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I really thought he was gonna end his career on the graveyard of champions, but he didn't

He took off his shirt after the match and the BBC commentator was afraid he'd take of more

Hewitt is up next so I hope they'll be put on centre court.


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I saw the match... I really thought he was going to lose...But he put up some great fight!! Well done Goran!!!

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Good luck Goran

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This is so cool! This is really a mental thing because this is Goran's favourite place. And the home of his win. I guess it's therapeutic!

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It´s wonderful to see him winning in Wimbledon again
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oh my god, i could not believe that he has won . When i watched him till he lost the thired set 6:1, i thought he was going to lose, then the rain break, and its already 12:00 a.m. HK time, so i guess the match will not continue and went to sleep, but wow, today i wake up and knew that he has won, unbelievable, goran

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Could he even win it? Yet again the rain came to his aid. I don't think I have ever seen a player get so many winning mishits net cords in his favour at vital points.
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Should be an interesting match today against Hewitt. Hope Goran keeps his head cool.

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His serve is still realy good! I'd say he wins mostly because of it. It'll be dead tough against hewitt because his backspin backhand is a bit lazy and goes to the centre of the court.

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