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You mean moonballs.
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didn't realise the two are playing tomorrow doubles togheter
Yes, they have in the past, and are good friends.
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Today it was Schwank birthday.
Sweet birthday present snaring a lucky loser spot into an ATP500 when ranked #189. He also got a seeded place in the draw so could go further (Nieminen next).
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Re: Barcelona R1: [LL] Schwank def. Ramirez Hidalgo 26 64 60

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Typical MTF mug who only follows tennis if it involves a top 10 player.

You're missing out, holmes.
Typical MTF troller/flamer whose posts are nonsense, and knows nothing of which they post about.

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Typical MTF troller/flamer whose posts are nonsense, and knows nothing of which they post about.

Take it somewhere else.
Funny coming from someone who calls Ramirez Hidalgo's beautiful strokes ''moonballs''.

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Re: Barcelona R1: [LL] Schwank def. Ramirez Hidalgo 26 64 60

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Always bad for the game when a living legend like Ramirez-Hidalgo loses.
what shows that Ramirez-Hidalgo is a legend is that I remember Djokovic took him among his impersonations in the past : he was hilarious

the video is on Youtube somewhere, he imitated several players (including Federer, it was very good ) and there's that Ruben Ramon Ramirez-Hidalgo (pronounced with a strong Spanish accent)
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yeah, I remember that. the rolled-up sleeve, extreme open stance and grunts.
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what shows that Ramirez-Hidalgo is a legend is that I remember Djokovic took him among his impersonations in the past : he was hilarious

the video is on Youtube somewhere, he imitated several players (including Federer, it was very good ) and there's that Ruben Ramon Ramirez-Hidalgo (pronounced with a strong Spanish accent)



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I get it, RRH is a legend ok, but Stepanek and Karlovic are about the same age and are having more success.

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I get it, RRH is a legend ok, but Stepanek and Karlovic are about the same age and are having more success.
I made a quick cult legends list for you:

Ramirez Hidalgo
Stepanek
Karlovic (Twitter)
Junqueira
Monfils
Dolgopolov
Russell
Fognini
Berlocq
F. Mayer
Lorenzi
Brown

Following these players will give you multiple brain orgasms.

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At the end of Federer's first round match at the Australian Open a fawning interviewer asked about his kids and if he had bought coach Stefan Edberg a birthday present - no, by the way, the privilege of knocking up with 'King Roger' was enough of a present apparently.
http://www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post...nnis/65231157/

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I made a quick cult legends list for you:

Ramirez Hidalgo
Stepanek
Karlovic (Twitter)
Junqueira
Monfils
Dolgopolov
Russell
Fognini
Berlocq
F. Mayer
Lorenzi
Brown

Following these players will give you multiple brain orgasms.
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