Take that you bitch. In your face. And to top it off her son, Novak went out in the 3rd round, has been leapfrogged by Murray in the rankings and is only a little bit ahead off Juan Martin In yo face, biatch.
Not the worst luck when compared to Carlsson a guy who reached the top 10 and had to retire at 20 because of having 5 knee operations and could only play on clay, cause of the condition and the injury was originally done in the US on hardcourts.
Muster with the car accident, with the drunk driver going the wrong way and he was jammed in between two cars. He ended up with one leg shorter than the other, and had to restrict his play on hardcourt which lead to his hip degenerating. There are many others as well who have suffered bad luck, but they aren't always famous, so they tend to be forgotten about.
“ On Nadal bumping him on the changeover, Rosol said: "It's ok, he wanted to take my concentration; I knew he would try something".
Wilander on Dimitrov - "He has mind set on imitating Federer and yes it looks good. But he has no idea what to do on the court".
To the worthy names already mentioned, I'd add Rios - he never achieved his full potential - first the back fracture and then the double groin op - first player to have such an op. He was never the same after 1999.
I think for me the most talented of all times was (Marcelo) Rios. Marat Safin, 2004
Marcelo has an enormous talent. Gaudio, RG champion 2004
"Rios ... he has a beautiful game, great forehand and great touch," Federer, World number 1
Guillermo Coria: "Ríos and Vilas are my two idols"
monica, she would have steffi many more times if that scumbag didnt attack her
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