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Re: "Tras las líneas enemigas: Nole in Madrid" Ajde chico! R2: Hernandez

When's Nole's doubles match scheduled?
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I hope he doesn't burn out.

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Can't wait to see how he is mentally and physically after such a week he had in Belgradeand now that moved down a place in the rankings how will he take it?
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Evening.

Forbearance required this week on the Nole front I think. What with the stress of Belgrade and the additional demands on his continence which will result from Raquel's presence in Madrid I'll be happy with QF. Anything else would be a bonus.

And those dynamic adverts on the centre court are doing my eyes in after only a few minutes of the Lopez-Monaco match.

And poor Ernie
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Evening.

Forbearance required this week on the Nole front I think. What with the stress of Belgrade and the additional demands on his continence which will result from Raquel's presence in Madrid I'll be happy with QF. Anything else would be a bonus.

And those dynamic adverts on the centre court are doing my eyes in after only a few minutes of the Lopez-Monaco match.

And poor Ernie
The adverts are vile indeed Took me ages to realise it was them and not just my eyes feeling tired.

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Good - he's not on tomorrow; really hoped they wouldn't make him play until Wednesday. And Fortuna has had her wish granted
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Good - he's not on tomorrow; really hoped they wouldn't make him play until Wednesday. And Fortuna has had her wish granted
I'm thrilled for Fortuna I don't expect she really wanted to see Andy Murray tomorrow anyway!

Must say I'm not enamoured by what I've seen of this Madrid tournament yet - seems to be no atmosphere, even tonight with a Spanish player involved, whereas the "old" Madrid tourney was brilliant for excitement and atmosphere. Hope it gets better later in the week.

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I agree - even allowing for the first round factor it seems very flat. And the TV pictures from the second court are atrocious - can't work out if it's the light or the court or both.
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I agree - even allowing for the first round factor it seems very flat. And the TV pictures from the second court are atrocious - can't work out if it's the light or the court or both.
Both I think But I'm sure the whole thng will sparkle into life once our Fortuna arrives

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I'm thrilled for Fortuna I don't expect she really wanted to see Andy Murray tomorrow anyway!

Must say I'm not enamoured by what I've seen of this Madrid tournament yet - seems to be no atmosphere, even tonight with a Spanish player involved, whereas the "old" Madrid tourney was brilliant for excitement and atmosphere. Hope it gets better later in the week.
I looked for Nole's name in tomorrow OOF for like 10 minutes. I just couldn't believe his name wasn't there!

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Evening.

Forbearance required this week on the Nole front I think. What with the stress of Belgrade and the additional demands on his continence which will result from Raquel's presence in Madrid I'll be happy with QF. Anything else would be a bonus.

And those dynamic adverts on the centre court are doing my eyes in after only a few minutes of the Lopez-Monaco match.

And poor Ernie
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Re: "Tras las líneas enemigas: Nole in Madrid" Ajde chico! R2: Hernandez

What does the title of this thread mean?Is it about crossing enemy lines
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What does the title of this thread mean?Is it about crossing enemy lines
I think through enemy lines
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What does the title of this thread mean?Is it about crossing enemy lines
Behind enemy lines, as the movie.

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Thanks for the explanation
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