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Just googled Noles match start time 10am GMT! . I have a meeting with my study coach then! Hopefully he will let me put it on in my laptop in a seperate window.


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My friend from Australia is at the match! I'm very jealous

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Those look like puffed sleeves on Harrison's shoulders.

As for Nole's, I definitely prefer the day kit, partly due to the fact that I've never been a fan of black socks. Also I'm sick of yellow clothes in this AO.
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Re: Sculpting a victory: A Pygmalion Slogan for the Australian Open! 2R v Harrison

Clinical. Very aggressive play from both in the opening set. Probably because Ryan has no other choices, Nole doesn't feel too threatened. That whipping FH is working better.

Dropshots are still horrible though. Adding too much air to the shot for some reasons.

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Re: Sculpting a victory: A Pygmalion Slogan for the Australian Open! 2R v Harrison



looks like I misjudged start time but at least I didn't miss much.

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Re: Sculpting a victory: A Pygmalion Slogan for the Australian Open! 2R v Harrison

This is a schooling of the highest order. I to you Nole.

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And when the daylight's fading we're gonna play in the dark til it's golden again
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Re: Sculpting a victory: A Pygmalion Slogan for the Australian Open! 2R v Harrison

night match style shaaaaaaarrrp

Harrison's not exactly playing sterling tennis on the other hand

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No stick in the 2nd set 13W/4UE *nod*

Oh, I forgot the night match factor.
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I started watching at 2-1 second set. I am confused. Is Nole in God mode or is Ryan making him look amazing?
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What hapened to the FH, it's totally outshining the BH which isn't normal at all
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I started watching at 2-1 second set. I am confused. Is Nole in God mode or is Ryan making him look amazing?
Both. Ryan's trying but Nole's just at another level tonight.

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I started watching at 2-1 second set. I am confused. Is Nole in God mode or is Ryan making him look amazing?
A bit of everything, I think. Ryan's giving him the perfect balls to attack and can't read Nole's serve. Basically he's playing in his comfort zone.
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Re: Sculpting a victory: A Pygmalion Slogan for the Australian Open! 2R v Harrison

awesome Let it be like this until the final, including.
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