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Re: Sydney: 'It is a far, far better thing that he does...'

The photos aren't very good, unfortunately. Hopefully Mario's glistening torso will make up for the lack of Nole-ness

http://www.flickr.com/photos/paifair...7612479287820/

PS - why is he still using the Wilson racquet bag? even if he's using a paint job racquet, they're not making a good effort to keep it subtle, huh?

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The photos aren't very good, unfortunately. Hopefully Mario's glistening torso will make up for the lack of Nole-ness

http://www.flickr.com/photos/paifair...7612479287820/

PS - why is he still using the Wilson racquet bag? even if he's using a paint job racquet, they're not making a good effort to keep it subtle, huh?
Thanks Zahirah - they're great You always take amazing photos. Stll no sign of Miljan though Have no idea about the sponsorship thing, but agree with you that they're not exactly being subtle

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Re: Sydney: 'It is a far, far better thing that he does...'

No sign of anybody else either I wonder where they've stashed Srdjan, bound and gagged.

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thanks the photos!!!!:-)
Nole practise lot of..and this is very good!for the much practice he will have the good result!
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No sign of anybody else either I wonder where they've stashed Srdjan, bound and gagged.
Well you're in a far better position to find that out than anyone else here! So we're relying on you

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Re: Sydney: 'It is a far, far better thing that he does...'

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The photos aren't very good, unfortunately. Hopefully Mario's glistening torso will make up for the lack of Nole-ness

http://www.flickr.com/photos/paifair...7612479287820/

PS - why is he still using the Wilson racquet bag? even if he's using a paint job racquet, they're not making a good effort to keep it subtle, huh?
Thanks for sharing!

The Wilson bag thing is weird since he did have a Head bag in Brisbane. All this racket drama is getting tiring! Better be straightened out by Wednesday. Please?
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The photos aren't very good, unfortunately. Hopefully Mario's glistening torso will make up for the lack of Nole-ness

http://www.flickr.com/photos/paifair...7612479287820/

PS - why is he still using the Wilson racquet bag? even if he's using a paint job racquet, they're not making a good effort to keep it subtle, huh?
He always brings new HEAD racquet bag in Brisbane and Sydney until yesterday, as far as I know.
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Nole's bag in Brisbane:
I know that here it does not show well,but this is not red wilson bag
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Mathieu it is tomorrow.

Mathieu d Seppi 6-2, 2-6, 6-3 in almost 2 hrs.

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After 1st Set I thought PHM would win easily.

Don't be distracted by heat of the day, racquets and so on.
Just focus on your game and it will be fine!!
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wow I am so disappointed that Nole is playing the day session. i wish i could call in sick and go to the tennis - such a mouthwatering line-up for the day session! guess i will have to watch live scores

did anyone watch the PHM match today? was he playing as well as he was in Brisbane? Because if yes, Nole better bring his game tomorrow! I cannot cry out in frustratin at work.

PS. Nole was using the Head racquet bag when I saw him on Sunday. Dont know why the sudden change
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I think that Nole practised very much in Sydney.I know that He will attain a good result:-)))
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wow I am so disappointed that Nole is playing the day session. i wish i could call in sick and go to the tennis - such a mouthwatering line-up for the day session! guess i will have to watch live scores

did anyone watch the PHM match today? was he playing as well as he was in Brisbane? Because if yes, Nole better bring his game tomorrow! I cannot cry out in frustratin at work.

PS. Nole was using the Head racquet bag when I saw him on Sunday. Dont know why the sudden change
Elle - I'm sorry for you He'll just have to make sure he damn well wins so you can see him later in the week. Will be about 2.00am for me - I'll do my very best to get up and then go back to bed again for a few hours before work. Damn time zones Good luck Nole - and well done Janko

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Elle - I'm sorry for you He'll just have to make sure he damn well wins so you can see him later in the week. Will be about 2.00am for me - I'll do my very best to get up and then go back to bed again for a few hours before work. Damn time zones Good luck Nole - and well done Janko
Yes, I hope so too! And he better win when I go see him play too. Alright, g'night guys! Have fun watching the match!
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Yes, I hope so too! And he better win when I go see him play too. Alright, g'night guys! Have fun watching the match!
Goodnight, and sleep well

And if I were you I would "throw a sickie" tomorrow for sure

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