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Re: Umag 2005: The End of the Title Drought!

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Just remember that the Serbs are still young, and will have all the time in the world to win titles. Our Spaniards are getting old, time is running out! lol

All the time in the world without Rafa in the draw? lol. JC had his titles! This is Novak's only chance in his entire career lol.

Not that I'm picking a side.. I'm just saying.. lol.

I think I'm just going to be impartial and just be happy whoever wins.

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Re: Umag 2005: The End of the Title Drought!

Even though you really want Novak.

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Even though you really want Novak.
Nooooo! Every time I think of Novak winning it makes me sad for Juanqui

Then again... every time I think of Juanqui winning, it makes me sad for Novak.

So... I will be both happy and sad tomorrow no matter what the outcome.

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Aww, a bipolar win. lol

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Re: Umag 2005: The End of the Title Drought!

How can you want Novak to win when this thread is about ending Juanqui's title drought??

ONLY JUANQUI for me!

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Re: Umag 2005: The End of the Title Drought!

lol thats true... this thread is about the "end of the title drought" for juanqui, yet ive noticed that people are going for other players...

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lol thats true... this thread is about the "end of the title drought" for juanqui, yet ive noticed that people are going for other players...
lol I am not going for Novak! It's my two favorite players! I do hope Juanqui wins!

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Re: Umag 2005: The End of the Title Drought!

ahh k... just making sure...

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Bad Juanqday! Bad!

Anyhoo, Vamos Juanqui! Vamos Juanqui!

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at least he won, but it's a shame he had to win like that. Anyways lets slaughter Djokovic or whatever his name is

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It could be interesting. The only time I saw Djokovic play was in the 1st round at the Australian Open against Safin. Marat demolished him 6-0 6-2 6-1 but many of the games were close and I was quite impressed by Djokovic's game considering he was only 17.

Come on JC!
I remember that match too. I haven't seen any of his matches except that one at AO but I thought he played well even if the scoreline doesn't do him much justice...so yeah. This match would be very interesting indeed!

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Re: Umag 2005: The End of the Title Drought!

If anyone is interested, Coria is down 2-5 to Mantilla.

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Re: Umag 2005: The End of the Title Drought!

yep, I'm interested, thanks, Sol Apollo! [I'm sure Juanqui is interested also!]

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Re: Umag 2005: The End of the Title Drought!

Coria lost the first set 6-3, but is up 5-2 in the second set now. I hope Umag plays until midnight, otherwise we might not see Juanqui today.

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Re: Umag 2005: The End of the Title Drought!

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Coria lost the first set 6-3, but is up 5-2 in the second set now. I hope Umag plays until midnight, otherwise we might not see Juanqui today.


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