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Re: Qué Será, Será - Buena suerte a Madrid Roger

least i have the emotion taken out of me for tomorrow's semi

and even if Fed loses that - saves the inevitable clay F loss to Nadal as well
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least i have the emotion taken out of me for tomorrow's semi

and even if Fed loses that - saves the inevitable clay F loss to Nadal as well
hi mikey, sorry about murray's loss today, but full credit to Del potro, he played really well. I'm actually a bit nervous about tomorrow's match.
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I'm gonna stop under estimating Roger (at least for just the SF match)

Not only does Roger have the mental advantage (4-0 H2H with a couple of bagels along the way) he also simply plays the better all court tennis Roger will just keep slicing that ball nice and low and JMDP will be in trouble. Also, Fed is way more aggressive in his tennis than Murray, and actually knows how to play on the surface. He will try to dictate most of the play and go from there. Another thing to bear in mind is the fact that Roger has had way more rest than him, and to be frank I can't see Del Pony beating two top4 players in a row. It's not really the norm, and Roger is hungry for that final.

There. I've made up my mind.

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I'm gonna stop under estimating Roger (at least for just the SF match)

Not only does Roger have the mental advantage (4-0 H2H with a couple of bagels along the way) he also simply plays the better all court tennis Roger will just keep slicing that ball nice and low and JMDP will be in trouble. Also, Fed is way more aggressive in his tennis than Murray, and actually knows how to play on the surface. He will try to dictate most of the play and go from there. Another thing to bear in mind is the fact that Roger has had way more rest than him, and to be frank I can't see Del Pony beating two top4 players in a row. It's not really the norm, and Roger is hungry for that final.

There. I've made up my mind.
good for you nadine. I just hope now that you've decided to not underestimate roger, he doesn't lose.
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Nadine, I really like your siggy..the part about *He's hairy, he's got a belly~~etc.~~*
Vamos, Roger!

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I'm gonna stop under estimating Roger (at least for just the SF match)

Not only does Roger have the mental advantage (4-0 H2H with a couple of bagels along the way) he also simply plays the better all court tennis Roger will just keep slicing that ball nice and low and JMDP will be in trouble. Also, Fed is way more aggressive in his tennis than Murray, and actually knows how to play on the surface. He will try to dictate most of the play and go from there. Another thing to bear in mind is the fact that Roger has had way more rest than him, and to be frank I can't see Del Pony beating two top4 players in a row. It's not really the norm, and Roger is hungry for that final.

There. I've made up my mind.
I'm going to cling onto this post during the SF. :'< I totally love your sig, by the way. ♥♥ That's basically how I feel about him, as well.

And I just noticed your rep, thanks. And I wasn't really kidding, he's the only one on court who can make my heart flutter.

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GOD Please Bless Roger play his best tennis tonight!
Allezzzzzzzzz Roger!!
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Morning - well a surprise one that - Andy clearly has a way to go on this surface. Bit annoyed though - I thought Roger had a really good chance of beating Andy on clay and a SF win here would have done him untold good. Still let's hope he dispatches JMDP in style.

A Nole - Roger final would be terrific, she says wistfully...
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Nadine, I really like your siggy..the part about *He's hairy, he's got a belly~~etc.~~*
Vamos, Roger!

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I'm going to cling onto this post during the SF. :'< I totally love your sig, by the way. ♥♥ That's basically how I feel about him, as well.

And I just noticed your rep, thanks. And I wasn't really kidding, he's the only one on court who can make my heart flutter.
You're welcome And thanks Glad you like it and feel the same way

I agree about the heart fluttering bit.

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Re: Qué Será, Será - Buena suerte a Madrid Roger

can someone give me a stream link for rafa-nole?
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I'm watching on this but sometimes it takes a while to load.

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Re: Qué Será, Será - Buena suerte a Madrid Roger

Djokovic has dominated Nadal, but lost a chance to take a commanding lead in that last game. If Djokovic does win, it will give him a lot of confidence going to RG, but this court is so different from a normal clay court with all the balls flying around and the aces that it might not matter a whole lot.
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Re: Qué Será, Será - Buena suerte a Madrid Roger

is Djokovic playing really well or is it Nadal not being on top form?

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Nadal takes an injury timeout. I wonder if Djoko will counter with one of his own?
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Re: Qué Será, Será - Buena suerte a Madrid Roger

yeah he is playing very good till now and also Nadal is making a lot of errors

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the recipe is simple yet but extremely rare:buckets of athletic ability coupled with gallons of mental tenacity are the core ingredients that produce a Tiger Woods,a Michael Jordan...a Roger Federer


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