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David's recently posted on his site from the airport before his 30 hour journey home to thank everyone for their support... He's also been quoted in Spanish as saying he has nothing to reproach himself for. Indeed he hasn't and I'm glad to see that he said that, as that's the attitude he needs to take forward.

And yes, I really believe his game has stepped up a level - he can really take it to Rafa, Roger, Djoko etc IF he believes it also. (Yes ariel - we know he can squash Soddy OK!! Funnily enough, Melzer seems more of a problem )
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David's post match interview http://www.atpworldtour.com/Tennis/M...nterviews.aspx
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David's recently posted on his site from the airport before his 30 hour journey home to thank everyone for their support... He's also been quoted in Spanish as saying he has nothing to reproach himself for. Indeed he hasn't and I'm glad to see that he said that, as that's the attitude he needs to take forward.

And yes, I really believe his game has stepped up a level - he can really take it to Rafa, Roger, Djoko etc IF he believes it also. (Yes ariel - we know he can squash Soddy OK!! Funnily enough, Melzer seems more of a problem )
I have been a lurker there since it began Glad to see he is moving on. Thanks for the video link Ali.

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David, you did great! Congratulations on an excellent performance! Best of everything as the year progresses!
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David's recently posted on his site from the airport before his 30 hour journey home to thank everyone for their support... He's also been quoted in Spanish as saying he has nothing to reproach himself for. Indeed he hasn't and I'm glad to see that he said that, as that's the attitude he needs to take forward.
Aww rest up, Ferru <3

When is his next tournament?
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Aww rest up, Ferru <3

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Rotterdam
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Not much rest

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Not much rest
at least he's not going to Jo'burg this year which means he can go home to mummy for a few days
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Oh that reminds me of him with those white lion cubs

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Oh that reminds me of him with those white lion cubs
I had to think of it too Hope he can enjoy some nice relaxing days now & I am still so happy about the great Australian Open he had

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at least he's not going to Jo'burg this year which means he can go home to mummy for a few days
His hair will be even shorter come Rotterdam.
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His hair will be even shorter come Rotterdam.
but it can't get any shorter
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Good luck in Rotterdam, David! Rest up and enjoy your time at home!
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but it can't get any shorter
I know, I know.... but if there's some sort of inverse Samson-principle going on here I'll personally go and shave it off a la the Serbs post DC final win!!! (Just before Roland Garros of course....then when he's won the slam he wants the most, it can grow back he he)
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LOL! What prompted the Serbs to shave their heads anyway?

David is looking good and playing well! I was so excited that David is now world ranked number 6! Keep going, David. I'd love to see my two favorite Spaniards in the top 5. (What is my fascination for Spanish guys when I'm not even Spanish?)
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