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This is what happens when you have a real mono, you're out for months. And Fedtards used mono excuse when their man was making slam semis/finals
Some people die as a result of the flu. By your 'logic' anyone who says they had the flu but didn't die is lying

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Poor Robin. Never liked him a lot, but he still was a great player.
What happend to Ancic? What was his story?
Ancic showed tons of promise and was looking fantastic in his younger days but unfortunately became ill and then swept by injuries and never returned to his old form despite multiple attempts over years

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It's amazing how sharing drinks, food, utensils, or even kissing can lead to such powerful symptoms and illnesses. Just remarkable how mononucleosis can be a threat to top players as much as injuries, rivals, mental frustration, and everything else on tour.
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Robin . Come back strongly and healthily .

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That's really bad, hope he can recover for the clay season and do some damage.

The worst part is how awesome he was playing before the mono, destroying Berdych and Ferrer the way he did were definitely signs that he still has it in him for more success in RG.
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Another Nadal's lucks . If in that RG QF played healthy Robin he would have destroyed that shitty tennis from Nadal . Another slam won by draws for Nadal. vamos

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Another Nadal's lucks . If in that RG QF played healthy Robin he would have destroyed that shitty tennis from Nadal . Another slam won by draws for Nadal. vamos
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Why out of AO when he can reach SF like monofed.


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A person that probably can't spell "Epstein Barr Virus" shouldn't be allowed to post about Mononucleosis.
Let alone those who apparently have no knowledge whatsoever about the disease.
For the upteenth time - the degree to which an individual gets affected by the virus varies enormously. Tons of folks who get infected don't even notice it, plenty of others - the unlucky ones - get floored for months or even longer.
And even in mild cases it will obviously have an effect on a professional sportsman's training schedule. It obviously affected Federer's training, and it might well be that Roddick's mediocre results of the past couple of months have had something to do with his 'lighter' case of mono as well.

Ancic' case was of course a really terrible one, eventually leading up to the end of his professional career as a tennis player. I can only keep my fingers crossed for Robin that it won't end up the same for him, but the longer he needs to recover, the worse his outlooks become... get well soon, Robin!

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Still love Mario's final epic QF run at Wimby '08, beating no. 5 Ferrer in R3, then Nando 13-11 in the fifth after coming back from 2 sets down... was glorious

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Let alone those who apparently have no knowledge whatsoever about the disease.
For the upteenth time - the degree to which an individual gets affected by the virus varies enormously. Tons of folks who get infected don't even notice it, plenty of others - the unlucky ones - get floored for months or even longer.
And even in mild cases it will obviously have an effect on a professional sportsman's training schedule. It obviously affected Federer's training, and it might well be that Roddick's mediocre results of the past couple of months have had something to do with his 'lighter' case of mono as well.

Ancic' case was of course a really terrible one, eventually leading up to the end of his professional career as a tennis player. I can only keep my fingers crossed for Robin that it won't end up the same for him, but the longer he needs to recover, the worse his outlooks become... get well soon, Robin!
Couldn't rep you for this. You should've written this in font size 7 so that the idiots have no excuse next time when they spew the same tired recycled crap.

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Let alone those who apparently have no knowledge whatsoever about the disease.
For the upteenth time - the degree to which an individual gets affected by the virus varies enormously. Tons of folks who get infected don't even notice it, plenty of others - the unlucky ones - get floored for months or even longer.
And even in mild cases it will obviously have an effect on a professional sportsman's training schedule. It obviously affected Federer's training, and it might well be that Roddick's mediocre results of the past couple of months have had something to do with his 'lighter' case of mono as well.

Ancic' case was of course a really terrible one, eventually leading up to the end of his professional career as a tennis player. I can only keep my fingers crossed for Robin that it won't end up the same for him, but the longer he needs to recover, the worse his outlooks become... get well soon, Robin!
Great Post I tried to Rep you for it, but couldn't I said the same thing myself, but apparently no one listened to me maybe they will listen to you!

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