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Fair enough guys (fed and Murray) I am getting up to watch the 5th. This better.last¡¡
You are not vigilant enough. You got up at the same time as me to watch the match. Actually, I did not watch at all as my boy and my dog were so demanding that I did not have a minute to sit down until now.
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NID after Roger won the 4th set TB, his leg would give out in the 5th, just like poor Nole in USO
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You are not vigilant enough. You got up at the same time as me to watch the match. Actually, I did not watch at all as my boy and my dog were so demanding that I did not have a minute to sit down until now.
I'm scared. People are saying that Murray screwed his chances by letting this go to 5 sets. Puh-lease, it lasted 4 hours. Murray is a young man, 4 hours is nothing.

I'm scared. Tell me it's going to be ok.
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I know 4 hours won't mess with Murray especially he has almost 2 days to recover Now you make me vricher and no way I am going to vbet on Murray for the final. My vbet jinxing power is definitely not there. I won at around 80% successful rate in this AO
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I know 4 hours won't mess with Murray especially he has almost 2 days to recover Now you make me vricher and no way I am going to vbet on Murray for the final. My vbet jinxing power is definitely not there. I won at around 80% successful rate in this AO
You did not tell me it's going to be ok. Say it.

Also how can we make this jinx happen? I need ideas.
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Put a voodoo doll on Murray's first serve? I did not watch the match but hear Chris Fowler said how great was Murray's first serve in this match.
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I think Roger made it look better, because from what I hear his ROS was atrocious. So let's not worry so much about that.

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Murray you better be reading this: your USO win might have been a FLUKE, so you have all reasons to be worried. An you will be nervous, ok?
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I'm scared. Tell me it's going to be ok.
This is the first time in my life, that I am not happy when Federer lose. I watch the match and I can honestly tell you, that if Federer was in the final, Nole can easely win the title. There would be no problems. But now, I think that the final will be very, very hard for Novak. Today Andy played really good and I am sure that he will give his best on Sunday. I am expecting long and hard 5 sets match for Nole. And also, I am not optimist.

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Nole does not do "easy"
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And one more thing - 4 hours is not so much for Andy. I am sure that he will be in perfect shape on the final.

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Not to spread negativity or anything, but I have a very bad feeling about this final
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Shut up everyone

WE ARE WINNING this, regardless of how mayne sets and hours it takes, there is no other possible ending to this final.
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Re: Sculpting a victory: A Pygmalion Slogan for the Australian Open! SF v Ferrer

I was pulling for Murray to win. I just can't do that cheering for who I think is more advantageous for my fave. You know, I'm a woman so I'm emotional with all those bad hormone stuffs.

Jade Fox. May the best man win in the final. Of course, I want Nole to be that man. . I'm sure ill go back to hating Murray in that match

Btw what was roger on about that he was yelling at Murray ?
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WE ARE WINNING this, regardless of how mayne sets and hours it takes, there is no other possible ending to this final.
I'll buy you a drink if you are right

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