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Un fucking believable
Exactly!

I will no comment this match. Just want to ask: why (almost) every time it must be SO HARD???

In the last 5 hours I had aroun 327 heart attacks. Thank you, Nole!

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And dumb. I should just divorce his ass. And fight for sole custody of Murray. That'll teach him.
You can have sole custody of Murray. No fight needed.
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You can have sole custody of Murray. No fight needed.
I don't know, I don't think Novak will let me take Andy so easily. But whatever I can fight.

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The magnitude of Fedtards in this forum is ridiculous.

Novak looked great (minus the haircut and shirt). I don't think he will necessarily have to work as hard against Berdych.

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Epic match, epic victory, I am so proud.
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I'm not ready to worry about the next match yet, just gonna be happy for now even though it was kind of unnecessarily excruciating at times I think that is my new best live tennis experience.

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Re: Sculpting a victory: A Pygmalion Slogan for the Australian Open! 4R v Wawrinka

I'm still not sure if I am happy or sad to have missed it.



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Re: Sculpting a victory: A Pygmalion Slogan for the Australian Open! 4R v Wawrinka

Bad hair day for Novak The most impressive thing was that after 5 hours he was cool as a cucmber, I think all those thinking this will have a huge effect on him are in for a surprise

“There’s so many athletes, tennis players around the world,” he continued, trying to put his life into some kind of perspective, “they want to be the best in what they do. They want to succeed. Many of them, they don’t succeed in the end. I’m fortunate to have this opportunity and succeed.”
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I don't think for a second this is going to affect his next match.



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I'm still not sure if I am happy or sad to have missed it.
Be glad you didn't have to go through that torture.

I think watching a long Nole match would be more effective than waterboarding in getting inmates to talk.

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I should catch some sleep but reading all those bitter posts in GM is priceless
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I'm still not sure if I am happy or sad to have missed it.
You are so lucky to have missed it. I probably had a heart attack at match point
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Well, now that I know it's Molina's fault Nole won, I can't feel joy.


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Where's Jelena? I miss her face.
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Re: Sculpting a victory: A Pygmalion Slogan for the Australian Open! 4R v Wawrinka

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I'm still not sure if I am happy or sad to have missed it.
Be happy you did,it was utter agony till the last point

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Be glad you didn't have to go through that torture.

I think watching a long Nole match would be more effective than waterboarding in getting inmates to talk.


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I should catch some sleep but reading all those bitter posts in GM is priceless
So annoying,and so repetitive it's unreal

Ssshhh..........
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