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What streams are you all watching? Mine is of horrible quality

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Bet365. Nole's stream hasn't started yet.

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I saw the very end of Nole's practice session in Madrid yesterday and he's such a joy to watch. The crowd was loving it.
He was playing doubles with his coach when I arrived (against Vemic and another guy I didn't recognize, I was standing completely on the other side of the practice area) and everybody was having a lot of fun, it was by far the most entertaining practice session I've seen in my (very short) time in Madrid.
Really, the crowd went apeshit over him, it was impressive! Then he stayed for ages to sign for the kids and take pics, I thought he was never going to leave.

You can see a couple of pics here, but they're nothing special, I was very far:
http://picasaweb.google.de/Trucsdetennis/TennisMadrid2#
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I saw the very end of Nole's practice session in Madrid yesterday and he's such a joy to watch. The crowd was loving it.
He was playing doubles with his coach when I arrived (against Vemic and another guy I didn't recognize, I was standing completely on the other side of the practice area) and everybody was having a lot of fun, it was by far the most entertaining practice session I've seen in my (very short) time in Madrid.
Really, the crowd went apeshit over him, it was impressive! Then he stayed for ages to sign for the kids and take pics, I thought he was never going to leave.

You can see a couple of pics here, but they're nothing special, I was very far:
http://picasaweb.google.de/Trucsdetennis/TennisMadrid2#
Thanks!
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I saw the very end of Nole's practice session in Madrid yesterday and he's such a joy to watch. The crowd was loving it.
He was playing doubles with his coach when I arrived (against Vemic and another guy I didn't recognize, I was standing completely on the other side of the practice area) and everybody was having a lot of fun, it was by far the most entertaining practice session I've seen in my (very short) time in Madrid.
Really, the crowd went apeshit over him, it was impressive! Then he stayed for ages to sign for the kids and take pics, I thought he was never going to leave.

You can see a couple of pics here, but they're nothing special, I was very far:
http://picasaweb.google.de/Trucsdetennis/TennisMadrid2#
Thanks for sharing the story and pics! and it sounds great.
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I saw the very end of Nole's practice session in Madrid yesterday and he's such a joy to watch. The crowd was loving it.
He was playing doubles with his coach when I arrived (against Vemic and another guy I didn't recognize, I was standing completely on the other side of the practice area) and everybody was having a lot of fun, it was by far the most entertaining practice session I've seen in my (very short) time in Madrid.
Really, the crowd went apeshit over him, it was impressive! Then he stayed for ages to sign for the kids and take pics, I thought he was never going to leave.

You can see a couple of pics here, but they're nothing special, I was very far:
http://picasaweb.google.de/Trucsdetennis/TennisMadrid2#
Nice to hear about it
Can you give more details of why the practice session was so funny?
Nole is such a nice player

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I saw the very end of Nole's practice session in Madrid yesterday and he's such a joy to watch. The crowd was loving it.
He was playing doubles with his coach when I arrived (against Vemic and another guy I didn't recognize, I was standing completely on the other side of the practice area) and everybody was having a lot of fun, it was by far the most entertaining practice session I've seen in my (very short) time in Madrid.
Really, the crowd went apeshit over him, it was impressive! Then he stayed for ages to sign for the kids and take pics, I thought he was never going to leave.

You can see a couple of pics here, but they're nothing special, I was very far:
http://picasaweb.google.de/Trucsdetennis/TennisMadrid2#
Great photos! thanks so much for sharing them and your experience as well! Did you get an autograph? I love that he takes time for his fans
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Thanks, Fran And great pictures! Also from Ernie and Jeremy!

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Nole playing yet? Still got Pony and Big Bird here.
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Nole is on.

Ajde Nole~!!
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Delpo is very impressive...I hope he can take Murray out

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Nole is on.

Ajde Nole~!!
My stream doesn't show Nole
What are you all watching?

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My stream doesn't show Nole
What are you all watching?
Again: Bet365 Still warming up.

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Delpo is very impressive...I hope he can take Murray out
me too. However Delpo seems to choke against the big 4 (except that one time against Rafa)
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Yay they are switching to Nole's match!! Ajde!
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