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Djokovic comes before Fed at the AO so he will have every advantage not that he needs it his stamina and fitness are second to none
has he been using the egg again?
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This is the same shit I have to play in every Arizona summer lol. 50 c is normal and a good temp to me

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What's all this talk about roofies?
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has he been using the egg again?
of course
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What's all this talk about roofies?
just some horny MTF delinquents
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Now you are just being silly. Roofovic tards are not blind enough to think that ExtremeHeatovic will reach the final.

CloudCoverWithNoRainovic on the other hand...

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This thread made me laugh.

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There is only one hot day forecast for the next 7 days, and that is tomorrow (Friday). It hasn't really been that hot in Melbourne recently, only one or two extreme hot days this year so far, just a normal summer. The "heatwave" they are talking about is affecting other places in Australia a lot more, and Australia is a big country.
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Lol tards Olderer wont make any final at this AO.
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There is only one hot day forecast for the next 7 days, and that is tomorrow (Friday). It hasn't really been that hot in Melbourne recently, only one or two extreme hot days this year so far, just a normal summer. The "heatwave" they are talking about is affecting other places in Australia a lot more, and Australia is a big country.
Yeah I was wondering where all this heat is. The extended forecast I looked at had temps in the 70's F. Don't think that's hot.

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I feel like this is being overplayed but ESPN or whatever station you watch will try to turn it into an issue. Is he fatigued? It's awfully hot out here. Blah blah blah blah
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Love predictions like this.
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Lol tards Olderer wont make any final at this AO.
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At least they can close the roof and turn on the A/C. Doesn't apply to outside courts but it won't come to a complete halt like the USO. There will be some matches played every day no matter the conditions.
And this is where lies the problem some player will play under a roof with AC while their potential opponents will play under 40°C? as if aicar wasn't enough.
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has he been using the egg again?
Can't he just wheel his magic egg on court and recover during the change-overs?
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