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All credit to Robredo

waddle147
09-01-2008, 07:48 AM
Alright MTFers, this is my first ever extended post on these forums, and it may well be a controversial one.

A large percentage of the people on the board seem to think that Robredo is an incredibly boring player who simply relies on the mistakes of his opponents to win. I would like to dispute this point.

The man has reached four Grand Slam QFs, three at RG and one at AO.

At MSs his record is 8 QFs, 4 SFs and the win in Hamburg 06.

The highest he has ever got in the world is number 5, and for the last five or so years he has consistently been a top 15 player.

All of this is without having a big serve or many real "weapons" aside from his speed and stamina on court. Surely it's more interesting to watch a Robredo match than a serve-a-thon with Karlovic or Isner?

He also came through perhaps the most loaded sixteen of all, beating a dangerous floater in Zverev as well as the much lauded Safin and Tsonga.

For all of the above, thumbs up to Disco Tommy.

Montego
09-01-2008, 08:06 AM
I agree that Robredo's style may seem boring, but - just like you said - he is 1000 times more entertaining than Karlovic or Isner f.e.

There are many kinf of players - ball bashers, master tacticians, shot makers, serving machines and people seem not to accept that and they bash all the players, whose style they don't accept. For me it seems that most of these trolls haven't ever played tennis and they don't understand the logic of it.

Tennis is a beautiful game, because we have such a diversity of players, playing with their own styles. And the key is to master your style. Karlovic will never win a rally with Nadal, but Nadal will never serve like Karlovic. And Robredo is the master of consistency, he has fantastic tactical feeling, is a great mover and runner. He isn't flashy, but is very solid and reliable and that's his style. You have to admire that, because in these departments he is one of the best players in the world and he mastered them to perfection. Robredo is a very good player, as these features I mentioned are the part of tennis.

And...I have watched Robredo's full match from the place for photographers, which is some two metres away from the courts. And I must tell you that he hits the ball really hard and is a very good one to watch, as all his shots are technically really well. I believe that if he played a "best of 13" match with 99,99% of MTFers - he would give a bagel 7 times, maybe with some golden sets included.

So no need to bash a guy, because you will never achieve the same things as him. Bashers are full of hidden jealousy.

Dougie
09-01-2008, 08:28 AM
I agree, I like to watch Robredo better than Karlovic or Isner, for example. However, your post (which was fine), is hardly likely to change anyones opinion on Tommy. Opinions are usually based more on impressions than statistics, no matter how accurate they might be.

Dougie
09-01-2008, 08:33 AM
I agree that Robredo's style may seem boring, but - just like you said - he is 1000 times more entertaining than Karlovic or Isner f.e.

There are many kinf of players - ball bashers, master tacticians, shot makers, serving machines and people seem not to accept that and they bash all the players, whose style they don't accept. For me it seems that most of these trolls haven't ever played tennis and they don't understand the logic of it.

Tennis is a beautiful game, because we have such a diversity of players, playing with their own styles. And the key is to master your style. Karlovic will never win a rally with Nadal, but Nadal will never serve like Karlovic. And Robredo is the master of consistency, he has fantastic tactical feeling, is a great mover and runner. He isn't flashy, but is very solid and reliable and that's his style. You have to admire that, because in these departments he is one of the best players in the world and he mastered them to perfection. Robredo is a very good player, as these features I mentioned are the part of tennis.

And...I have watched Robredo's full match from the place for photographers, which is some two metres away from the courts. And I must tell you that he hits the ball really hard and is a very good one to watch, as all his shots are technically really well. I believe that if he played a "best of 13" match with 99,99% of MTFers - he would give a bagel 7 times, maybe with some golden sets included.

So no need to bash a guy, because you will never achieve the same things as him. Bashers are full of hidden jealousy.

Since when are you required to achieve similar things in order criticise someone? Come on, MTF (like any other internet forum) is based on opinions. Granted, some of them may not be fair, but that just comes with the territory. It´s not that serious, so just take it easy.

Montego
09-01-2008, 08:42 AM
Yeah, maybe I overreacted a little bit. After all I am also not a Robredo fan. But I think that he gets too much bashing in comparison to what he has achieved. He is a really good player, just go and watch him live - you will have a better impression.

JolánGagó
09-01-2008, 11:25 AM
Surely it's more interesting to watch a Robredo match than a serve-a-thon with Karlovic or Isner?

Truer impossible. As it was zillion times more interesting watching Muster or even Berasategui than, say, Ivanisevic.

Agassi Fan
09-01-2008, 11:42 AM
He played great!

leng jai
09-01-2008, 11:47 AM
Tommy Robredo is one the hardest working and fairest competitors who have ever graced the ATP circuit. He should be commended for reaching the ranking of world no. 5 despite having no real weapons and severe limitations. His worth ethic and sheer determination are unrivalled among his peers and his sense of sportsmanship is appreciated by the wider tennis community.

God bless Tommy Robredo.

cobalt60
09-01-2008, 11:52 AM
Tommy Robredo is one the hardest working and fairest competitors who have ever graced the ATP circuit. He should be commended for reaching the ranking of world no. 5 despite having no real weapons and severe limitations. His worth ethic and sheer determination are unrivalled among his peers and his sense of sportsmanship is appreciated by the wider tennis community.

God bless Tommy Robredo.

I never know if you are being serious or not but some folks on this board question his "sportsmanship". I only remember one controversial incident that I watched but since it was a few years back now I realise that he isn't alone in using the rules of the game to his advantage. And off the court seems to be gracious and nice to fans; and that is also my experience.
Some may find his game boring but you can not question his statistics.

Mimi
09-01-2008, 11:54 AM
i think leng jai was/is never serious :p
I never know if you are being serious or not but some folks on this board question his "sportsmanship". I only remember one controversial incident that I watched but since it was a few years back now I realise that he isn't alone in using the rules of the game to his advantage. And off the court seems to be gracious and nice to fans; and that is also my experience.
Some my find his game boring but you can not question his statistics.

cobalt60
09-01-2008, 11:56 AM
i think leng jai was/is never serious :p

Yes I know;) I wanted to answer it seriously though :p

MariaV
09-01-2008, 12:18 PM
Seriously Tommy certainly deserves credit for getting the maximum out of his potential (unlike some others who shall remain unnamed).

Karolina_Sprem
09-01-2008, 12:34 PM
Truer impossible. As it was zillion times more interesting watching Muster or even Berasategui than, say, Ivanisevic.

Why Ivanisevic?:devil: You could say for example Sampras as well...;)

JolánGagó
09-01-2008, 01:05 PM
Why Ivanisevic?:devil: You could say for example Sampras as well...;)

I can't believe you're comparing those two, a huge serve was about the only thing they'd both got in common. But that only gets yo so far, hence the 14GS vs. 1GS(on the verge of 0) ;)

wilmar
09-01-2008, 01:13 PM
Indeed! And I hope Robredo will carry on his fine form and good run to take Djokovic out the next round. He will certainly be the fresher of the two.

Karolina_Sprem
09-01-2008, 01:47 PM
I can't believe you're comparing those two, a huge serve was about the only thing they'd both got in common. But that only gets yo so far, hence the 14GS vs. 1GS(on the verge of 0) ;)

That wasn't my point... My point is that both of them Ivanisevic & Sampras 85% of their points made with the serve-volley or only with their huge serves...So...more-less same style of the game...for some people boring for some not...;)

GorkaRobredo
09-01-2008, 02:05 PM
Thank You for your words, I am totally agree whith you. Robredo is posibly, one of the most hard workers in the ATP. He has an spectacular fisic, he can be fighthing for hours and his consistence is georgeos. I love watching Robredo's machtes and for me, is my favourite player. I don't understand the critics, but i respect. Since he became professional his statics are very impresive. He is not the best player on hard courts but in this Us Open he is doing very well whith difficult oponents like Zverev, Safin OR Tsonga, possible the man whith the hardest matchest till today. Now is turn to Djokovic and be sure that he will do it a great effort triaying to get the win.

All credits for Robredo.

PODEMOS!

Lopez
09-01-2008, 02:05 PM
I like to watch Karlovic more than Robredo :shrug:

Serving well is more difficult than grinding. Grinding/Playing safe is often a sign of technical ineptitude, winning through your opponent's mistakes because you haven't got the skills for attacking (which is more difficult in tennis).

Plus, Robredo is a bad sport, e.g. Kohlschreiber in Hamburg this year.

GorkaRobredo
09-01-2008, 02:26 PM
I like to watch Karlovic more than Robredo :shrug:

Serving well is more difficult than grinding. Grinding/Playing safe is often a sign of technical ineptitude, winning through your opponent's mistakes because you haven't got the skills for attacking (which is more difficult in tennis).

Plus, Robredo is a bad sport, e.g. Kohlschreiber in Hamburg this year.

I think you have a problem. Karlovic is not a tennis player is just a server, he can't run and do any movements. I hate those players than can only play whith the first serve, this is not the esence of tennis.I like a complet player, and he is ROBREDO.

scarecrows
09-01-2008, 02:31 PM
when i saw the thread title I thought it was a 'Thank You' message from the Insomniacs Anonymous group

Jaap
09-01-2008, 02:32 PM
Thank You for your words, I am totally agree whith you. Robredo is posibly, one of the most hard workers in the ATP. He has an spectacular fisic, he can be fighthing for hours and his consistence is georgeos. I love watching Robredo's machtes and for me, is my favourite player. I don't understand the critics, but i respect. Since he became professional his statics are very impresive. He is not the best player on hard courts but in this Us Open he is doing very well whith difficult oponents like Zverev, Safin OR Tsonga, possible the man whith the hardest matchest till today. Now is turn to Djokovic and be sure that he will do it a great effort triaying to get the win.

All credits for Robredo.

PODEMOS!

Hi Tommy.

JolánGagó
09-01-2008, 02:39 PM
Hi Tommy.

You have an identity disorder.

Machiavelli
09-01-2008, 02:42 PM
Robredo is a true gentleman of the game, he always accepts to be second best, never shouts and makes fun of his opponents, always accepts the fair call of the line judge, even if it is not in his favour, he has a flashy game, lots of variation and great tactics, loves to attack from inside the baseline and rush to the net, his chip and charge is legendary, he never stays 100 meter from the baseline, he hates to play moonballs, his one-handed bekhand is by far the best of the open era, Guga, Roger will never be able to match that, he shines on the court in an amazing way, people stay in lines to get a prestigious ticket for his match, just a spectacular and magnificent player...

The real number one, who cares about Roger or Rafa, they are not even close to the talent and quality of Robredo...........

JolánGagó
09-01-2008, 02:44 PM
Robredo is a true gentleman of the game, he always accepts to be second best, never shouts and makes fun of his opponents, always accepts the fair call of the line judge, even if it is not in his favour, he has a flashy game, lots of variation and great tactics, loves to attack from inside the baseline and rush to the net, his chip and charge is legendary, he never stays 100 meter from the baseline, he hates to play moonballs, his one-handed bekhand is by far the best of the open era, Guga, Roger will never be able to match that, he shines on the court in an amazing way, people stay in lines to get a prestigious ticket for his match, just a spectacular and magnificent player...

The real number one, who cares about Roger or Rafa, they are not even close to the talent and quality of Robredo...........

Sometimes it's just better to stick to literality rather than attempt at literature... :rolleyes:

GlennMirnyi
09-01-2008, 03:19 PM
Boredo is a faker, a cheater, a prick and a moonballer. He's a joke and one of the worst things to have ever happened to tennis. I hope he's banned from the tour forever.

GlennMirnyi
09-01-2008, 03:24 PM
I think you have a problem. Karlovic is not a tennis player is just a server, he can't run and do any movements. I hate those players than can only play whith the first serve, this is not the esence of tennis.I like a complet player, and he is ROBREDO.

:retard:

Serving requires much more technique than moonballing.

Boredo is as complete as the Ryugyong Hotel.

Lopez
09-01-2008, 03:42 PM
I think you have a problem. Karlovic is not a tennis player is just a server, he can't run and do any movements. I hate those players than can only play whith the first serve, this is not the esence of tennis.I like a complet player, and he is ROBREDO.

:D

Fine if you have a problem with me appreciating the more technical aspects of tennis. Don't say that I have a problem though, I like a different brand of tennis. IMO Robredo's nickname Boredo sums up his game for me pretty nicely.

Like Glenn said, attacking, serving, volleying... all takes more skills than defending and pushing. I happen to appreciate that more.

Bernard Black
09-01-2008, 03:43 PM
:retard:

Serving requires much more technique than moonballing.

Boredo is as complete as the Ryugyong Hotel.

People don't seem to realise what an advanced technique serving is. I've seen so many tall guys at club level have weak serves. Big serving requires incredible co-ordination and timing, and use of pretty much every muscle in the body.

This explains why juniors can moonball all day, but most of them have difficulty learning to serve.

fast_clay
09-01-2008, 03:53 PM
Robredo should feel thankful that he receives some ill-feeling... having someone feel something towards you is better than no feeling at all... as far as the comparison to Isner and Karlovic, well, i feel nothing towards these players except that the ATP should draft them to the Detroit Pistons next season...

Robredo and Robredo fans should learn to bathe in the hate... being an excellent bore is better than being a no-one... so shut the **** up...

Corey Feldman
09-01-2008, 03:55 PM
Karlovic is not a tennis player is just a server, he can't run and do any movements. I hate those players than can only play whith the first serve, this is not the esence of tennis.I like a complet player, and he is ROBREDO.so how does he breaks serves then?

connectolove
09-01-2008, 03:57 PM
Viva Tommy Robredo!!!!

connectolove
09-01-2008, 03:59 PM
Disco Tommy is for me, one of the very best. He is a very solid player and like Juan Carlos Ferrero, Nadal and David Ferrer, he has balls of steel.

mayagaller
09-01-2008, 04:08 PM
I really like watching Robredo, he always constructs his points well and usually is very good at defense.

groundstroke
09-01-2008, 04:10 PM
Robredo plays high percentage tennis, he's okay to watch, nothing special, very consistent performer, he's hated around MTF because he hasn't got an amazing forehand or an awesome serve..

GorkaRobredo
09-01-2008, 04:11 PM
I am a Robredo huge fan. Is my favourite player and he has a good serve, yesterday he gets the same aces like Tsonga. I think his serve is quite good, he isn't a specialist, but he is not a mug. And the averegae whith first serve is very high. He is a very consistant player, and for many people, his game is not boreing. I never understood this stupid comment.

PODEMOS!

fast_clay
09-01-2008, 04:21 PM
yeah... however painful.. his topsin backhand is a very technically sound shot... while not able to routinely change an angled ball to a straight ball at heavy pace like a haas, he can make it dip, can moonball and pass... gave tsonga some trouble when he came in with the dipping return and also in general play...

made tsonga play bad... brought him down to his level...

GlennMirnyi
09-01-2008, 04:26 PM
I am a Robredo huge fan. Is my favourite player and he has a good serve, yesterday he gets the same aces like Tsonga. I think his serve is quite good, he isn't a specialist, but he is not a mug. And the averegae whith first serve is very high. He is a very consistant player, and for many people, his game is not boreing. I never understood this stupid comment.

PODEMOS!

Wrong. Boredo has an awful serve, can't return and is a moonballer mug.

GorkaRobredo
09-01-2008, 04:32 PM
"Wrong. Boredo has an awful serve, can't return and is a moonballer mug".And did you say that? A Stepanek fan? Remeber Hamburg 2006, the result is very significant. Radek never did anything in tennis and he is the perfect stupid man in the circuit whith a lot of enemys.

GlennMirnyi
09-01-2008, 04:35 PM
"Wrong. Boredo has an awful serve, can't return and is a moonballer mug".And did you say that? A Stepanek fan? Remeber Hamburg 2006, the result is very significant. Radek never did anything in tennis and he is the perfect stupid man in the circuit whith a lot of enemys.

:haha: :haha: :haha:

1 - nobody has as many enemies on tour than cheater Boredo.
2 - Steps is light years ahead of Boredo when it comes to tennis ability.
3 - you're a fanboy who knows shit about tennis and a result means nothing. In RG Steps owned Boredo, and GS are what matters.
4 - being #8 = doing a lot for tennis.

Nobody cares or likes a cheater, faker and classless prick like Boredo.

GorkaRobredo
09-01-2008, 04:51 PM
whath a mug men!!!!!!!! Robredo was 5 in Federer and Nadal era! whath you say!!!! Cheater is Radek, the man who spit another player in teh court, known in the circuit like "the pig", he is an absolute cheater. YOU DONT HAVE ANY IDEA OF TENNIS!


And sorry, but here are the results: ROBREDO LEADS 5-2 VS RADEK (I think Robredo is not a mug for Radek, don't you think? JAJAJAJAJAJ)

GlennMirnyi
09-01-2008, 05:03 PM
Federer and Nadal era = weakest era of tennis. Wawrinka top 10? :haha: :haha: :haha:

I don't have any idea about tennis? What about you calling anyone Faker but Boredo?

H2H means bullshit.

What matters is that Boredo is a cheater and a disgrace to the sport, everybody knows that. Asking a timeout before match point... :o Even Fakervic would be ashamed of that.

Keep thinking that Boredo's absolutely pathetic game is something to brag about.

Losing to Roddick on clay... :haha: INJURED RODDICK! :haha:

Losing to Rusedski on clay... get a clue mate. Boredo is the worst top 10 of the history of all sports.

GorkaRobredo
09-01-2008, 05:11 PM
Shut up looser, you dont't have idea of tennis!

Pathetic sportmen like Radek never had comes out from the trainning court!

Raquel
09-01-2008, 05:13 PM
Tommy's great :D

I enjoy watching him a lot and hope he goes on further (although it will be very tough ;))

A lot of people gave him a hard time when he was ranked higher than others who apparently deserved it more, but unless you rack up the points then you are where you deserve to be.

GlennMirnyi
09-01-2008, 05:20 PM
Shut up looser, you dont't have idea of tennis!

Pathetic sportmen like Radek never had comes out from the trainning court!

Rusedski! :haha: :haha: :haha:

Worst record against top 10s in history. :lol:

rocketassist
09-01-2008, 05:22 PM
Barcelona 04- Gaudio
Hamburg and RG 06- Ancic
Hamburg 08- Kohlschreiber

Four reasons that make him a cockhead. Not to mention mind numbingly crap game. He wouldn't be top 30 in the 90s.

HoistDaColors
09-01-2008, 05:27 PM
I think you have a problem. Karlovic is not a tennis player is just a server, he can't run and do any movements. I hate those players than can only play whith the first serve, this is not the esence of tennis.I like a complet player, and he is ROBREDO.

Why do people keep saying Karlovic is just serve? The matches that I have seen, he has great reflex up at net. His groundstrokes are getting better. Maybe people don't see that because nobody can return his serves and therefore he doesn't need to play any other shots. What he doesn't show doesn't mean he does not possess them.

that being said, i loathe watching isner and karlovic because they don't allow any sort of rhythm in matches.

vincayou
09-01-2008, 05:38 PM
Nobody denies he's a good tennis player. He's just boring. Nothing of what he does is unexpected, so I can't any reason to watch him. As much fun as drinking water.

Dougie
09-01-2008, 05:48 PM
I like to watch Karlovic more than Robredo :shrug:

Serving well is more difficult than grinding. Grinding/Playing safe is often a sign of technical ineptitude, winning through your opponent's mistakes because you haven't got the skills for attacking (which is more difficult in tennis).

Plus, Robredo is a bad sport, e.g. Kohlschreiber in Hamburg this year.

You don´t think playing defensively (grinding/playing safe) requires technical ability? It means making as little unforced errors as possible, hitting deep etc. This requires tremendous consistency, which certainly requires technical ability. You should try playing tennis sometimes, it´s not that easy.
You think Karlovic is technically superior to Robredo because he can serve so well? Where is that technical ability when he makes 50+ unforced errors/match? Did it ever occur to you that players like Robredo don´t necessarily need to attack players like Karlovic, because the points will come anyway? There is more to tennis than attacking, and there are more ways to attack than by serve.

FerrersLinda
09-01-2008, 06:29 PM
Tommy Robredo, the man who spent 5 minutes of his training session staring at my cleavage? Boring?:p Well, I don't like him very much and his tennis isn't flashy that's for sure. But it's 50000 times more boring for me to watch a big server like Roddick. I guess though that different people enjoy different things. Regarding all the talk about him not deserving to have the ranking he holds ....... if you get the points you deserve to be there.

cobalt60
09-01-2008, 06:53 PM
Tommy Robredo, the man who spent 5 minutes of his training session staring at my cleavage? Boring?:p Well, I don't like him very much and his tennis isn't flashy that's for sure. But it's 50000 times more boring for me to watch a big server like Roddick. I guess though that different people enjoy different things. Regarding all the talk about him not deserving to have the ranking he holds ....... if you get the points you deserve to be there.

5 whole minutes? I so hope you stared back :angel:

scarecrows
09-01-2008, 06:54 PM
Tommy Robredo, the man who spent 5 minutes of his training session staring at my cleavage?

pics or it didnt happen

cobalt60
09-01-2008, 06:55 PM
pics or it didnt happen

Of Tommy staring or Linda's cleavage? :angel: Would be somewhat hard to put things in focus when you take a pic of yourself.

SheepleBuster
09-01-2008, 07:03 PM
Alright MTFers, this is my first ever extended post on these forums, and it may well be a controversial one.

A large percentage of the people on the board seem to think that Robredo is an incredibly boring player who simply relies on the mistakes of his opponents to win. I would like to dispute this point.

The man has reached four Grand Slam QFs, three at RG and one at AO.

At MSs his record is 8 QFs, 4 SFs and the win in Hamburg 06.

The highest he has ever got in the world is number 5, and for the last five or so years he has consistently been a top 15 player.

All of this is without having a big serve or many real "weapons" aside from his speed and stamina on court. Surely it's more interesting to watch a Robredo match than a serve-a-thon with Karlovic or Isner?

He also came through perhaps the most loaded sixteen of all, beating a dangerous floater in Zverev as well as the much lauded Safin and Tsonga.

For all of the above, thumbs up to Disco Tommy.

FTC did a study a few months back on the suicide rates during special TV programming slots, and it turned out that the rate of suicide was 200% higher during certain hours during Tennis Grand Slam coverages. But the pattern was not easy to figure out until they figured it out. You see, a lot of suicides happened because people shot themselves in the head out of boredom during a certain player's matches. Connecting the dots, the found out that a certain guy names Robredo was responsible for these acts of violence. His boring style of play drove people mad and over the edge. Obviously, I can't say anything about Robredo's style of play just based on this information.

FerrersLinda
09-01-2008, 07:06 PM
5 whole minutes? I so hope you stared back :angel:

I took his picture.:cool:

pics or it didnt happen

That doesn't sound very nice Genci. Are you doubting my cleavage is worth staring at?:mad:;) Believe me I wouldn't brag about the candyman looking at my breasts if it didn't happen, wrong Spaniard.:awww:

Of Tommy staring or Linda's cleavage? :angel: Would be somewhat hard to put things in focus when you take a pic of yourself.

:lol: I actually took some pictures when it happened. People have asked me how I got him to look into the camera like that. If you look carefully though you can see his eyes are aiming a little lower.:awww:

cobalt60
09-01-2008, 07:09 PM
I took his picture.:cool:



That doesn't sound very nice Genci. Are you doubting my cleavage is worth staring at?:mad:;) Believe me I wouldn't brag about the candyman looking at my breasts if it didn't happen, wrong Spaniard.:awww:



:lol: I actually took some pictures when it happened. People have asked me how I got him to look into the camera like that. If you look carefully though you can see his eyes are aiming a little lower.:awww:

And where is this pic? I just have to see this :rolls: You must have some great cleavage girlfriend :yeah:

Snoo Foo
09-01-2008, 07:11 PM
arrrgh as if it wasn't bad enough he beat marat and tsonga, now he and escopeta have sent home the shortest-named non-asian doubles team! he's like a... plague. Or one of those things that destroys crops. a weevil.

FerrersLinda
09-01-2008, 07:14 PM
And where is this pic? I just have to see this :rolls: You must have some great cleavage girlfriend :yeah:

Actually I don't have such a fantastic cleavage. I mean, it works for me and for Tommy apparently:p but I don't have huge boobs. Off to look for the picture:bolt:

fast_clay
09-01-2008, 07:15 PM
Tommy Robredo, the man who spent 5 minutes of his training session staring at my cleavage? Boring?:p Well, I don't like him very much and his tennis isn't flashy that's for sure. But it's 50000 times more boring for me to watch a big server like Roddick. I guess though that different people enjoy different things. Regarding all the talk about him not deserving to have the ranking he holds ....... if you get the points you deserve to be there.

i used to think the same way about roddick till i watched him play gulbis the other night... ol' muggins made roddick look like albert einstein...

FerrersLinda
09-01-2008, 07:24 PM
:sad: I can't find it on my computer, now Genci will never believe me. I'm sure I posted it on the Robredo forum in the picture thread. I'll look over there.

Acer
09-01-2008, 07:27 PM
Well quite frankly I don't get the Robredo hate either, I'm not crazy about him but I don't displike him either. I find the likes of Ferrer much much more annoying.

Corey Feldman
09-01-2008, 07:51 PM
We want FerrersLinda pics !!!!!

fast_clay
09-01-2008, 07:54 PM
We want FerrersLinda pics !!!!!

yes.. i fully agree... i didnt think a robredo thread could get so exciting...

FerrersLinda
09-01-2008, 09:03 PM
:sad:I can't find them.:shrug: And now I feel bad because nobody will believe me.:awww: Double humiliation, first having to hold my food in while Robredo was being a brat and now all of MTF doubting me.:hysteric:

Corey Feldman
09-01-2008, 09:04 PM
you've got a fanclub now Linda ;)

FerrersLinda
09-01-2008, 09:06 PM
you've got a fanclub now Linda ;)

Don't know if that's a good thing.:unsure:

connectolove
09-01-2008, 09:07 PM
Actually I don't have such a fantastic cleavage. I mean, it works for me and for Tommy apparently:p but I don't have huge boobs. Off to look for the picture:bolt:

Are you Spanish? because most Spanish women are not busty, but they do have the legs ... and the butt.

I heard that Robredo is a little bit of a flirt so I do believe you. Besides, didn't he get divorce recently? perhaps he is looking.

scoobs
09-01-2008, 09:09 PM
We seem to be off topic now - can this be continued in a thread in non-tennis please?

And this credit thread became a bashing thread in short order anyway so I think this can be closed.