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You're so obsessed with Rafa! I think it's time for you to admit you'd love to have him sit on your face while you jerked him off into a popsicle mold. After putting it into the freezer for a few hours, you'd take it out and deepthroat Nadal's cumsicle.
projecting much?

it seems you've thought quite a bit about that sexual fantasy you've described here so vividly

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The roof is great. I'd rather have uninterrupted tennis on Centre Court. It's a shame that RG and USO don't have roofs.




You're so obsessed with Rafa! I think it's time for you to admit you'd love to have him sit on your face while you jerked him off into a popsicle mold. After putting it into the freezer for a few hours, you'd take it out and deepthroat Nadal's cumsicle.
Wooooo children read these threads..........

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Peak HC level:
1 Fed and Djoker 2. Murray 3. Nadal (baby Djoker destroyed him routinely on HC, let alone peak Djoker)
Peak grass level:
1. Fed 2. Djoker 3. Murray 4. Nadal. Just ask injured Darcis how good he is.
Peak Clay level:
1. Djoker (smoked peak Nadal with ease) and Fed (bagelled peak nadal on clay) 2. Murray (just utterly embarrassed Nadal) 3. Nadal.
Anyone who disputes any of this is a troll.

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projecting much?

it seems you've thought quite a bit about that sexual fantasy you've described here so vividly
yeah, he sounded so passionate and detailed that i thought he might be talking about himself.
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i think he has federer and abraxas mixed up

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I wouldn't freeze it. I like it hot and fresh!
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So MTF complains when there are rain delays and cries for Wimbledon to get a roof, then when they get a roof, MTF complains because it doesn't "feel" like Wimbledon
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(Apart from the tie-breaker, the Wimbledon roof is the greatest innovation in tennis history, because obviously there is a lot of rain here at Wimbledon. The tournament would be finishing on a Tuesday this year if there was no roof)
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Yes it is.


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The roof is certainly important especially towards the end of the tourney when there aren`t a lot of matches to be played.When they get to the semis or finals they know they can finish the matches on time without any delays.
The problem though is that it`s a struggle to get more then 3 matches in a day on that court(with late starting time)and if it`s a washout then besides those matches there won`t be other matches to be completed.It`s problematic in first week when there are lots of matches to be played.
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The roof is a positive. It's time RG and USO got roofs over their main stadiums. I am tired of USO finals getting rained out.
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(To make the roof even more of a positive they should allow night matches, use it till 2am)
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The roof is a positive. It's time RG and USO got roofs over their main stadiums. I am tired of USO finals getting rained out.
(Roland Garros already is, they got a bunch of new courts and roof being built. US Open is just full of bad decisions, no hope there)
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The roof is awesome.
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Love the roof. You know you are guaranteed matches and that is a good thing.
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Not really - if anything, it seems to benefit clay slugger types. A number of players have said quite how heavy and slow it becomes under the roof.
So they play on green clay, put a roof over it and it gets even heavier and slower under the roof? Amazing!

The good defensive players can chase balls down anyway. I'd rather have it so good indoor players (e.g. Soderling) can serve well and hit the lines instead of 1-2 inches out. Wimbledon is slow as it is
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