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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-31-2004, 03:11 PM Thread Starter
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Talking Winner's celebrations

What celebration is the most curious for the spectators? What the French double did yesterday was definetely interesting. Something Safin wanted to do at the USO 4 years ago, but didn't.
Anyway, can anything surpass this, in terms of being ...well... surreal?

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well surely you wanted to see pics, no?!


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Clement undressed himself, too, when he reached the semifinal of the Australian Open. Maybe that´s a French way of celebrating?
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But Clément kept his shorts. Llodra is crazier.
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I loved when Guga drawed the heart on Roland Garros clay and blew kisses to the crowd...even Agassi said afterwards that he should have thought of that before...
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I am sure this French way of celebrating is much appreciated by the women, lol.. although I do think they'd rather see Clément doing it than Fabrice.

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This is a tradition that other countries should definitely take up.

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I loved Guga and his herat in RG, so sweet !

And, euhhh.... no, the full monty is not from France...(our players are crazy it's just the reason )

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Yeah, Guga's one was very nice and clever (I bet he won some more fans due that)

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You mean they didn't get a code violation for that
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