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Re: Madrid.....

i think that says enough.
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How many times must we of shot nerves witness the undoubted pain & suffering of muppets everywhere before we stand up against the cavemen??

One muppet, who wishes to remain anonymous, has this to say: "You know, I uhhhh cannot stay all the time at the you know, base of the line. Too much uhhhh pression."

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noooo

why is it easier to hurt someone with words than with deeds?
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ok bcuz im a mind reader, eres hows its gonna go in his defence of the madrid masters.....

and then, as usual, he crashes out 2nd round, in an embarassing way, 2 sum1 he'd usually whip in straight sets. it always happens like this...
oh i got it so rite.

How many times must we of shot nerves witness the undoubted pain & suffering of muppets everywhere before we stand up against the cavemen??

One muppet, who wishes to remain anonymous, has this to say: "You know, I uhhhh cannot stay all the time at the you know, base of the line. Too much uhhhh pression."

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Re: Madrid.....

i can't believe he lost i had such faith in him this week
i going to go and make myself feel worse by watching the highlights

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oh i got it so rite.
Well technically not, as you actually said he would win a match, and poor guy can't even manage that
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I don't know anymore, I said i wouldn't have expectations for this year, but this loss is really upsetting. I didn't expect him to win it, but at least a bit of a fight. Losing that badly to an average player like Horna is upsetting, especially when i think the way things were a year ago
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I didn't think he'd lose THIS badly!
i'm in total awe right now
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I don't know anymore, I said i wouldn't have expectations for this year, but this loss is really upsetting. I didn't expect him to win it, but at least a bit of a fight. Losing that badly to an average player like Horna is upsetting, especially when i think the way things were a year ago
an injured average player
apparently horna injured his ankle.

It must have been a really bad match Sky Sports didn't even show any highlights of it
I think changing his raquet right before the tourny was a very stupid idea. Couldn't he have waited until after DC, at least then he would have given himself time to get used to it. Not that im saying it was the raquets fault he lost but it prob didn't help

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sky didnt show highlights???? wow this must b bad....

How many times must we of shot nerves witness the undoubted pain & suffering of muppets everywhere before we stand up against the cavemen??

One muppet, who wishes to remain anonymous, has this to say: "You know, I uhhhh cannot stay all the time at the you know, base of the line. Too much uhhhh pression."

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his game was scary really scary....poor him

I suck at TT so there's no reason to brag with my 1st round exits :retard:
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OMG OMG OMG, HOW COULD HE LOSE, something is terribly wrong. Was he injured or just playing very very very very badly?

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i don't think he was injured he said he was healthy after the match
i've read that he's not going to play anymore this season until DC - just rest and practice to prepare for the final. Don't know if this is true but if it is it may be the best thing for him to do

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Re: Madrid.....

there must be some kind of curse.... i mean... why can't he just pass the second round?!

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Re: Madrid.....

Horna got injury but he won Ferrero easily,no words want to say anymore...

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Re: Madrid.....

Nothing is left to say! I think everything that has to be said is already said.

Seems like he's decided to skip the Paris masters and the next event he would be playing is DC (Jordi's dilemma)

Till then, we can keep posting the same things again.

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