?
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Good luck to Rafa at Wimby. If he manages to defend his finalist points I will be shocked and awed. Not that I think he's a fluke on grass but more impressed that he's dead serious about winning Wimbledon one day.

For a good laugh, check out the Fedtard forum's Wimbledon thread. It's supposed to be about Roger but of course all they talk about in there is Rafa.
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Good luck to Rafa at Wimby. If he manages to defend his finalist points I will be shocked and awed. Not that I think he's a fluke on grass but more impressed that he's dead serious about winning Wimbledon one day.

For a good laugh, check out the Fedtard forum's Wimbledon thread. It's supposed to be about Roger but of course all they talk about in there is Rafa.

There is always more talk about Rafa in the Federer forum than here.
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There is always more talk about Rafa in the Federer forum than here.
But I understand them. What can you talk about Federer? It must be so boring to be a Fed fan.

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Good luck to Rafa at Wimby. If he manages to defend his finalist points I will be shocked and awed. Not that I think he's a fluke on grass but more impressed that he's dead serious about winning Wimbledon one day.

For a good laugh, check out the Fedtard forum's Wimbledon thread. It's supposed to be about Roger but of course all they talk about in there is Rafa.
I'm still bemused by all the animosity shown toward Rafa in particular, but really quite a few other players too, by the Fed fans on MTF. I can only conclude that they're shit scared of Rafa and what he can do to Federer.

I hope Rafa doesn't let me down at Wimbledon. I'm meant to be spending the summer in Italy with my b/f (he works there) and I've delayed my departure till the Monday July 9th with a myriad of excuses I'll be pissed if he doesn't make the 2nd week.
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For a good laugh, check out the Fedtard forum's Wimbledon thread. It's supposed to be about Roger but of course all they talk about in there is Rafa.
(Not only on his forum but in another certain player's too, specially after Hamburg final... )... and no need to check Fedup's forum, GM is enough for me at least

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But I understand them. What can you talk about Federer? It must be so boring to be a Fed fan.

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I see quite a bit of talk about Fed over here, too... he's mentioned in nearly every post at least.

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I see quite a bit of talk about Fed over here, too... he's mentioned in nearly every post at least.

Live-and-Let-Live, people.

In fairness, there's nowhere near the level of Fed talk here as there is Rafa bashing in the Fed forum. The MTF Fedtards and the general animosity toward Rafa on GM are more often subject to discussion than Roger.
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he's mentioned in nearly every post at least.
Nope. He isn't. Not even by a long shot.


And as far as I'm concerned, we shouldn't talk about Federer too much in here unless it has real relevance with what Nadal is doing. I'm happy to see that most people in here are not that obsessed with other players out of sheer jealousy, frustration,...

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by you maybe...

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