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Roger is playing?

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Forza Italia!!!!!

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AJMO SRBIJA! ! ! !

Today was the press conference (speaking of Serbian team) and all of the players were in excelent moode... Just great... Oh sorry, Janko went to training camp second's from the endind of conference
But all the rest, stayed for some while.... We had some laugh... IKA said that if he playes against Rocky Federer, that he will play a short ball, and then hit him with the ball in the head hahaha... the best tactic against the NO 1... Right?
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good luck:

Brazil
Mexico
Germany
Czech Republic
Italy
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Interesting that Austria chose clay to face Mexico. They don't seem to be rating the Mexican players at all, since it's practically the only surface the Mexicans can play on.

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Re: World Group Play-Offs (September 22-24, 2006)

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Re: World Group Play-Offs (September 22-24, 2006)

goooooo Serbia!

and Slovakia, Spain, Czech Rep, and Mexico


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Interesting that Austria chose clay to face Mexico. They don't seem to be rating the Mexican players at all, since it's practically the only surface the Mexicans can play on.


Tons of the events in Mexico are on hard courts, and Mexicans have done well on a lot of surfaces. Chago is great on fast surfaces, for example.


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Tons of the events in Mexico are on hard courts, and Mexicans have done well on a lot of surfaces. Chago is great on fast surfaces, for example.
You're right, they can play on hard, too. Though most of their best results have come on clay.

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Re: World Group Play-Offs (September 22-24, 2006)

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