I actually think you are most known as Word Life, not as Sapeod.
Nah, I was Sapeod for 9 months before my first username change. You probably first knew me as Word Life though.
Happy birthday by the way in advance!
Thank you very much.
Ok so you said "TF = madmax, Juju Nostalgique (one of the most useless posters I've ever seen), pretty much everyone else too tbh."
>>> does it include me?
I am wounded
You're annoying and we had a lot of arguments. I don't like you, but I can safely say you're one of the lesser clowns. In other words, you're not too bad.
You also said this "Justin Bieber? Don't compare me to that cock. Me >>>>>>>> Justin Bieber."
>>> Why do you feel superior to Justin Bieber ? You explained why Andy Murray was more awesome than you : titles, rankings, game, celebrity... Justin Bieber has more than a dozen of millions fans, sells a lot, and according to these fans, can sing well. And according to some of these fans, he is hot. So what do you have more than him?
I didn't say that because I think I'm better than him. He's a little prat and I don't like him. Of course, there are many people with the same attitude towards him as me.
"Which would I prefer? Of course, I'd prefer Wozniacki to win all of those slams. 10 againt 1? Come on, what kind of question is that."
>>>>>> So does it mean you support Wozniacki as much as you do with Murray?
Of course. BUT, if I had to choose between one of them winning a slam, I'd go with Murray. I like Murray far more, but I cheer on Wozniacki just as hard as I do with Murray.
Other questions : What is your biggest goal in life?
What is your most altruistic and realistic goal in life? (not talking about what a Miss Universe would say : bring peace to everyone
I'm not sure really. I'm just along for the ride, I guess. I have nothing spectacular that I want to do.
Hi Daniel... let's see if I can restore some seriousness in this thread.
1) What's your best memory as a Murray fan?
2) What's the most painful match loss you've seen?
3) Have you attended any tournaments live? If yes, which, and if no, which non-GS tournaments would be your top 3 to visit?
4) What do you want to do in life? (already sort of asked above I guess
) Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
1. Murray getting to his first slam final was amazing, especially the win over Nadal.
2. None of his losses pain me, but I guess the Roddick loss at Wimbledon. Andy shouldn't be losing to Roddick, even on grass.
3. Unfortunately, I haven't. I plan on going to Wimbledon some time though, maybe next year.
4. In 10 years? I have no idea tbh. Probably normal.
Are you sure you were 100% honest with yourself when you wrote that answer?
Well, it's a little girly perhaps, but much better than the endless slew of "Rafa's_F@#ktoy_2008" and its variants, so you deserve some credit.
Yeah, my name >>>>>> all of those clown names.
But here's a serious question for you to gauge your candor:
Within the nigh-invincibility of your more-or-less educated, young, 17-year-old's perspective on tennis (and people, and reality itself, etc.), do you ever experience moments, however fleeting, of sincere doubt? Do you ever find yourself entertaining, willingly or unwillingly, the possibility that you might be wrong? Or that the necessarily insurmountable limits of your own cognitive sphere might prevent you from knowing things as certainly as you sometimes claim to?
Of course. There are always instances that I think I might be wrong, mostly in real life, in various situations. On here? Nah, I like to think I know everything that I talk about on here.
Do you still think Murray will win several slams and reach #1?
Do you think you are important enough to make a thread on you?
Well, I used to get asked all sorts of ridiculous questions in various threads, so I decided to make this so they wouldn't clog up GM threads and can be stored somewhere.
Originally Posted by evilmindbulgaria
Sapeod, I have a question - if Andy Murray were playing in the mid/late nineteens and he reached the USOpen Final, who would you like his opponent to be - Agassi, Sampras, or Rafter?
Rafter. His serve won't be as troubling as Sampras'. Andy usually does pretty well when someone is serve and volleying and can pass people with ease. Agassi will be too much trouble on the ground.
Originally Posted by NadalSharapova
Will Murray ever win a set in a grand slam final?
Well, if you win slams, then you have to win at least one set, yes?