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99% of GM topics have already been covered in past and present threads already and all discussions keep perpetuating themselves in endless circles; yet nobody ever gets bored or leaves.

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Roger Federer is a good tennis player.
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You can figure out the smallest details of any match by simply observing the livescore board

Losing to a countryman is a bendover

Vulturing is a word

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Nadal cant lose unless injured

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99% of GM topics have already been covered in past and present threads already and all discussions keep perpetuating themselves in endless circles; yet nobody ever gets bored or leaves.
Why don't you set an example and leave first?
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20something) Nadal fans hate Murray and Federer, Murray fans hate Nadal and Federer, Federer fans hate any one who has a positive H2H against him or poses a massive threat to him.

Mark Lenders banged your girlfriend, I'm sorry to tell you that mate.
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33. Troll and annoy consistently and regularly enough, and you'll become a legend amongst your peers
34. Being banned due to immature behaviour is cool
35. Behaving like a Manchild deserves praise and accolades
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33. Troll and annoy consistently and regularly enough, and you'll become a legend amongst your peers
34. Being banned due to immature behaviour is cool
35. Behaving like a Manchild deserves praise and accolades
I do not know of any such users on this forum.
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i have learn that ppl love to use the word mug/tard for everything they say.
i have learn that it will be easier to make peace in the middle east then between the players fans in here.
i have learn that some ppl Accuse others in a turtle killing, Poor bowling skills and all kind of weird Unfounded accusations (u know who you are)
i have learn that if someone is a friend and i dont know a lot about his country, just by talking to him i kind like his counry even more..

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I do not know of any such users on this forum.

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30. If your favourite player is beaten by another player, it is mandatory to have a hate vendetta against them till the end of their career
31. Glory hunting is excusable as long as you can convince everyone that you've supported the player since they were a toddler
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Bandwagoning is cool as long as the player (or players) is around 23-24 years old and under. It is automatically accepted that there's 'top 10/20' potential in him. If the player (or players) is, however, older then you're clearly supporting a 'lol forever-a-mug/journeyman' despite him showing steady progress and having clear potential and talent.
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If a player is of or under the age of 22 years old, they're regularly referred to as "kid" and essentially a child.
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Brilliant MTF'er is the One who has never held a Racket in Hand in his entire life
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