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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 02-13-2005, 09:44 PM Thread Starter
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VS PEter lundgren

who thinks they can beat peter lundgren
i saw him at the masters practicing with safin..i say hes pretty good

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Re: VS PEter lundgren

he was a pretty good player you know
although a bit more rounded these days
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Re: VS PEter lundgren

I didn't realise he could hit a ball. From his knowledge though, i reckon he'd be awesome. Any pics anyone? How old is the guy?

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Re: VS PEter lundgren

Lundgren was a very good player. Make sure if you were to play him make it in the morning and try to make him run as TBE said he is well rounded these days.

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In my current physical conditioning I din't think I could beat my mother
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He has great form, he just can't move.
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I would love to try, but I'm sure I would fail, despite better mobility.

I have a match tomorrow with Ron's mother. Let's take this one step at a time...

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How old? He just turned 40.
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Re: VS PEter lundgren

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In my current physical conditioning I din't think I could beat my mother
lol thats the spirit

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