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Re: The important question is how many functional brain cells we have Rafachat vol 25

Half an hour it will be time for the presentations.

On Nadal bumping him on the changeover, Rosol said: "It's ok, he wanted to take my concentration; I knew he would try something".


Wilander on Dimitrov - "He has mind set on imitating Federer and yes it looks good. But he has no idea what to do on the court".

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I definitely would have preferred Gaba winning as he needs the points much more, but Jan would have beaten him anyway. I expect Hajek to destroy Machado, like 6-1 6-2.
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Can't believe I got drunk on Canadian Club for the match cause I assumed Rafa would lose this

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star: Claire and Hema are just trolling
Maybe Claire has three braincells too.
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I hope he gets a chance to blow more bp's

it reduces Fed's % in that stat of mine
1/17 A miracle that he managed to win a set in that match.

Roger's still responsible for half of those breaks
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Maybe Roger would have done better. Maybe not but the Fedtard agonies would have been more entertaining than this funereal procession.
Like Mike said, it's a good thing for us that Toad sucks in finals
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I don't think he's going to be worrying Roger Nureyev unduly...
I don't know scoobs, I doubt that spin in the air has been seen before, not even by the GOAT.

That move should be ...giffed. Someone please quote this so that BD reads it.
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You could be right.

Commies have totally lost interest in this match and have broken into a massive fight about Murray's chances at Wimbledon and it's everyone against the sole Brit. He got a bit steamy when someone laughed and they changed subjects.

News about Collarini! USTA has provided him with a great deal of assistance so he changed countries (born in NY) Said he was disappointed with the loss. The Aussie said that maybe U.S. would have a RG winner again. The American said tersely, he's from Argentina. The Aussie made soothing sounds and said, "Australia will take anyone." American, "I know you will."

So, it's all good, but it's one thing when the TV commentators go off on a tangent but quite another for RADIO!
Well this isn't an interesting match, unfortunately.

Rafa's playing pretty well and not needing to really do much more than that, Robin has basically said "I'd rather you use lube but that's your choice"
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Soderling and Stosur made this weekend a shocker

Fedmug at least will always steal a set from Nadal in a final
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How are the French crowd taking this assault on tennis?
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AJ, enjoying the match?
You know he's loving every minute of it. He'll go into the match thread and say "Good for the game" when Nadal wins his record fifth RG trophy and ascends the No. 1 throne once again.

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Stosur and Soderling in the same boat - introverted personalities who went into themselves in the final, became more inhibited and didn't let their best tennis out.
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Oh and Murray ain't winning Wimbledon either, he'll do well to get to the QFs this year
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I don't know scoobs, I doubt that spin in the air has been seen before, not even by the GOAT.

That move should be ...giffed. Someone please quote this so that BD reads it.
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I don't know scoobs, I doubt that spin in the air has been seen before, not even by the GOAT.

That move should be ...giffed. Someone please quote this so that BD reads it.
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