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Luckiest shot ever by Gasquet (video)

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This was Nottingham finals Mirnyi-Richie
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one hell of a point by gasquet
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and then Gasquet even rushed forwards lol... while Max was lookin in disbelief
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The fact that the shot went in had everything to do with Richard

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amazing

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Psh. Gasquet had clearly timed that shot so perfectly and accurately in order to create such a magical point.



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Re: Luckiest shot ever by Gasquet (video)

after that shot Mirnyi knew that Gasquet was destined to win that match.
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how can i download it? i want it on my pc!!!

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after that shot Mirnyi knew that Gasquet was destined to win that match.
i see you had your volume up to hear what was said.

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If anyone's interested, you heard the commentating voices of Barry Cowan (the man who almost beat Sampras back at Wimbledon 2001, and has carved a broadcasting career out of that one near miss) and the ultra-senile Bill Threlfall.

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Who calls Coria as the magician insted of using this nickname for Gasquet ?? :

Not even Bad Gambler being could imagine a shot like this
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Wasn't that match (shot) also on his BIRTHDAY??
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Wasn't that match (shot) also on his BIRTHDAY??
Yeah , it was his birthday
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Re: Luckiest shot ever by Gasquet (video)

Speaking of Gasquet videos, does anybody have a clip of Gasquet-Federer? Sorry to be off-topic.



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If anyone's interested, you heard the commentating voices of Barry Cowan (the man who almost beat Sampras back at Wimbledon 2001, and has carved a broadcasting career out of that one near miss) and the ultra-senile Bill Threlfall.

Hehe I only ever heard these 2,3 sentences of Threfall but I agree yeah, sounds pretty pretty rusty
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