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The "Dun give up on your favourite players" thread!!!

Buddy
11-19-2004, 01:27 AM
I was cheering and not giving up on Rainer the whole year. But I should be happy that Safin and Coria did well to Qualify for the Championships, but they lost their respective matches, so here it goes!!!

COME ON MARAT!!! YOU GOTTA TRY TO BEAT TIM!!! :bounce: You can do it!!! It's the only way to qualify now!!! :bounce:

Coria :sad: I know you were injuried and lack in match play and all, but just do you best and try to end on a high note, try to win or take a set from Andy, even though it's not gonna be easy!! :bounce: Hope you recover fast for a good 2005 year!! :)

As for Andy... well you qualified already... :p

Fee
11-19-2004, 01:47 AM
Buddy, do you mean 'don't give up'? I only ask because there was a time when the phrase 'he dun given up' was used to indicate the past tense, a vernacular for 'he has already given up.' It's entirely possible that I'm the only one who was confused by this at first glance.

flip_fan
11-19-2004, 02:20 AM
GO MARK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I aint giving up on philippoussis, this year has been as bad as it could ever get, so i look forward to next year! Mark is back working with the military fitness dude (marcus heon), and also training with john mcEnroe which should be really helpful.

Can't wait for the aussie summer and watching a fit, determined, and sexy mark!

jmp
11-19-2004, 02:54 PM
flip_fan, that's encouraging news. Good luck to Mark. :)

And now I must type...

Come on, Marat! You have had a great "book end" 2004! Good luck against Tim and for the rest of the TMC! You can do it!!

Goooooo, Marat! :D :bounce: :D

FrogBurger
11-19-2004, 03:18 PM
Buddy, do you mean 'don't give up'? I only ask because there was a time when the phrase 'he dun given up' was used to indicate the past tense, a vernacular for 'he has already given up.' It's entirely possible that I'm the only one who was confused by this at first glance.

Nope not the only one Fee. Dun Give up, is kinda Afro American Slang which means, I can take it anymore, i give up on this player.

My faves are still my faves. I usually pick some lesser player as my real faves; Ive always been a Nalbandian fan, but after that i like Scud, and i like Jérome Haehnel and a few others. theyd have to rob a bank or do something really bad for me not to like them. i dont switch loyalties for no reason

*Ljubica*
11-19-2004, 03:31 PM
I am just hoping that David can have an injury free 2005 after this past, dreadful season, but I am still so proud of him for ending the year at Number 9 despite all the injuries, and I will never give up on him :)

Fee
11-19-2004, 07:42 PM
Thanks Frog Burger.

As for the topic, well I'm a JanMike fan with a website, so obviously I'm one of those fans :lol:. On top of that, I'm pretty fond of Flip too, yikes. But on the other hand, Haas and Kiefer both came back and had good seasons so overall this was an evenly balanced year for me. Cheers to all of us die-hard tennis fans/nutcases. Where would they be without us? :D

Fumus
11-19-2004, 07:47 PM
I haven't check my Andy vs. Roger cup thread....(pluggin my own thread)

Buddy
11-20-2004, 07:45 PM
:crying2: Andy lost...

Come on Andy!!! At least advance to the finals of the championship next time!!! :bounce: Better luck for the whole of 2005!!! :)