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Yeah, it was clearly in jest (probably someone in the crowd asked him to) and he was very kind to Kohlschreiber as he left the court

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That pic really is hilarious
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Fuking too good this warlocq

He's one of my favourite players now.
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This is why brazilians dont like argentinians, but who cares

Its Berlocq and hes beyond any judgement.
You have a nerve to talk about it. Brasil is (second to Chile) the most nasty tennis country in the region. Whenever your local player is losing (and usually to an argentinian) you insult them in a personal way, as well as threaten the players. Am I wrong?

Like Calleri vs Kuerten in 2003, or last year Leo Mayer vs Bellucci.
Yet, you critisize a guy who fought for over 4h in >40°C (there were 5°C more on court) on his first DC win.

What puzzles me is what are your grounds on morals to say "brazilians this" when you have the second worst crowd in latin america.

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Oh sorry.. I can't hear you over the chairs you throw on DC whenever your team gets schooled

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no one cares about your latin american rivalries, really. please shut up and talk tennis, not nationalities.
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Absolute legend this warlocq.

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You have a nerve to talk about it. Brasil is (second to Chile) the most nasty tennis country in the region. Whenever your local player is losing (and usually to an argentinian) you insult them in a personal way, as well as threaten the players. Am I wrong?

Like Calleri vs Kuerten in 2003, or last year Leo Mayer vs Bellucci.
Yet, you critisize a guy who fought for over 4h in >40°C (there were 5°C more on court) on his first DC win.

What puzzles me is what are your grounds on morals to say "brazilians this" when you have the second worst crowd in latin america.

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Oh sorry.. I can't hear you over the chairs you throw on DC whenever your team gets schooled

[youtube]rsoXrNyFArE[/youtube]

Need I say more?

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Amazing that the thought of doing that can cross someones mind, let alone actually doing it.

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Re: Charly Berlocq Goes Djokovic After Davis Cup Win

I'm trying to really hard here but just can't remember. Is Djokovic the first tennis player to celebrate some of his victories this way? Has anybody else done it before?
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