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post #166 of 1902 (permalink) Old 05-20-2009, 02:13 PM
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Querrey likes Dan Brown. Way to overcome the caveman image, dude.
Really? Cavemen had better literary taste for sure.
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there's a videos thread already ffs

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Armstrong says in-competition testing will never catch anyone, only out-of-competition testing and the blood passport can.

Tennis has no blood passport system, and does basically no out of competition testing.

The methods and drugs used by Armstrong in 1999 would work in tennis right now, with zero chance of being caught (not slightly surprising to anyone familiar with the topic, btw).
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Kind of surprised I read Nadal's favourite a year ago. I also read Querrey's answer on a 20+ hour flight to Sydney.

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Igor, though I personally don't like Bulgakow.
It's definitely a good choice

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Querrey likes Dan Brown. Way to overcome the caveman image, dude.
Roddick likes Angels and Demons and Fish like Blake's book. The American trio

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Ljubo and Haas are pretty much the only ones that don't come across as halfwits, but then they're the older ones too. The younger guys probably have no spare downtime at all, and redeye flights aren't exactly conducive to thoughtful literature :-)
Igor and Novak had good replies too.


I wonder why they did not ask Tipsy. Ouch.
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I wonder why they did not ask Tipsy. Ouch.
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Re: ATP players speaking about their favourite books

Nalbandian fav. book: Best Places to get a 5000 Calorie Burger with fries....and large coke+cheese cake with a side of chicken and a 2liter Pepsi

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They should make 1 with the players fave place... Imagine what Fat Dave says xD

Oh Btw Murray + Simon <3
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Re: ATP players speaking about their favourite books

roger s favourite book is HOW TO BAWL PERFECTLY FOR DUMMIES
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why does it say madrid in the title if it was recorded over a month ago
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Roddick likes Angels and Demons and Fish like Blake's book. The American trio



Igor and Novak had good replies too.


I wonder why they did not ask Tipsy. Ouch.
Tipsarevic favourite book is "idiot" or something, heard him say it before somewhere.
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and Marat!
Actually I think that Marat is an avid reader. Russian classics and philosophy type books have been mentioned in his interviews.. Oh Marat, you are so well rounded!
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Tipsarevic favourite book is "idiot" or something, heard him say it before somewhere.
The Idiot - Fyodor Dostoevsky.

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Didn't Murray write a book?
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