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Blue Man's Needs

heya
02-08-2005, 11:33 AM
Last year, there were
25 clay tournaments
26 Hardcourt tournaments
5 carpet tournaments
6 grass tournaments
6 Rebound Ace Tournaments
:devil: :aplot:
A junk-free diet,
rigorous practice sessions with dirt court lovers + macho indoor court boys, soothing music, massages from Doug + a few more battles with foreigners are all he needs. :lick: :kiss:
:hug: Love and deep thoughts are necessary.
Grass is for ugly men, except for this U.S. boy. grrrr :D
Cancel Houston + some lame hardcourt events.

Best Case Scenario:
Andy gets psychiatric help from fans, makes Mardy Fish jealous about his volleys, then shuts up PMac/ex-buddy Gilbert/Mary Carillo/Manly Courier & other Nitwits.


The top 3 ranking's only temporary 'cuz Andy walked into Nitwitworld.
Time to be #1 player and #1 seducer of men, women and children again.
Lord knows, Kournikova doesn't have this skill. bitch :hearts:


Less time caring about the unfair tournament officials/opponents+audience would be best for him.
Just give the evil stare and celebrate revenge wins. :wavey:

MissFairy
02-08-2005, 11:55 AM
heyaa :hug:yknow your posts rock
good summing up....revenge wins are what andy does best, or well he used to...

he needs some against hewitt/fed, itd do him the whole world of good

Tytta!.
02-08-2005, 01:36 PM
yknow your posts rock

They really do! :) :worship:

Golfnduck
02-08-2005, 04:17 PM
LOL!!!! Great post Heya :lol:

tangerine_dream
02-08-2005, 04:57 PM
heya :worship:

Becarina
02-08-2005, 05:03 PM
beating Fed would give him a big confidence boost... :)

Tytta!.
02-08-2005, 05:06 PM
Beating Roger, Hewitt or/and Marat would do it ;)

Deboogle!.
02-08-2005, 05:24 PM
Beating Marat in an amazingly close/tough match didn't seem to help him much when he faced Hewitt three days or so later :o

But heya......:worship: back withe vengeance :haha:

MissFairy
02-08-2005, 05:26 PM
oohhhh deb, dont remind us please of that...ever. i think thats a memory best left in 2004, and yknow, never dug up again :(

beating federer on the other hand...

smucav
02-08-2005, 07:03 PM
beating federer on the other hand... I think beating The Fed in Montreal in 2003 was a catalyst for the run Andy went on the rest of the summer (just like The Fed finally beating Agassi & Nalbandian at the 2003 TMC was a catalyst for the run he went on in 2004). Andy can't spend all his time worrying about what The Fed is doing though (& I don't believe he does) since he has to get himself to final in order to even play him again anyway.

MissFairy
02-08-2005, 07:52 PM
oooo not anymore, nw hes seeded #3 he could meet him in the semis now :(
but yea i agree i dont think he bothers thinking a about it too much, but it must play on the mind sometimes...with all the runaway success he had in 2004
the fed/andy match in montreal 03 was a great for him i think too, understandbly so. :)

blosson
02-08-2005, 09:25 PM
After he crushes Federer in the Wimbledon 05 final, Andy will be presenting the next MTV movie awards. He will be back at the Letterman show, Connan, Regis and cia. We wil see a lot of Andy in the 3rd and 4th quarter of the year.

heya
02-08-2005, 10:01 PM
Commentators acted like they neither put doubt in Andy's mind nor encouraged him to play stupidly & to cancel clay tournaments.
They got
Andy's parents attention and rushed him to hire Gilbert to "help him win at the French Open." :tape: :o
No wonder, Andy got insecure when Bud Collins asked him about
changing coaches in 2003.

Funny how the ESPN commentators, especially Carillo, Gilbert & Pmc
pointed fingers at Andy's "troubling personality," but they looked uncomfortable when they sat next to each other.
They sure endorsed Gilbert when Andy lost in the
French Open (because he didn't train much in his whole life & his parents couldn't care less).
PMc felt self-conscious because he wasn't watching Gilbert
in the stands.

Isn't it too bad that Andy isn't man enough for these "mature" commentators?
How ironic that they mocked him & lied about him.
We can't forget Gilbert's so-called book that Andy endorsed!

ESPN people love to insult Andy, but they participated in his ESPN biography too.
I wonder why he, his family & friends were so naive to talk about his life when he hadn't
done much yet.

Thankfully, in a few years, we won't have to see the same controlling people &
Andy will find decent role models.

blosson
02-08-2005, 10:27 PM
yeah, he should move to Sweden...

Chloe le Bopper
02-08-2005, 10:44 PM
Marry me Heya :hearts:

heya
02-08-2005, 10:53 PM
Yahhh
Thank goodness... John Mc's show was cancelled with 0 ratings in all countries!!! :woohoo: :worship:
Imagine Andy salivating over players that John adores.
I like metrosexual behaviour, but please, no exaggerations!!!!! :bolt:

I don't like Regis either.
He was really immature when he interviewed Andy and Candy Mandy.