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post #16 of 567 (permalink) Old 09-23-2004, 09:37 PM Thread Starter
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Re: Davis Cup

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Thanks for the pics

And sooner or later things are gonna turn for JC, i just hope this is the time
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great pics, n i couldn't have said it better myself crazy_fool. We'll just have to see how he goes and hope for the best

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Good luck JC! Hope Spain wins Davis cup and JC a good reason for that. That would erase the bad taste for the whole year.

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I wish I were that...

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Re: Davis Cup

Just saw JC on TV, man he looked really depressed and out of sorts again towards the end of the match

The first 2 sets were great, but then his level of play seemed to just totally drop. He then went 3-0 up, before losing his lead and double faulting on BP. He had totally lost it, i'm glad they went off for bad light, otherwise it could have been worse. Still, tomorrows another day i guess.

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yeah wot happened near the end?! he sucked! he got cut lucky dat play was suspended, he luked lik he was dead tired.

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comon Juanqui......you can do
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I'm sure he can..
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Just saw JC on TV, man he looked really depressed and out of sorts again towards the end of the match

The first 2 sets were great, but then his level of play seemed to just totally drop. He then went 3-0 up, before losing his lead and double faulting on BP. He had totally lost it, i'm glad they went off for bad light, otherwise it could have been worse. Still, tomorrows another day i guess.

And Lathlia - me too
Yeah, I watched the match too. He played brillantly in the first two sets . But the third It was painful to watch. But he did look really hot in that red shirt.

Anyone know what time he's playing tomorrow?
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oO red shirt?! any pix
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Come on Come on Juan, you will win the match and become a spain hero!!!

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Re: Davis Cup

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nice pics, i really think JC is back in form now. COME ON AND BE THE HERO, moya stuffed up big time so it's up to you to lead spain to victory

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Re: Davis Cup

Anyone know the story of the necklace he's wearing?
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