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Your "ajde" smiley is purely awesome : is it possible to have it and use it ?

BTW : I've created yesterday a thread in General Message about an article (in french) concerning thoughts of Swiss Tennis Federation Chairman about Federer's selfish attitude in regard of Davis Cup.

Not only I got several badrep from Fedtards BUT the thread no longer exists and I can't access to it from my badrep link. Is it normal or is the forum ruled by a Fedtard gang ????
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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 ?
Thank you for thinking of me hon. This is gonna be a popcorn final for me. I'll just put up my feet and enjoy the tennis.

I still think Novak's the favorite to win though.

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Your "ajde" smiley is purely awesome : is it possible to have it and use it ?

BTW : I've created yesterday a thread in General Message about an article (in french) concerning thoughts of Swiss Tennis Federation Chairman about Federer's selfish attitude in regard of Davis Cup.

Not only I got several badrep from Fedtards BUT the thread no longer exists and I can't access to it from my badrep link. Is it normal or is the forum ruled by a Fedtard gang ????
Mafia. Mods are rigged.

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Thank you for thinking of me hon. This is gonna be a popcorn final for me. I'll just put up my feet and enjoy the tennis.

I still think Novak's the favorite to win though.
I thought plenty of you too
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After seeing both semis I realize that for the first time, Ferrer and Federer are starting to look their age. They really did look like two thirtysomething men desperately trying to keep up with their younger opponents. This year could truly be the beginning of the decline for the both of them.

Just a random thought of mine.

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I still think Novak's the favorite to win though.
If you head says so, that must mean that your heart says otherwise, huh .
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Thank you honey. So much love I'm getting and just in time for Valentine's Day!

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Your "ajde" smiley is purely awesome : is it possible to have it and use it ?

BTW : I've created yesterday a thread in General Message about an article (in french) concerning thoughts of Swiss Tennis Federation Chairman about Federer's selfish attitude in regard of Davis Cup.

Not only I got several badrep from Fedtards BUT the thread no longer exists and I can't access to it from my badrep link. Is it normal or is the forum ruled by a Fedtard gang ????
That "ajde" smiley was brought here from TF (i.e. the WTA forum) by shuhrat so I don't think there's any patent on it
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Thank you for thinking of me hon. This is gonna be a popcorn final for me. I'll just put up my feet and enjoy the tennis.

I still think Novak's the favorite to win though.
You really think so?

I think lots of you too
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Thank you honey. So much love I'm getting and just in time for Valentine's Day!
Wow there is still a long time till the 14th of February, I have plenty to do until then, don't scare me!
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After seeing both semis I realize that for the first time, Ferrer and Federer are starting to look their age. They really did look like two thirtysomething men desperately trying to keep up with their younger opponents. This year could truly be the beginning of the decline for the both of them.

Just a random thought of mine.
Federer looked old last year too. Really old at the wtf. But the lighting there is ghastly.

I thought fed fought tooth and nail tho. In his heyday he could demoralize his opponents with a couple of blazingly brilliant games and then cruise to a win. But now the good players just Ignore the brilliant streaks and keep coming. It makes watching fed more interesting because he has to scratch and claw and fight for the entire match,
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You really think so?

I think lots of you too
Yes I do. There's something about the AO that makes Nole into Super Nole. If he needs 90 hours to win the title, he'll go the distance. We know that and we all have the heart attacks to prove it.

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Wow there is still a long time till the 14th of February, I have plenty to do until then, don't scare me!
No pressure hon, no pressure.

Just get me something fab or we're through!

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Federer looked old last year too. Really old at the wtf. But the lighting there is ghastly.

I thought fed fought tooth and nail tho. In his heyday he could demoralize his opponents with a couple of blazingly brilliant games and then cruise to a win. But now the good players just Ignore the brilliant streaks and keep coming. It makes watching fed more interesting because he has to scratch and claw and fight for the entire match,
So true. And Rafa was the first to not give a fuck about Roger's brilliant shotmaking. Your man paved the way.

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Re: Sculpting a victory: A Pygmalion Slogan for the Australian Open! SF v Ferrer

I didn't watch the match,even though i wanted to,too tired and sleepyThe outcome was NID once it got to a 5 set,on HC Rogie can't keep up,and he already had a tough match against Tsonga,while Muzza hardly broke a sweat.

I'll be watching,though not sure my nerves can handle another encounter between the 2Nole can not afford to make the same mistakes he did at the USopen final last yearAnd got to start really strong.

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