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I was at the WTF match last year and was just laughing because we all knew the next time they both played in a GS, Federer would shit himself. Look what happened at the AO only a few months later.
You were there cheering against Fed I suppose, so... No, you weren't laughing that much I guess.

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Hey it's not me who's a fan of that scoreline, I was just suggesting the first random thing that came to my mind with some similar scoreline so that GSMNadal can have fun.

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Berlocq = Biggest mug on tour
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Shame Nole wasn't in the mood to shove two bagels down this mug's throat to bring this ridiculous hype to the abrupt end it needs.
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Charly has a meeting with Jesus tomorrow, so he had no choice but to lose. Next time, maybe.
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Berlocq is a tennis legend and has changed this sport forever. GET A LIFE BRO AND ACCEPT IT AS IT IS AND WILL ALWAYS BE
a tennis legend with 0 slam. he has changed this sport forever? no, maybe you can try rosol. he is the definition of a tennis legend. i won't accept a slamless mug as a tennis legend. sorry but no.
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a tennis legend with 0 slam. he has changed this sport forever? no, maybe you can try rosol. he is the definition of a tennis legend. i won't accept a slamless mug as a tennis legend. sorry but no.
He doesn't even realize we are joking. And neither does Lenders
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He doesn't even realize we are joking. And neither does Lenders
actually, i know you guys are joking but i think it was a bad joke.
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He doesn't even realize we are joking. And neither does Lenders
I know you're joking, but it's an uber lame joke. It's almost as lame as Muglocq's 'game' (I use the term rather loosely).
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Lenders has a point, the warloq crap is annoying. He isnt entertaining nor interesting.

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Lenders has a point, the warloq crap is annoying. He isnt entertaining nor interesting.
You're questioning MTF?
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Maybe you haven't digested all the bits and pieces about Warlocq that are on his MTF Bios thread. Also sometimes he does make amazing things for a while and then plays badly again, so it does fit with the theory that he plays good for a bit just to show who the GOAT is and then decides to gift the match. But well, not everybody finds the same things funny.
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No surprise, just obviously
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Maybe you haven't digested all the bits and pieces about Warlocq that are on his MTF Bios thread. Also sometimes he does make amazing things for a while and then plays badly again, so it does fit with the theory that he plays good for a bit just to show who the GOAT is and then decides to gift the match. But well, not everybody finds the same things funny.
Did and still find it not interesting.

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Hey it's not me who's a fan of that scoreline, I was just suggesting the first random thing that came to my mind with some similar scoreline so that GSMNadal can have fun.
Very thoughtful of you to contribute to GSMNadal's playtime
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Maybe you haven't digested all the bits and pieces about Warlocq that are on his MTF Bios thread. Also sometimes he does make amazing things for a while and then plays badly again, so it does fit with the theory that he plays good for a bit just to show who the GOAT is and then decides to gift the match. But well, not everybody finds the same things funny.
That's just it: there's nothing at all. Trying to make Berlocq look interesting is a vain effort because there's absolutely nothing in his game or in his personality that can be depicted as interesting in any way. His serve and groundstrokes are ugly and weak, he's a pusher/grinder and not even a good one, and has no personality to speak of.
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