01-16-2006, 12:47 AM
Kolya with Dmitry's short hair is hot. Actually, so hot it's not even an amusing picture...

Nikolay Dimadenko: :lick: I had to dig up long-haired Dima instead! :hearts:

Nikolay Dimadenko #2: :unsure:

Do-denko-hedron: :cool:


And on the sixth day, Davydenko was given the gift of Feli-Hair. Feli-Hair, which always looks like you just stepped out of the shower and your showerhead was spraying out jets of liquid sexiness. Feli-Hair, which always stays in place except for that one strand which falls sensually, coquettishly across part of the forehead. Feli-Hair, in perfect position even when you're winding up to do a backhand. Feli-Hair, rich chocolate in color when wet and golden as a sunrise when dry.

And Davydenko loved the Feli-Hair, and it was good. Amen. :bowdown:


And Davydenko cast off the Feli-Hair, for the Feli-Hair, while gorgeous, was causing him to have inexplicable cravings for hair care products, full-length mirrors, moisturizers loaded with state-of-the-art antioxidants, and shirtless pics of Rafa. Newly hairless and unbound, he set off in search of fresh follicles.

For nine days and nine nights Davydenko wandered in the desert, his bald head growing more sunburned by the hour. He was alone and thirsty... thirsty for hair.

But on the tenth day, lo - a lush oasis! A rampant forest! But was it real, or was it a mirage?

Davydenko got closer, and realized it was no mirage, but a large curly forest sitting atop a hippo's head. With a cruelty that was as beautiful as it was deadly, he purloined the Hippo-Hair and donned it proudly.

All of a sudden, a wave of strange fortune hit Davydenko. He found women young and old screaming his name wherever he went, and in the larger cities there were even throngs of bright-eyed men adding their voices to the otherwise feminine chorus. At home he started receiving dozens of underwear samples in the mail, the bulk of them used. He found that all of a sudden he could do no wrong, even when he went out looking like:;

and he started winning every poll in the local news media, even the one which asked, "Who will be the first woman to lead the United Nations?"

And Davydenko knew he was blessed with a great fortune, and he stroked the Hippo-Hair, and the Hippo-Hair rustled in the breeze, and it was good. Amen.

Well, until the day Davydenko went out on court and suddenly smashed all five of his racquets. Amen. :bowdown:


After beating Roger Federer in straight sets on a glorious Sunday afternoon and losing to Wesley Whitehouse two days later, Davydenko disposed of his eight broken racquets and cast off the Hippo Hair in frustration. He was disappointed to find that as soon as the curly locks were removed, so did the lascivious female throng that followed ten paces behind him at all times remove itself from his presence. He decided that he must find a new head of hair at once!

And find it he did, stalking the local all-you-can-eat buffet! It was rich, golden, sweet-smelling and inviting, like the buttery clouds of mashed potato sitting in a chafing dish at the buffet station. Distracting the owner of the scalp with a brightly colored pork chop, he obtained the hair with consummate ease and left the premises with minimal fuss.

Suddenly he was very hungry. A small child toddled by, and he swallowed it whole. The hysterical mother ran up to him, and she was also swallowed whole.

Then Davydenko was very tired, and he lay down in the sun to take a much needed siesta. He woke up four hours later, refreshed and hungrier than ever. He set off in search of carbohydrates at once! Every donut within a 50-kilometer radius sensed his coming, and they shivered with dread. :scared:

World Beater
01-16-2006, 01:03 AM
bona fide tank by melzer

01-16-2006, 01:48 AM
bona fide tank by melzerYeah, really disappointing:(

bad gambler
01-16-2006, 01:49 AM
thanks for coming melzer, that was brutal

01-16-2006, 01:53 AM
I was a little surprised how many times Melzer hit the net, especially on the overhead shot that I was totally expecting to make it over the net! :eek: I'll take the straight sets win from Robby though ;)

01-16-2006, 10:47 AM
WTF, how disappointing for Jürgen and for me. He absolutely had no chance in this match, he never arrived in this match, what a wasted day!! :smash:

01-16-2006, 11:44 AM
Really no surprise about this win, considering how well ginepri has come on :yeah: I was shocked to read people thought melzer would cause an upset :lol:

He made very easy work of melzer from the reports on euro sport, who does he play next round?

01-16-2006, 12:04 PM
Very disappointing scoreline from Jürgen.

01-16-2006, 12:14 PM
useless Melzer, that was a shame today of him!

01-16-2006, 01:47 PM
Robby! :banana:

01-16-2006, 02:22 PM
Melzer...waste of time. Buh-bye.