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Federer withdraws from Paris-Bercy

What a load of %$##%!
He plays Basel to skip a masters? too tired?? only the arrogant fed would be allowed to talk like this

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FED PULLS OUT! TOO TIRED!!!
What a wimp. Couldn't have at least put in an appearance. He has to practice anyway.
Couldnt have said he was injured, no he said i dont want to play, it doesnt matter why. gotta save himself for more important people. :retard: says hes sorry to the fans and hopes to see them in shanghai?? yeah right, all those europeans will catch the next metro bus or train to see him for a fun weekend getaway :retard: after all, shanghai is so close.

Insults fans. Insults tournament. Insults his sponsors (they pay him to be seen). Insults other athletes who work for a living. Insults tennis. Hurts tennis.

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If you had any brains at all (which is suspect) you would know how much Basel means to him, and that hes played 2 straight weeks in finals. Paris doesnt mean shit to him compared to Basel. And all this coming from a Rafatard

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Well if Rogi does pull out then this tournament is in the right place - home of EuroDisney, because it's heading right for Mickey Mouse-ville.

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What a stupid post
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FedEx should be play, because he has a very pleasant draw in Paris
2nd round on Wednesday T.Johansson or Spadea
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What a load of %$##%!
He plays Basel to skip a masters? too tired?? only the arrogant fed would be allowed to talk like this

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What a stupid post
yeah i guess its stupid for fed to allow the tournament to advertise him and then after the tournament starts pull out "to be careful"

tennis is a business and fed is a professional adult maybe he should act like one. there are ALOT of jobs where people do hard physical work all day 7 days a week and get paid pennies for it. again it shows his arrogance.

oh by the way nice of fed to get pizza-big spender that he is.
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If you had any brains at all (which is suspect) you would know how much Basel means to him, and that hes played 2 straight weeks in finals. Paris doesnt mean shit to him compared to Basel. And all this coming from a Rafatard
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Roger's draw in Paris is a cake walk. The organizers did everything they could to assure he'd reach the final against someone who had had to play tough opponents to get there.
Logically Roger should withdraw. Whether he will or not remains to be seen of course.
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2006: Federer plays Basel and Madrid. Withdraws from Paris.
2007: Federer plays Basel and Paris. Withdraws from Madrid.

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yeah i guess its stupid for fed to allow the tournament to advertise him and then after the tournament starts pull out "to be careful"
And no other player has ever done this at any other tournament ever before in the history of tennis.

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tennis is a business and fed is a professional adult maybe he should act like one. there are ALOT of jobs where people do hard physical work all day 7 days a week and get paid pennies for it. again it shows his arrogance.
So every tennis player with ATP points has to play everyday to show their solidarity with the laborers of the world. Brilliant idea.

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oh by the way nice of fed to get pizza-big spender that he is.
Kids like pizza. Filet mignon would have been wasted on them. I bet those ball kids got the best pizza in town, and plenty of it.

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Re: Fed not sure he'll play Paris

he could play if he really wanted to im sure, so who knows what he will do.
if he did WD i dont think its to do with being that tired.. maybe more that he wants more rest and prep for Shanghai.
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man get some proper posts....
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If you had any brains at all (which is suspect) you would know how much Basel means to him, and that hes played 2 straight weeks in finals. Paris doesnt mean shit to him compared to Basel. And all this coming from a Rafatard
Indeed, people forget that not too long ago he played tough matches in Toronto won it only to be beaten by Murray in the following week.
Three straight weeks of tennis, then a week off and the always tough Masters Cup i think its too much. He should withdraw.

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Does he really believes this is the same Federer of then?
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