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Re: Australian Open Rd1: Golubev defeats Youzhny 7-5,6-7,6-4,4-6,6-3

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Golubev starts the year strong. He will rise. This is what I said earlier.
Yes... you said that last year too, when he lost like 18 matches in a row.

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Re: Australian Open Rd1: Golubev defeats Youzhny 7-5,6-7,6-4,4-6,6-3

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Yes... you said that last year too, when he lost like 18 matches in a row.
Well... you can't imagine a better situation to start rising, can you?
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Well... you can't imagine a better situation to start rising, can you?
True, but Everko said he would rise even before the losing streak became that bad.

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I think Everko foresaw everything, including that streak
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Re: Australian Open Rd1: Golubev defeats Youzhny 7-5,6-7,6-4,4-6,6-3

Oh, wow Youz...
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Re: Australian Open Rd1: Golubev defeats Youzhny 7-5,6-7,6-4,4-6,6-3

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Re: Australian Open Rd1: Golubev defeats Youzhny 7-5,6-7,6-4,4-6,6-3

I didnt see that one coming. Altough Youzhny is not at his best present Golubev`s one is even worse.

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Re: Australian Open Rd1: Golubev defeats Youzhny 7-5,6-7,6-4,4-6,6-3

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Yes... you said that last year too, when he lost like 18 matches in a row.
I have already told you what happened with that streak. Golubev's year is now

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Best damn thread I've ever read on MTF. You should be awarded for being a visionary. Some of us out here noticed it and appreciated it.
Federer will fall
Murray will never win a slam
Federer will never beat Nadal again in a slam
Golubev will rise
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Re: Australian Open Rd1: Golubev defeats Youzhny 7-5,6-7,6-4,4-6,6-3

best win for Golubev this season. He needs to climb up now

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In fact, he may be the one poster here who fails more than you do. Maybe we should all keep that in mind: there is bigger fail than Word Life/Danger Ehren...and its name is Glenn
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about the Federer Will Fall thread:
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Best damn thread I've ever read on MTF. You should be awarded for being a visionary. Some of us out here noticed it and appreciated it.
Federer will fall
Murray will never win a slam
Federer will never beat Nadal again in a slam
Golubev will rise
Go Ouahab
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Re: Australian Open Rd1: Golubev defeats Youzhny 7-5,6-7,6-4,4-6,6-3

Nice completely random thread bump. A real shame that Youhzny didn't send this mug home.
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Re: Australian Open Rd1: Golubev defeats Youzhny 7-5,6-7,6-4,4-6,6-3

Everko is surely some kind of masochist. His favorite pastime is making a fool of himself.

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Re: Australian Open Rd1: Golubev defeats Youzhny 7-5,6-7,6-4,4-6,6-3

always good to see golubev rise.
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Re: Australian Open Rd1: Golubev defeats Youzhny 7-5,6-7,6-4,4-6,6-3

Everko have you ever explained why you like Golubev? He is similiar to Gulbis in that both have big flashy shots but no mental game or strength. As I recall you hate Gulbis.

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