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The "Finals Just Ain't Good Enough, We Still Want a Title" Estoril cheering Thread

After MC and Barcelona, here comes Estoril.
Unfortch for me, the draw SUCKS again cos JCF plays my sweetie Marcos Baghdatis in the 1st round ! I'm soooooo mad! Poor Marcos ! But as this is a cheering thread for JCF, all I can say is VAMOS JUANKI!
And to continue the rant about the draw....the 2nd round opponent might be Charly

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Re: The Revival Episode III: Estoril

If he wins today's barca final,personally I don't care how's he play in Estoril Open.He plays too many games recently,time to have a rest.

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As i said in the estoril main draw thread, this draw is just terrible in general and for jc in particular. hope jc doesn't get too tired...he's pretty much playing a match everyday...

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ah if anything good happens in estoril its a bonus after these past 2 weeks no matter what happens in the final today

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Vamos JC!
Maybe a title in Estoril...?

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Maybe a title in Estoril...?
sf,final,then should be a victory winning his 12nd title.
anyway,his health tops all.

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Re: The Revival Episode III: Estoril

whatever happens in Estoril, but he'd like to keep match-practice alive so I dont mind if he wins a few....and there's no Rafa ....good luck JC!!!!

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hahah no Rafa Yep the best of luck to JC

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great thread title!
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First of all beat that Baghdatis! I was veryyyyy annoyed with his supporters!!!!!!

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Re: The Revival Episode III: Estoril

I also think that he attend too many games...

Anyway,wish him the best of luck!!!
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Re: The Revival Episode III: Estoril

i think this draw is great-i think he will win this tournament. In my opinion he should have played the American Clay Court tourney last week-he would have won that hands down and made us all happy.

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Re: The Revival Episode III: Estoril

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i think this draw is great-i think he will win this tournament. In my opinion he should have played the American Clay Court tourney last week-he would have won that hands down and made us all happy.
If you don't mind me saying, JCF earned more points being the RU in Barcelona than the Houston winner. Besides, challenging himself playing against the top clay courters is the only way he can get himself up to top form to prepare for Roland Garros.

Estoril is quite a strong field for a small tournament. Winning it won't be easy. I'll be happy if he wins, but I'm fine if he loses early and get some rest, in case he gets a WC in Rome, he will have the energy to go.
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