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Federer advice helped Kuznetsova!!

shanks
06-06-2009, 10:06 PM
Svetlana Kuznetsova says a chance meeting with Roger Federer helped turn her career around and ultimately led to Saturday's French Open victory.

The Russian beat compatriot Dinara Safina 6-4 6-2 to win at Roland Garros.

And Kuznetsova, who moved to Spain as a 13-year-old, said that Federer had helped by backing her return to Russia.

Kuznetsova revealed: "He said - 'Look you can only depend on yourself. You can control it. If you can concentrate and live in Moscow, do this.'"

The pair met at the Olympic Games in Beijing last year, where Kuznetsova had lost in the first round and was struggling for motivation.

"I say, I don't want to train, I don't want to think about it," said the 23-year-old, who was still at the academy in Barcelona she had joined nine years earlier.


I put pressure on myself because I really wanted to win. I just didn't handle it

Dinara Safina

"I don't want to go back to Spain. I said a few times I want to quit playing tennis. I said it, I never felt it."

A 10-minute conversation with Federer in Beijing clarified matters for the Russian.

"He was listening and I said I want to move from Spain. I want to go to Russia. I don't know what to do.

"He said - 'Look you can only depend on yourself. You can control it. If you can concentrate and live in Moscow, do this.'

"I came back to Moscow and I worked hard. I had my passion, I have my friends, I am in my home country. I'm very patriotic. I love being there. This was a big turning point."

WOW!! Fed is earning some brownie points from WTA!!! Fed does seem to be a good listener. Much better turnaround after the Jankovic remark.

Arkulari
06-06-2009, 10:09 PM
Roger is da man :lol:
respected just as much in the WTA world as in the ATP :worship:
Sveta is a huge Roger fangirl, I've even seen her wearing his RF trademark cap once :yeah:

nanoman
06-06-2009, 10:10 PM
Svetlana Kuznetsova says a chance meeting with Roger Federer helped turn her career around and ultimately led to Saturday's French Open victory.

The Russian beat compatriot Dinara Safina 6-4 6-2 to win at Roland Garros.

And Kuznetsova, who moved to Spain as a 13-year-old, said that Federer had helped by backing her return to Russia.

Kuznetsova revealed: "He said - 'Look you can only depend on yourself. You can control it. If you can concentrate and live in Moscow, do this.'"

The pair met at the Olympic Games in Beijing last year, where Kuznetsova had lost in the first round and was struggling for motivation.

"I say, I don't want to train, I don't want to think about it," said the 23-year-old, who was still at the academy in Barcelona she had joined nine years earlier.


I put pressure on myself because I really wanted to win. I just didn't handle it

Dinara Safina

"I don't want to go back to Spain. I said a few times I want to quit playing tennis. I said it, I never felt it."

A 10-minute conversation with Federer in Beijing clarified matters for the Russian.

"He was listening and I said I want to move from Spain. I want to go to Russia. I don't know what to do.

"He said - 'Look you can only depend on yourself. You can control it. If you can concentrate and live in Moscow, do this.'

"I came back to Moscow and I worked hard. I had my passion, I have my friends, I am in my home country. I'm very patriotic. I love being there. This was a big turning point."

WOW!! Fed is earning some brownie points from WTA!!! Fed does seem to be a good listener. Much better turnaround after the Jankovic remark.

Translation: "Stop bothering me and crawl back to the hole you came from". Can't believe Fed get credits for this :rolleyes:

Guy Haines
06-06-2009, 10:13 PM
Translation: "Stop bothering me and crawl back to the hole you came from". Can't believe Fed get credits for this :rolleyes:

I've read more than once that Sveta is Federer's favorite WTA player, including during Henin's reign.

Both have used squash shots as defensive-offensive weapons at this year's French.

Beforehand
06-06-2009, 10:13 PM
:hug: Sawan, who will no doubt be beside himself at another event he perceives as a "Roger is the best human being who ever lived!" moment.

finishingmove
06-06-2009, 10:16 PM
roddick is a better guy off court.

bokehlicious
06-06-2009, 10:17 PM
roddick is a better guy off court.

So is Nole.

Action Jackson
06-06-2009, 10:20 PM
Man of the people.

JolánGagó
06-06-2009, 10:27 PM
JesusFed second adveniment.

Arkulari
06-06-2009, 10:28 PM
http://www.rolandgarros.com/en_FR/news/interviews/2009-06-06/200906061244304547727.html

Q. Sveta,to get to this point where you go back to Moscow and you start putting things together, what was really the most important thing? Taking pressure off? Not worrying about winning? Believing more in yourself? Being more independent?

SVETLANA KUZNETSOVA: I came back to Moscow, and I had so many people telling me, You wouldn't be able to play here. You are not able to train here, because it's too much information; it's too much destruction, too much night life or whatever.

And once ‑‑ yeah,here we go. In Olympic Games, I really had tough times because I lost first round. It was big one for me, you know. I was not ready because the schedule was so hard.

I had my friends, basketball players, the girls, they asked me ‑‑ I asked them if they wanted to go to see tennis. They said yes. They came to the club, and they told me they saw Roger and they say, Can we have picture with him? And I was like, You know how I love Roger,and I never came to him myself asking him for picture. I never did.

For me, it's better to do something for other people than for myself. So I did go to him and say, Can you do the picture? So while I was looking at him and, he was looking at me and said, What do you want?

But, you know, me for me it was big,because I never ‑‑ like I knew once he said he likes my tennis and stuff. I also appreciate. I didn't believe it, but... (laughter.)

Yeah, because they said Roger said that. I said, Where? Show me this, because I won't believe what you're saying. He was very nice. He did picture with the girls. I had a talk with him like for 10 minutes,and I never spoken to him before. I was talking to him about the problems I had.

He was listening, and said, Look, I want to move from Spain. I want to go to Russia. Everybody telling me this. I don't know what to do. He say, Look, you can only depend on yourself. You can control it. If you can concentrate and live in Moscow, do this. If you cannot, only you can judge, you know. Only God I say can judge us. You know, this is it.

Q. What would it mean if he (Roger) would win for you?

SVETLANA KUZNETSOVA: I was thinking a little bit about it. You know, it means a lot to me if Roger wins and I win. I think when I won the US Open I think he also won.

Definitely I would go for him totally, but I don't think matter if I'm here or not. It doesn't matter. I would be happy for him anyway.

Fangirl :lol:

miura
06-06-2009, 10:30 PM
All the players are probably great guys off court. Me on the other hand, you would have hated me :lol:

dorkino
06-06-2009, 10:34 PM
Fed. for the global warming problem. :rocker2:

michellej
06-06-2009, 10:35 PM
I cannot believe that Federer gave either of these women any advice..let a lone exactly the same advice. I cannot see Federer advising anyone any advice about how to play tennis ley alone players in the WTA. Too busy wrapped up in his own career to share secrets.

Dini
06-06-2009, 10:39 PM
http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/tennis/8087350.stm

Arkulari
06-06-2009, 10:42 PM
Sveta isn't the only one... :o

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2009/tennis/01/21/ivanovic.ap/index.html?eref=si_latest


Ivanovic wants Federer’s advice


Agence France-Presse
First Posted 13:45:00 01/21/2009

Filed Under: Sport, Tennis

MELBOURNE -- Serbian pin-up Ana Ivanovic said Wednesday she wants to seek Roger Federer's advice on staying at the top after failing to maintain her position at the summit of women's tennis.

Ivanovic briefly became number one last year before a form slump saw her drop to number five in the world, while Federer held the men's top ranking for a record 237 weeks before being deposed by Rafael Nadal last August.

Ivanovic, who admits her emotions often get the better of her, said the Swiss master could teach her a lot about coping with the pressure of life at the top.

"I would love also to have opportunity to spend more time talking to him, because I think there is so many things I can learn from him, from his experience," she said.

"He's been in all positions you can imagine on a court, dealing with so much pressure, being in the position of number one for so long. It would be great to have the opportunity actually to speak with him a little bit more."

The 21-year-old said she had already taken some advice from Federer to heart.

"One year at the US Open I spoke to him," she said "He said that you just basically have to enjoy it and try not to think too much.

"I used to stress a lot about traveling so much and using so much time in traffic. He said 'you can't change that, you just have to accept it'.

"That's what people have been telling me anyway but when you it hear from someone like him, it gets stuck and means much more."

:worship:

http://www.monstersandcritics.com/sport/tennis/article_1481815.php/Kuznetsova_to_support_her_hero_Federer_after_lifti ng_trophy__Feature__

Federer has publically voiced his respect for her game, but the pair did not apparently actually chat until a curious incident from last summer's Beijing Olympics.



http://www.rediff.com/sports/2007/jun/04kuz.htm

When she saw it written in plain English, she had to pinch herself -- Roger Federer had picked out the Russian as his favourite player on the women's tour.

"I like her game, she plays well," Federer declared earlier in the week.


It sent Kuznetsova into a spin. "The Russian press told me and I thought 'No, it was a joke'. So I wanted to check it myself and read this on the Internet," the third seed said after reaching the quarter-finals at Roland Garros.

"If I would have to choose a compliment from anybody, it's definitely the best I ever heard. Roger is a legend and to hear him say that is almost a dream.

"It's unbelievable to hear my hero say this about my tennis."

A runner-up in Paris 12 months ago, Kuznetsova is now eager to back up Federer's endorsement by winning the title on Saturday.

"If he likes my game, I would like to prove it more," she said.

scarecrows
06-06-2009, 10:48 PM
http://naums.org/images/Good-Samaritan-Small.jpg

Action Jackson
06-06-2009, 10:51 PM
http://www.steveball.com/words/pictures/Songtiles/CaptainKumbaya-Vocal.jpg

anon57
06-06-2009, 10:58 PM
Fed. for the global warming problem. :rocker2:Fed to end world hunger and bring peace to the world:rocker2:

dorkino
06-06-2009, 11:16 PM
Fed to end world hunger and bring peace to the world:rocker2:

YYYYep.

Action Jackson
06-06-2009, 11:17 PM
Nadal turns wine into water and cure cancer, so Fed has other things to work on.

dorkino
06-06-2009, 11:19 PM
Nadal turns wine into water and cure cancer, so Fed has other things to work on.

:spit: I'm thinking me, you and Kim deserve a ban for trolling.

MacTheKnife
06-06-2009, 11:22 PM
Wow, I wonder who told her to just keep the ball in the court and wait for Safina to miss. :D

JolánGagó
06-06-2009, 11:23 PM
We are your fans too :sad:

http://www.concurringopinions.com/archives/hunger.jpg

nanoman
06-06-2009, 11:23 PM
Fed is saving the WTA. A much harder task than anything mentioned.

habibko
06-06-2009, 11:24 PM
Fed can end the Midde East war in 10 minutes: "Look you can only depend on yourselves. You can control it. If you can concentrate and live in peace, do this."
:worship:

Action Jackson
06-06-2009, 11:27 PM
We are your fans too :sad:

http://www.concurringopinions.com/archives/hunger.jpg

He is letting Mirka look after that side of things.

Chiseller
06-06-2009, 11:34 PM
'Only God I say can judge us. You know, this is it.'
:tape:

habibko
06-06-2009, 11:40 PM
'Only God I say can judge us. You know, this is it.'
:tape:

JesusFed like right there :worship:

ghostbear
06-06-2009, 11:46 PM
Not much of a help he gave if you take away all the sensationalism.

Certinfy
06-06-2009, 11:51 PM
I actually like Roger now :)

Crazy Girl
06-06-2009, 11:58 PM
I've read more than once that Sveta is Federer's favorite WTA player, including during Henin's reign.

Both have used squash shots as defensive-offensive weapons at this year's French.If it's so, Roger has the same taste of mine.
Sveta and Justin, my two favourite female tennis players.
The only two....in truth.;);););)

Hunny
06-07-2009, 01:24 AM
Wow!!! Go Roger! The true Champ :D He is so loved by all the players, just shows what a great sportsman he is:D

heya
06-07-2009, 01:33 AM
After all, Federer told ESPN, 'I kind of enjoy watching players suffer in hot weather in Australia' and
Tennis Channel's No Strings, 'It's nice to be important.' 'I like being powerful'.

Macbrother
06-07-2009, 02:08 AM
Oh Federer you cad you.

Guy Haines
06-07-2009, 02:18 AM
You can dig up just as many foot-in-mouth remarks about the WTA from Federer, but they'd be applauded here. Especially right now.

Kuhne
06-07-2009, 02:20 AM
Mirka, Kustnetsova......... its official, Federer is a porkerlover

Arkulari
06-07-2009, 03:29 AM
http://tennisworld.typepad.com/tennisworld/2009/06/this-is-not-a-good-day-to-be-dinara-safina-as-few-as-24-hours-ago-she-seemed-destined-to-win-her-first-major-in-three-trie.html

Triangle: Sveta, Marat, Roger
by Peter Bodo (TennisWorld)

Roger Federer may not have that elusive Roland Garros title in hand just yet, but according to Svetlana Kuznetsova, he gets an assist for the one she won today, as she derailed Dinara Safina's drive to validate her world no. 1 ranking by taking her first Grand Slam title in three appearances in major finals.

And, in a bizarre turn of irony that even Kuznetsova acknowledges, you can also dole out an assist to another man - the brother of the woman whose dreams she shattered today.

Kuznetsova won in a blowout, 6-4, 6-2 that left Safina barely able to wallow through her runner-up speech in a monosyllabic monotone. But in all fairness, it was her misfortune to play one of the most talented and mercurial players of top pros - one who had faced and overcome the challenges Safina has had such trouble navigating as she's become a contender at majors: finding just the right balance between aggression and prudence, between being emotionally too high and emotionally too low, between self-belief and humility. Kuznetsova passed her trial by fire when she won the U.S. Open singles title in 2004.

In retrospect, that massive if seemingly premature dose of success turned out to be a mixed blessing for Kuznetsova; today, she finally got to enjoy the upside of all she's been through. She handled the climate of the final like she was designed for it: sure-handed, determined, focused. Kuznetsova took command of the match early and put loads of pressure on her opponent. "She (Dinara) must learn to deal with this," she would say in a more private setting after her official presser. "But it's hard and I can feel for her, but you have to do it."

But it was about her own downside that the new Roland Garros champion was most articulate when she sat before the world press, wearing a white sports jacket with some sort of sparkles embedded in the fabric, her streaked blonde hair still pulled back in that pony tail that may be the perfect symbol of her makeover. And that's a transformation that may be deep-reaching.

We don't like to put too much stock in appearances, but sometimes they tell us a great deal. And for long periods in the interim since Sveta won that first major in New York, she seemed oblivious to how she looked, to the point that she sometimes seemed disheveled, unprepared, unprofessional. This mattered because the carelessness and the lack of self-respect that it implied showed in her patchy, undisciplined game - and her results. And while the implications of all this may be discomfiting, it's undeniable that tennis players, especially top players, are generally very fastidious about their appearance and, if anything, overly conscious of style, grooming, and fashion. Their workplace, after all, is in the public eye.

This isn't the most comfortable issue for anyone, including Kuznetsova. When she was asked if it was true that she had no contract with Fila (whose garment she wears), she just replied, "No comment." How can you blame her? Wouldn't you feel a little hurt if you were, like Kuznetsova, a perennial Top 5 player, and nobody thought enough of your overall talent and appeal to offer you a contract?

Anyway, let's return to the downside, rolling the calendar back to a little over 12 months ago. After she lost in Rome, Kuznetsova left for Moscow, which disappointed her coaches at the Sanchez-Casals Tennis Academy. She told them she didn't want to train; furthermore, she didn't want to return to Spain. She was discontented, and so deeply that over the following months there were times when she wanted to quit tennis. "I never felt it," she remembered, "But I said it."

One of the people she said that to was her friend and confidant, Marat Safin. "I said, 'Marat,' I don't know, maybe I should not play. He said, 'Okay, are you crazy or what? You have unbelievable opportunities. You just have to play.'"

Kuznetsova says that was the worst period for her, and it lasted for most of last year. She really felt the urge to move back to Russia, to Moscow, a longing that panicked some of her acquaintances and advisers. "I had so many people telling me, you won't be able to play here (Moscow), you won't be able to train here, because it's too much information; it's too much destruction, too much night life, or whatever."

Kuznetsova lost in the first round at the Olympic Games in Beijing; given her deeply-felt and oft-expressed patriotism, it was a devastating blow. She lingered at the Olympics, and one day took a gaggle of Russian female basketball players to see the tennis. At the facility, they saw Roger Federer and appealed to Sveta to get Federer to pose for a picture with them.

Sveta rolled her eyes, just remembering the incident. "You know how I love Roger," she said, "and I never came to him myself to ask for a picture. But it's easier to do something like that for other people so I did go to him. And I was looking at him and he was looking at me and he said, 'What do you want?' "

When Sveta told him, he said, 'Sure, no problem,' and posed with the girls. He also had a 10-minute talk with Kuznetsova - the first conversation she'd ever had with the icon. She told him about the terrible time she was having making a decision about where to live, and she says he told her: "Look, it's up to you. You can only depend on yourself. You can control it. If you can live in Moscow and concentrate, do this. If you cannot. . . only you can judge, you know."

Only you can judge. . . somehow, those words, she says, made that light bulb go on over her head. Of course! With the advice ringing in her ears, from a source she so admired, Kuznetsova made her final decision to re-locate for good at the end of the year. She returned to Moscow and began to work hard; soon she hired a new coach; fittingly enough, it was the Billie Jean King of women's pro tennis in Russia, Olga Morozova. Although the relationship did not last (Morozova has since been replaced by former doubles specialist Larissa Savchenko), Kuznetsova gave Morozova, along with Savchenko, significant credit for her win today.

Kuznetsova's friendship with Marat introduces a strange element in this saga, and one that may seem not entirely fair to Dinara. But Kuznetsova sees no reason for Safina to feel threatened or uncomfortable about her closeness with Marat. "There are many, many more tournaments, and she (Dinara) works very hard, she will win it one day. But it's true, me and Marat, we're similar - we hang out a lot, we talk about serious stuff. We go to places - I don't even want to get into what kind of places. . .

"So maybe I am more like him than is Dinara, yet she looks unbelievable like him. She walks like him, her backhand is like Marat's, her hands. . . I don't think she has pressure because of him. She is No. 1 now and anyway I always say pressure is something that just you can put on yourself. So Marat and I, we still friends. He help me a lot last year, with agents and stuff. And he texted me after the match, 'Congratulations.'"

Like some of the best Russian novels, Kuznetsova's personal history is a complex narrative simmering with psycho-dramatic undertones. I don't know about Roger - he seems to have a typically Swiss appreciation for the cut-and-dried. But Marat, now there's a guy who understands. It's quite a triangle.

What a load of CRAP :rolls:

So now, the soap is that Marat is somehow involved with Sveta and Dinara doesn't like that and Roger is thrown in the mix as counsellor?
and just where are Sveta and Marat going? if a Russian doesn't wanna talk about their hangouts is for something... :rolls:

Damn, Days of Our Lives has NOTHING on this :rolls:

finishingmove
06-07-2009, 03:38 AM
bizzare love triangle :dance:

Arkulari
06-07-2009, 03:42 AM
the whole "I'm friends with the brother of the girl I have just beaten" sounds like soap opera material :rolls:

finishingmove
06-07-2009, 03:46 AM
i sense a twist

dinara is sveta, sveta is dinara, marat is not anyone's brother but seeking revenge for something from the past, and mirka is roger's sister.

Bargearse
06-07-2009, 03:49 AM
Errr... I thought Safin was a ladies man. Federer could have a possible career after tennis as mentor to the ladies.

Caerula Sanguis
06-07-2009, 03:50 AM
After all, Federer told ESPN, 'I kind of enjoy watching players suffer in hot weather in Australia' and
Tennis Channel's No Strings, 'It's nice to be important.' 'I like being powerful'.

I don't know about the other quotes, but the one from No Strings was 'It's nice to be important, but it's more important to be nice.'

You just lose your credibility from intentional miss-quoting.

green25814
06-07-2009, 04:46 AM
Roger = WTA Yoda

'The top of spin must you use'

tennizen
06-07-2009, 04:50 AM
Yet another thread that confirms the greatness of Roger Federer:worship:

He should get the humanitarian of the year award imo

Arkulari
06-07-2009, 04:55 AM
oh and just to add to the story, the Safin mother was Sveta's first coach :rolls:

TennisViewer531
06-07-2009, 05:24 AM
Good, Federer - Kuznetsova: new tennis loveteam to watch. I'm sure Mirka will understand. :)

tennis2tennis
06-07-2009, 05:47 AM
Fed. for the global warming problem. :rocker2:


yep, Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban ki-Moon has got the Rog on speed dial;)

FedFan_2007
06-07-2009, 06:04 AM
After all, Federer told ESPN, 'I kind of enjoy watching players suffer in hot weather in Australia' and
Tennis Channel's No Strings, 'It's nice to be important.' 'I like being powerful'.

Well look. You don't win 13 slams by being a totally nice guy. He's a killer, nobody is denying that. But so is Nadal and Nole.

Forehander
06-07-2009, 06:07 AM
I think she's in love to be honest. Unfortunately Roger's taken though.

dylan24
06-07-2009, 06:18 AM
fed wont be able to help those serb losers ivanovic and jankovic
they are finished

Forehander
06-07-2009, 06:22 AM
fed wont be able to help those serb losers ivanovic and jankovic
they are finished

Of course. Federer shows clear disdain towards pretentious people

FedFan_2007
06-07-2009, 06:35 AM
Maybe Fed has something against Serbia, no? :shrug:

tennis2tennis
06-07-2009, 06:53 AM
Maybe Fed has something against Serbia, no? :shrug:

he likes ana (but that may be to the fact the she's based in Switzerland along with 90% of the french players!)

Forehander
06-07-2009, 06:53 AM
Maybe Fed has something against Serbia, no? :shrug:

Maybe. But there's no evidence he hates Serbia. But what we can point to is huge personality similarities between Jankovic, Ivanovic and Djokovic. They are extremely pretentious. In a way you may be correct, because it is the history of the country and culture that crafted alot of their population's personalities.

Guy Haines
06-07-2009, 08:41 AM
Of course. Federer shows clear disdain towards pretentious people

Definitely. Anna Wintour is salt of the earth. Didn't Pearl Buck write The Devil Wears Prada?

feuselino
06-07-2009, 09:03 AM
Haha, the WTA ladies love Roger... Bartoli needs to be mentioned here as well. ;)

The only exception I've heard from so far is Safina, she was a bit angry at Roger for his statement on being Nr.1 without a Slam...

JolánGagó
06-07-2009, 09:35 AM
the ever misterious Russian soul :rolleyes:

Commander Data
06-07-2009, 09:50 AM
After all, Federer told ESPN, 'I kind of enjoy watching players suffer in hot weather in Australia' and
Tennis Channel's No Strings, 'It's nice to be important.' 'I like being powerful'.

I hope Rogers RG win drives you over the edge.

Steelq
06-07-2009, 09:59 AM
Mind your own business
Jankovic tells Federer


PARIS (Reuters) - Roger Federer should concentrate on his own career rather than criticizing others, Serb Jelena Jankovic said on Tuesday after being irked by the Swiss master's unflattering verdict on her number one world ranking last year.

Last month, former world number one Federer hit out at the way the WTA rankings were calculated, saying a player who has never won a grand slam should not be granted the number one spot.

Jankovic reached the top spot in the WTA rankings in August having never won a major tournament. She lost her first grand slam final to American Serena Williams at last year's U.S. Open.

The Serb has since dropped down to third in the world following a shock fourth-round defeat to France's Marion Bartoli at the Australian Open.

"To be honest, I do not like to talk about players, I really prefer to focus on myself," Jankovic told Reuters in an interview at the Paris Open.

She said she could not understand why Federer felt the need to hit out at women's tennis while his great rival Rafa Nadal, who took over from the Swiss as world number one, was so "humble."

"Why should he even care? I don't like putting my nose in other's business.

"I mean, one thing I like about Nadal is that he is such a great champion, he is so humble, always has kind words for everybody, he is a role model for everybody," said Jankovic.

"Federer is a great champion, I don't want to get in a fight with him but why does he care, I really don't understand. Why does he need to do that?"

Federer also led the charge against Jankovic's compatriot Novak Djokovic when he quit because of the heat in his Australian Open quarter-final match against Andy Roddick.

"I'm almost in favor of saying, you know what, if you're not fit enough, just get out of here," the Swiss said.

Jankovic said Federer should not criticize fellow players. "I don't think it's nice to attack other players.

"If he retired, he probably had his reasons, he knows better. You cannot attack someone when you don't have proof, when you don't have a piece of evidence.

"There is no reason to offend him that way."



So nice and humble this Roger.

Kolya
06-07-2009, 10:48 AM
Federer's advice should have been - "Don't do what I did last year."

shanks
06-07-2009, 12:21 PM
thats old news

hablovah19
06-07-2009, 09:51 PM
Fed to end world hunger and bring peace to the world:rocker2:

Nadal turns wine into water and cure cancer, so Fed has other things to work on.

:haha: