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Olympics R16 WWW: David Ferrer (Spain) vs Kei Nishikori (Japan)

Come on Kei.

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i dont like kei to be honest but i hope he'll crush the vulture
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i dont like kei to be honest but i hope he'll crush the vulture
Fair enough.

You don't like Kei, but you like tennis. That's good
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Re: Olympics R16 WWW: David Ferrer (Spain) vs Kei Nishikori (Japan)

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Kei this is ur chance at immortality

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Great grass lord Ferrer in str8s

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The Spartan Overlord to show his unparalleled mental fortitude in the face of an overwhelmingly superior opponent, overcome all the odds and somehow scrape through a titanic battle for the ages.

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Ferrer will win. It's what he does.

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Fair enough.

You don't like Kei, but you like tennis. That's good
Or you could reformulate: "You hate Ferrer. That's good."


I think Ferru will win. Should be a little more interesting than the previous two, though... And in a way, that's good, because going from really easy matches to a match against Federer would be too much of a shock...
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Nishikori has no chance

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Ferrer in 2.


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Re: Olympics R16 WWW: David Ferrer (Spain) vs Kei Nishikori (Japan)

Could be close. I think Ferrer in 3



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ferrer should win this but its grass so who knows...

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Fair enough.

You don't like Kei, but you like tennis. That's good
Shut up for once in your life.

David to take Kei out in straights.

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