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post #76 of 78 (permalink) Old 11-24-2007, 10:33 AM
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Re: Temporary Blip or Worrying Signs?

Originally Posted by Flibbertigibbet View Post
It is worrying indeed, as Roger just got destroyed by a 36 year old man five years into retirement. Perhaps this has all been a fluke after all. In my book, Roger has zero slams.
this is just an exibition,there is nothing there to prove
do you want him to try on every ball and get injury,just for nothing??????????
i really dont care for what people is going to say after the match,and lets wait and see the season didnt start yet !!!!!!!!


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Re: Temporary Blip or Worrying Signs?

And he was never really #1 either. It's all been a dream.

Thank you Nick for taking out the trash at Wimbledon!
Thank you Berdych for taking out the trash at AO!
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Re: Temporary Blip or Worrying Signs?

Originally Posted by Mellow Yellow View Post
And he was never really #1 either. It's all been a dream.
I am loving the drama and the sarcasm spewing all over this sentence.

Have you ever considered scripting dramatic plays as a career?

Really I am totally with you, who in their right mind would take this result seriously?

Do not accuse a man for no reason—
when he has done you no harm, Proverbs3:30"

So long Marat Safin, C'mon Lleyton Hewitt,Viel gluck Tommy Haas, Bring it on Marcos Baghdatis, Gut Spielen Nicolas Kiefer, Dale Fernando Gonzalez, Dale David Nalbandian, Davai Nikolay Davydenko and Allez Jo-Wilfried Tsonga

Roger continue marvelling us the tennis mortals

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