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Well then, I expect that we'll hear you've written to at least everycone of the other 1000 ATP Players and instructed them thereto
Nice non sequitur. I'm embarrassed for you and your classless hero.

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Which day do they announce the awards? First day of play?

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Nice non sequitur. I'm embarrassed for you and your classless hero.
maybe you should look up the meaning of Latin phrases before you attempt to use them.

In the meantime, I wouldn't waste too much precious time being embarrassed for my "classless hero". Those millions certainly assuage your unknown and unregistered embarrassment.



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News is going round that Fed won the Sportsmanship Award (and Fan Fave) Poor Nole.

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DJOKOVIC, FEDERER, NADAL HONOURED WITH 2011 ATP WORLD TOUR AWARDS

Bryan brothers, del Potro, Raonic, Bogomolov among award winners

LONDON - Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal share honours in the 2011 ATP World Tour Awards presented by Moët & Chandon, which were announced in London today on the eve of the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals. Players will receive their awards in special, on-court ceremonies at The O2 throughout the week.

Djokovic receives the year-end ATP World Tour No. 1 award for the first time following a banner year in which he won three Grand Slam titles and a record five ATP World Tour Masters 1000 titles.

Federer edged out his competitors in two award categories, respectively selected by fans and ATP World Tour players. The 30-year-old Swiss extended his reign as the ATPWorldTour.com Fans’ Favourite presented by RICOH to a ninth straight year, and won the Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award for a seventh time in eight years. Since 2003, Federer has now won 22 ATP World Tour Awards.

“One of the reasons why I play this wonderful sport is for my fans so I would like to thank them once again for their continued support,” said Federer. “It really is so amazing and means the world to me. It’s also gratifying to be recognised by my fellow players for exhibiting fair play on and off the court. The award is named after Stefan Edberg, one of my childhood idols, so it is even more special.”

Nadal was selected as the recipient of the Arthur Ashe Humanitarian Award for his charitable efforts with the Rafa Nadal Foundation, which provides opportunities for socially disadvantaged youth.

Americans Bob and Mike Bryan also picked up a pair of awards, ATP World Tour No. 1 Doubles Team and ATPWorldTour.com Fans’ Favourite presented by RICOH, for a record seventh time each.

Visit the official 2011 ATP World Tour Awards section on ATPWorldTour.com
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Apparently Roger won

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What a pile of shit. Those must be rigged too.



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There goes the '3 slams = SES Award' theory.
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Qureshi? What the flying fu*k? He is a great person but what he's done has nothing to do with fair play etc.
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+1.

He retires every time he is about to lose this year.
yeah this probably did hurt his chances of winning the sportsmanship award

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Expected, Fed is always the most gracious one in defeat.
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Player of the Year: Djokovic
Double’s Team of the year: Bryan Brothers
Stephen Edberg Sportsmanship Player (voted by ATP Players): Federer - won it 7 times out of the last 8 years
Comeback Player of the Year (voted by ATP Players): Juan Martin Del Potro
Newcomer of the Year: Milos Raonic
Most Improved Player (voted by ATP Players): Alex Bogomolov, Jr.
Arthus Ashe Humanitarian Award: Nadal
Fan’s Favorite Player: Federer - won it for the 9th consecutive year. Djokovic was 2nd; Nadal 3rd
Fan’s Favorite Double’s Team: Bryan Brothers

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