First remove that sliding metal protecting the disc, you can easily pull it off after you slide it to expose the disc. Second, use a pair of scissors (the original way I found was using a pair of pliers but I don't have it handy) slide inside and prop open one end than another of the plastic case. Third, slip the disc out from the plastic case. The disc is like thick plastic film and can easily detached from the metal ring in the middle. Finally, put the discs thru the paper shredder. All the other parts have to go to garbage though as my city has no recycle program for the metal and plastic parts.
I didnīt know that, thanks for the info
Iīd just have applied brute force, shows what I know
From my own experience of course, I don't have solid arguments.
But for example my family, father, uncles, cousins, they used to talk about tennis way more often back in the 2004/2005. Roger had a pretty big influence here, and I think the fact that he doesn't win as much it's influencing
Well, Federer and Nadal are simply very marketable players plus they filled a void tennis had at the time. They are the antithesis of one another and it is simple to build a narrative for the casual fan out of those two. Nole came to late and lacked something distinctively his own. But you do realise that as preeminent Portuguese member of the NoleFam it is your sworn duty to recruit more Novak supporters, right?