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2002 the Year of the Mr Nobody

does Pete Sampras count

after Johansson & Costa winning slams

Pete was all washed up until Greg "coathanger mouth" opened his trap and awoke the monster

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Boiled Egg,

You see the heated debates on this board about the status of the ATP.

What do you think???
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More precisely,

what's your opinion on the status of the game?
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I wouldn't call them debated.

I'd call them you making a new thread every 5 minutes about how mens tennis is sad, and everyone else telling you how wrong you are.

But different strokes for different folks.


Pete doesn't count as a nobody TBE, but nice try

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I wouldn't call them debated= I wouldn't call them heated

My bad

I lack direction.

Chocking makes me sad.
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Rebecca: I'm sorry, I thought I was asking Boiled Egg.
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Nothing wrong with the ATP
its in great state
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So, why say Year of Mr. Nobody?

Maybe, if you think everything's fine with the ATP, then it's a great year for men's tennis as there were 4 Grand Slams and 4 different winners.

Maybe Year of the Atp? or Year of Everyman?
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*sigh* If you don't like the terminology used tennis FOOL, stay out of threads. The ATP is fine, contrary to what you think. TBE is just saying that two unexpected people won slams, hence the term "nobodys".
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ATP is brill as you never know who is going to win each week.

you got more chance winning the lottery than predicting the winners of tourns.

thats why its highly enjoyable.
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Tennis Fool, I'm sorry but I thought this was a message board where I was free to respond as I chose - much like you are.

I lack direction.

Chocking makes me sad.
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Tennis Fool, I'm sorry but I thought this was a message board where I was free to respond as I chose - much like you are.

So why did you slam me by saying "You post every 5 minutes, blah blah blah."

Does the word "hyperbole" mean anything to you??? Hmm????
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No tennis fool, I'm illiterate

I'm not slamming your opinion, I merely question it.

As you are free to question mine, or I wouldn't post it.

I lack direction.

Chocking makes me sad.
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hehehe, i should thank those people who keeps on bashing pete, these pump him up, pistol pete is always pistol pete, always shot down people at cruical moments, thanks pete ;D

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yeah, Men's tennis is doing just fine. 4 different winners this year. Who'd want to see the same person win every slam?

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