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Rojer/Haase def. Fed/Wawrinka 6-4, 6-2, 5-7, 6-3; NED - SUI 1-2

well, not like Dutchies are going to win the tie, but.....
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Re: Rojer/Haase def. Fed/Wawrinka 6-4, 6-2, 5-7, 6-3; NED - SUI 1-2

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Re: Rojer/Haase def. Fed/Wawrinka 6-4, 6-2, 5-7, 6-3; NED - SUI 1-2

I was at their R2 match at the Olympics where they won the first set 6-1 then lost... they just relax way too much and it's going to come back to bite them because now they have to play tomorrow.

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oh dear....................

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They were just not in the game at all. They weren't engaging to play a tennis match. Especially Federer proves again he doesn't give a crap about Davis Cup. That said, both looked absolutely uninterested.
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^Im sure he would be interested if this was a SF......
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Rojer played like a beast though!
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They were just not in the game at all. They weren't engaging to play a tennis match. Especially Federer proves again he doesn't give a crap about Davis Cup. That said, both looked absolutely uninterested.
WTF are you on about, hater?!? Federer is 31 years old and playing b2b2b BO5 matches proves he's not interested and in the meantime putting his YE #1 hopes in danger. Jesus, some people really are clueless.


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They were just not in the game at all. They weren't engaging to play a tennis match. Especially Federer proves again he doesn't give a crap about Davis Cup. That said, both looked absolutely uninterested.
Logic would not appear to be your forte

Signing up to play 3 back-to-back best of 5's when he could be home chilling and taking it easy to make the last push for the year, proves he doesn't give a crap about Davis Cup?? Run that by me again, Mr Selector



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Wow, that was.......unexpected, to say the least

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Rojer, what a guy. From playing Group II ties in the Netherlands Antilles, to this.

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I think they broke the NED serve only once? Poor returning throughout.
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Re: Rojer/Haase def. Fed/Wawrinka 6-4, 6-2, 5-7, 6-3; NED - SUI 1-2

I didn't know Rojer is good doubles player until today.
Haase also played good

Federinka They played poorly especially, 1st and 2nd set
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WTF are you on about, hater?!? Federer is 31 years old and playing b2b2b BO5 matches proves he's not interested and in the meantime putting his YE #1 hopes in danger. Jesus, some people really are clueless.
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Logic would not appear to be your forte

Signing up to play 3 back-to-back best of 5's when he could be home chilling and taking it easy to make the last push for the year, proves he doesn't give a crap about Davis Cup?? Run that by me again, Mr Selector
Yes, physically he's there, but he looks sooooo uninterested. I honestly think he doesn't give a crap about winning/losing the tie. He's just too relaxed out there, lacks inspiration. If he really was trying his best, then this is a poor sign: his level is dramatic.
I think he just sees this tie as a training.
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