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post #1 of 33 (permalink) Old 08-30-2008, 01:18 AM Thread Starter
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Ljubicic for ATP boss?

He's been the Players President
Only active player to be a player rep (Europe)

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yes, no, maybe in 5 years....

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post #2 of 33 (permalink) Old 08-30-2008, 01:31 AM
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Maybe after he retires... don't think a current player should be head of the ATP

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Re: Ljubicic for ATP boss?

hes basically retired, so sure.

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Yes. Hope he can speed up courts again and bring back true tennis back.
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Maybe after he retires... don't think a current player should be head of the ATP
yeah after he retires...i should have made that clear.

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hes basically retired, so sure.
he will be back in 2 weeks.

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he will be back in 2 weeks.
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Which challenger?
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Vienna.
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yes.. of course... we need at least two grand slams played on plastic or ice at the moment...

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yes.. of course... we need at least two grand slams played on plastic or ice at the moment...

ivan will f***ing deliver...
If Ljubicic had it his way there wouldn't be any grand slams
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He already has the necessary hair. Now he'll just need to get fatter (like Kafelnikov). Give him a few years.
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thats more than two weeks
i've been out of it..i found out last night that the US Open started

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yes.. of course... we need at least two grand slams played on plastic or ice at the moment...

ivan will f***ing deliver...
Why would he care what surfaces tournaments are played on when he's retired? Not to mention the ATP has no jurisdiction over the Grand Slams.
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If Ljubicic had it his way there wouldn't be any grand slams


yeah... and there would be Mickey Mouse t... oh... wait up...

we just had that f***ing clown in...


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