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Yesss, finally a decent composure when serving for the set(match).
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It is the shortest one.
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He won
And that's what is important, but he could try to do it without giving me grey hair, a wrinkled face and almost giving me a heart attack. He´s definitely a health hazard.
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What a chaotic match...
And what a horrible second set. I haven't seen him that angry and out of sorts in quite a while. Even scaring poor little ballkids.
But at least he got back on track again. And didn't get broken, serving for the match.
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And that's what is important, but he could try to do it without giving me grey hair, a wrinkled face and almost giving me a heart attack. He´s definitely a health hazard.
Yah, that's not gonna happen
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What a chaotic match...
And what a horrible second set. I haven't seen him that angry and out of sorts in quite a while. Even scaring poor little ballkids. But at least he got back on track again. And didn't get broken, serving for the match.

Now, how was he able to do that? Other than not getting his towel in 2.3 seconds, what else?

Talk to the hand because the ears don't hear you.
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Yah, that's not gonna happen
I know.
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Re: Australian Open 2009

Good start now lets see what he can do in the next round...in a non-nerve wrenching match
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Here is a bit more descriptive one:

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Good start now lets see what he can do in the next round...in a non-nerve wrenching match
I hope he will not underestimate Lu, he is a very dangerous player.
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Re: Australian Open 2009

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Here is a bit more descriptive one:

Earl Grey tea is a tea blend with a distinctive flavour and aroma derived from the addition of oil extracted from the rind of the bergamot orange, a fragrant citrus fruit.
thanks for the description, hope you enjoyed it
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I hope he will not underestimate Lu, he is a very dangerous player.
I hope he won't underestimate anybody cause with David you never know
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I hope he won't underestimate anybody cause with David you never know
Amen to that. But for now he won, six more to go. It sounds so easy when you say it like that...

Vamos David and Juan Carlos

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