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Federer, champion of the champions...

Marine
01-02-2006, 07:50 AM
... according to the (very serious) :p newspaper l'Equipe.

Roger Federer élu "champion des champions mondiaux 2005" par L'Equipe

PARIS (AFP) - Le Suisse Roger Federer, numéro 1 mondial du tennis, a été élu "champion des champions mondiaux 2005" par les rédactions du quotidien sportif L'Equipe paru lundi.

Federer, vainqueur de 95,2% de ses matches (81 victoires pour 4 défaites) pour enlever 11 titres dont Wimbledon et l'US Open en 2005, devance nettement l'Italien Valentino Rossi, champion du monde de MotoGP pour la cinquième fois, et l'Espagnol Fernando Alonso, champion du monde de Formule 1.

A 24 ans, Federer succède au palmarès au Marocain Hicham El Guerrouj, lauréat 2004 pour ses deux titres olympiques (1500 et 5000 m) à Athènes. Il est le deuxième joueur de tennis à recevoir cette distinction après l'Américain Andre Agassi, honoré en 1999.


I agree with them :angel:


Interview

http://www.lequipe.fr/Tennis/TROPHEE_FEDERER_05.html


FEDERER FAIT L'UNANIMITÉ
Par Sophie DORGAN, à Zurich

Impérial sur le court et en dehors, Roger Federer fait l'unanimité. Après une nouvelle saison exceptionnelle marquée par deux titres en Grand Chelem, le numéro un mondial a été élu "Champion des champions Monde 2005" par les rédactions de L'Equipe. Le Suisse revient sur son année, explique les clés de son succès et dévoile ses objectifs pour 2006.


«Agassi à New-York, c'était incroyable»

«Roger Federer, que ressentez-vous après avoir reçu le titre de champion des champions décerné par les rédactions de L'Equipe ?
- C'est une grande fierté, surtout quand je regarde le palmarès et tous les athlètes qui ont déjà remporté ce beau trophée. Rossi et Alonso ont fait aussi une saison incroyable. Tous les trois, nous avons vraiment connu de bonnes années et maintenant je suis élu, c'est super. L'année dernière, j'avais déjà réalisé une superbe saison mais Hicham El-Guerrouj méritait encore plus que moi parce que c'était l'année des Jeux Olympiques. Et maintenant, je ne vais pas dire "enfin moi", mais c'est vrai que cela fait du bien.

Les raisons de votre élection se perçoivent aisément : 81 victoires pour 4 défaites, 11 titres, et le doublé Wimbledon - US Open pour la deuxième année d'affilée. Au-delà de ce bilan chiffré, que vous reste-il de cette année ?
- D'abord d'avoir réussi une nouvelle année incroyable après celle de 2004 qui était exceptionnelle. J'ai de nouveau réalisé de super matches. J'ai en mémoire la demi-finale contre Safin même si je l'ai perdue, la victoire à Wimbledon, le Laureus World Sports Awards... J'ai vraiment passé une superbe année... Il y a également l'US Open. C'était magnifique, la finale contre Agassi à New-York, il faut imaginer ça... Et puis la victoire, les victoires : 81 matches gagnés et seulement 4 perdus, c'est quand même pas beaucoup alors je crois que c'est pour cela que je suis assis à côté de ce trophée.

Si vous ne deviez garder qu'une image de cette saison laquelle choisiriez-vous ?
- Wimbledon, c'est toujours tellement spécial... Mais le match le plus intense était celui contre Agassi à l'US Open, parce qu'Agassi à New-York, c'était incroyable. Vraiment. En plus, j'étais en difficulté et je m'en suis sorti. On jouait dans le plus grand stade qui existe pour le tennis... J'étais tellement soulagé et content après cette finale, c'était vraiment super.

Sur un plan technique, ce serait peut-être la finale à Wimbledon, et sur un plan émotionnel, ce serait l'US Open ?
- A Wimbledon, c'est toujours très émouvant quand même. Je pense que j'ai mieux joué contre Roddick ou il m'a laissé mieux jouer. A l'US Open, Agassi m'a plus dominé du fond de court, c'était plus difficile d'entrer dans la partie. On se sent encore mieux après des matches où l'on doit plus travailler même si la finale contre Roddick c'était tellement... parfait. Alors les deux moments étaient vraiment très sympa à vivre.

Avez-vous un regret concernant le Masters de Shanghaï ?
- Non pas du tout, c'est même un succès pour moi. Je suis arrivé avec une blessure, il ne faut pas oublier que c'est la plus grave blessure que j'ai connue, je me suis tordu la cheville, j'avais arraché un ligament. Je n'étais pas bien, j'avais seulement quatre semaines et demie pour me préparer. Je suis arrivé en me disant "je fais trois matches et je rentre à la maison", mais j'ai gagné quatre matches et j'ai perdu de justesse en finale. Pour moi, c'est peut-être le tournoi avec le plus d'émotions que j'ai vécu cette année.

On vous sent très calme, très serein, très confiant alors que jeune vous étiez plutôt impulsif et nerveux, comment avez-vous appris à devenir un maître zen ?
- C'est une longue histoire, cela m'a pris beaucoup de temps et ce n'était vraiment pas facile. Jusqu'à 20 ans , j'avais beaucoup de peine à me concentrer, en termes de régularité. J'y arrivais sur un match ou deux, peut-être sur un tournoi mais pas sur la longueur. J'ai pris une décision, je vais être plus calme, je vais me concentrer sur le jeu et ne plus user de l'énergie sur le plan émotionnel. Cela a commencé à marcher, j'ai atteint les quarts de finale à Roland-Garros et à Wimbledon, j'ai battu Sampras. Tout se passait bien , puis tout d'un coup je n'étais plus content... Je n'arrivais plus à trouver ce feu à l'intérieur de moi. J'étais aussi beaucoup critiqué à ce moment-là : "est-ce qu'il essaye vraiment". Cela ne me plaisait pas du tout, j'ai donc essayé de retrouver du plaisir à gagner des matches, cela m'a pris beaucoup de temps, des mois peut-être une année. C'est à partir de ce moment que les résultats sont vraiment venus. Je dois dire que ce titre à Wimbledon en 2003 est arrivé au bon moment, avant je n'étais pas encore prêt pour les grands titres , ma carrière a pris son temps, j'ai pris mon temps et tout d'un coup cela a marché.

Votre travail physique avec Pierre Paganini vous a-t-il aidé dans cette quête de confiance ?
- Pour moi, c'était très important sur un plan mental. Je savais que plus je travaillais physiquement, plus je me sentirai fort mentalement. De plus en 2004, qui était pour moi l'année parfaite, je n'avais pas de coach, alors j'ai passé beaucoup de temps avec Pierre, nous avons parlé ensemble, et c'est certainement aussi grâce à lui que j'ai fait cette superbe année.

On parle souvent et à juste titre de votre immense talent, mais finalement assez peu de votre travail... Quelle part attribuez-vous au travail et au talent dans votre réussite ?
- Je crois que le talent m'a amené jusqu'à la 10ème place mondiale environ, même si je travaillais déjà avant. Après, pour faire le pas supplémentaire, il faut travailler parce que je pense qu'il faut posséder un talent surnaturel comme peut-être Martina Hingis pour vraiment arriver au top, top, même si elle travaillait super dur depuis qu'elle avait 2 ans, il faut imaginer cela aussi. Aujourd'hui, les matches sont tellement durs physiquement et mentalement que le talent ne suffit plus.

Aujourd'hui, Roland-Garros est le seul tournoi qui vous résiste. Est-ce votre priorité ?
- J'aimerais bien l'avoir, c'est sûr ! Mais je vais me préparer de la même manière pour les quatre tournois du Grand Chelem, je ne peux pas faire différemment. Je fais demi-finale à Roland-Garros cette année, alors je crois que si je peux faire une demi-finale, je peux aussi gagner ! Maintenant, je me réjouis beaucoup de ce challenge. Avec mon coach Tony Roche, nous avons beaucoup discuté. Il m'a parlé de la manière dont il veut que je joue et j'ai expliqué ma façon de voir les choses pour remporter ce tournoi. Et c'est vrai que si je remporte Roland-Garros, je gagne quatre tournois du Grand Chelem, et cela, peu de gens l'ont fait, alors ce serait une merveille.

Et comment faut-il jouer pour gagner Roland-Garros ?
- Ah... Il faut se battre, être mentalement très fort, dur, ne pas avoir peur des longs échanges et tout cela. Il faut surtout, je pense, de l'entraînement, cela compte double, il faut vraiment prendre les entraînements comme si c'étaient des matches.

Peut-on gagner Roland-Garros en étant offensif ?
- Oui, je pense, mais je dirai avec une agressivité contrôlée...

A Roland-Garros justement, on a vu votre rivalité avec Rafael Nadal. Pensez-vous que cela peut devenir un remake des Borg - McEnroe d'antan ou des Agassi - Sampras ?
- Je ne crois pas que Borg et McEnroe se soient tellement affrontés, mais c'est vrai qu'il y avait des rivalités incroyables, avec Sampras - Agassi surtout, peut-être Connors - Lendl... Je ne pense pas qu'on va vraiment revoir ce type de rivalités parce qu'on ne se rencontre pas assez, je ne sais pas pourquoi... Peut-être qu'on a trop de bons joueurs, on peut perdre trop tôt. Mais c'est vrai que Nadal, Roddick, Safin, Hewitt et moi, on va encore souvent s'affronter, mais entre nous cinq et pas seulement entre nous deux.

Pour finir, c'est la période des voeux actuellement. Que peut-on vous souhaiter pour 2006 ?
- Tout de bon, ça me suffit ! Vraiment, tout simple !

Des victoires, quand même ?
- Oui ! Plus qu'une si possible !»

Hola Mr. SK
01-02-2006, 08:18 AM
:retard: translation pls :wavey: ;)

Federerthebest
01-02-2006, 08:57 AM
Federer.
Lord Of Lords.
King Of Kings.
Champion Of Champions.

:worship:

bokehlicious
01-02-2006, 09:41 AM
Thanks for the interview. ;) In particular this part:

"On parle souvent et à juste titre de votre immense talent, mais finalement assez peu de votre travail... Quelle part attribuez-vous au travail et au talent dans votre réussite ?
- Je crois que le talent m'a amené jusqu'à la 10ème place mondiale environ, même si je travaillais déjà avant. Après, pour faire le pas supplémentaire, il faut travailler parce que je pense qu'il faut posséder un talent surnaturel comme peut-être Martina Hingis pour vraiment arriver au top, top, même si elle travaillait super dur depuis qu'elle avait 2 ans, il faut imaginer cela aussi. Aujourd'hui, les matches sont tellement durs physiquement et mentalement que le talent ne suffit plus."


"We often speak about your huge talent, and finally a few about your workout sessions.
- Well, I think talent lift me up around the #10 spot, even if I was still working hard. After that, do make the supplementary step, anyone has to work really very hard, or have a surnatural talent like maybe Hingis, even though she works hard since she's 2 years old.
Nowadays you have to remember that every matches are really physically and mentaly tough that talent cannot do the job alone..."

Hola Mr. SK
01-02-2006, 10:04 AM
"We often speak about your huge talent, and finally a few about your workout sessions.
- Well, I think talent lift me up around the #10 spot, even if I was still working hard. After that, do make the supplementary step, anyone has to work really very hard, or have a surnatural talent like maybe Hingis, even though she works hard since she's 2 years old.
Nowadays you have to remember that every matches are really physically and mentaly tough that talent cannot do the job alone..."
Did he indicate that he'd play mixed dubs with Martina again? :p
In that case, they'd win tons of GS titles for sure. :angel: :worship:

Marine
01-02-2006, 10:07 AM
Did he indicate that he'd play mixed dubs with Martina again? :p
In that case, they'd win tons of GS titles for sure. :angel: :worship:

Could be interesting ! :)

Truc
01-02-2006, 10:51 AM
Thanks for the interview. ;) Didn't you complain a few days ago in GM that "L'Équipe" is pretty harsh with Federer? I read that somewhere and found it surprising, but I didn't answer to it because it was an old thread and quite off-topic.
What were you referring to exactly? "L'Équipe" always talks very highly of Federer imo.
(Sorry if it wasn't you and I mistake you for somebody else!)

Fergie
01-02-2006, 11:55 AM
Congrats Rogi! :yeah:

bokehlicious
01-02-2006, 12:54 PM
Didn't you complain a few days ago in GM that "L'Équipe" is pretty harsh with Federer? I read that somewhere and found it surprising, but I didn't answer to it because it was an old thread and quite off-topic.
What were you referring to exactly? "L'Équipe" always talks very highly of Federer imo.
(Sorry if it wasn't you and I mistake you for somebody else!)

In fact I admit that I don't read l'Equipe every day, but I find them pretty unfair with Roger's achievements (for example, the 3 only times that Roger did the cover last year was after the 3 defeats vs Safin, Gasquet and Nadal)...

nobama
01-02-2006, 01:00 PM
http://i15.photobucket.com/albums/a377/jsnash/rf_lequipe.jpg

Federer would not swap Wimbledon for French Open title (http://today.reuters.co.uk/news/newsArticle.aspx?type=tennisNews&storyID=URI:urn:newsml:reuters.com:20060102:MTFH96 213_2006-01-02_12-41-57_L02498618:1)

PARIS, Jan 2 (Reuters) - Wimbledon is world number one Roger Federer's favourite tournament and he would rather triumph there again than win a first French Open.

Asked whether he would swap his Wimbledon crown for the only grand slam title to elude him, Federer told Monday's issue of sports daily L'Equipe: "I should but I don't think so.

"Wimbledon will always be closer to my heart, even if I realise that winning at Roland Garros would enhance my resume," said the Swiss, who captured his third straight Wimbledon title last year.

Federer was named 2005 Sportsman of the Year by L'Equipe ahead of Italy's world motorcycling champion Valentino Rossi and Spain's Formula One champion Fernando Alonso.

Seven-times Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong came 21st in the vote by journalists of L'Equipe, the sports daily that published a story alleging the American had taken the banned blood booster EPO (erythropoietin) in his 1999 Tour-winning campaign.

Armstrong, who retired after the 2005 race, has denied ever taking performance-enhancing drugs.

Federer, who lost only four matches last season, said: "I am proud of my season. Losing only four matches is amazing when you look at the level of men's tennis."

The highlight of his 2005 run, he said, was beating Andy Roddick in the Wimbledon final.

"That day, I had no doubts about my game," he said. "Feeling that is exceptional. Sometimes, it strikes me from the first game and I know there is no chance I might lose."

mike
01-02-2006, 01:28 PM
On my website, you have the full article (4 pages) in French of course :
http://www.blog-tennis.com/tennis/r/federer-lequipe.pdf

Marine
01-02-2006, 01:46 PM
Merci Mike, thiese artciles are very great ! 2 hours with him for the pics, the radio, the interview, wow !
I like when he says about Puerta's affair "c'est vous qui l'avez sorti, celle-là ?" lol.... but it makes me nervous to read again this passion for wimbledon. I won't never understand....

adee-gee
01-02-2006, 01:48 PM
PARIS, Jan 2 (Reuters) - Wimbledon is world number one Roger Federer's favourite tournament and he would rather triumph there again than win a first French Open.
Who is he trying to kid :shrug:

Federerthebest
01-02-2006, 01:49 PM
lol.... but it makes me nervous to read again this passion for wimbledon. I won't never understand....

It's because Wimbledon is the tournament for true champions of the sport like Roger, whilst the French Open is for topspin bitches like Gaudio.

Marine
01-02-2006, 01:56 PM
The problem is Gaudio is able to win it, not Federer, and if I was him, to win this grand slam, (which is the harder one to win) would be an obsession !
Usually the champions like challenges, and RG is a big challenge.
It's easier to win several times a tournament where he has no problem, where he feels unbeatable than to fight hard to win on the surface of clay specialists.
It's a bit like if he would think "okay, RG is too hard, nevermind, at least I have Wimbledon". He's not motived enough according to me, he thinks like Sampras, and we know his palmares ...dommage !!!!!!
Why to underestimate a tournament he's not able to win ????????

adee-gee
01-02-2006, 01:57 PM
It's because Wimbledon is the tournament for true champions of the sport like Roger, whilst the French Open is for topspin bitches like Gaudio.
:wavey: ys.

If anyone believes Roger when he says he'd rather win a 4th Wimbledon than win the French Open then they need their heads checked.

nobama
01-02-2006, 02:19 PM
:wavey: ys.

If anyone believes Roger when he says he'd rather win a 4th Wimbledon than win the French Open then they need their heads checked.Well IMO he has a better chance of winning a 4th Wimbledon than RG in 2006 so I'm not surprised he says that. But if he wins RG would he say he'd swap it for another Wimbledon title. No way.

1sun
01-02-2006, 02:20 PM
:wavey: ys.

If anyone believes Roger when he says he'd rather win a 4th Wimbledon than win the French Open then they need their heads checked.
:retard:

Saumon
01-02-2006, 02:32 PM
there's a video here http://jt.france2.fr/13h/ (time: 30:48) ;)

adee-gee
01-02-2006, 02:43 PM
Well IMO he has a better chance of winning a 4th Wimbledon than RG in 2006 so I'm not surprised he says that. But if he wins RG would he say he'd swap it for another Wimbledon title. No way.
Yes of course he's got more chance of winning a 4th Wimbledon than RG. But in my opinion there's no way, if given the choice of which one he could win would he choose a 4th Wimbledon. No matter how many Wimbledon's he wins, they'll always be a little doubt about him if he never wins the French Open. Just ask Mr Sampras.

ExpectedWinner
01-02-2006, 02:46 PM
He doesn't need to talk about RG passionately to win it. He always seems cold toward USO but he does the job there. The less talking he does about RG , the better.

nobama
01-02-2006, 02:52 PM
Yes of course he's got more chance of winning a 4th Wimbledon than RG. But in my opinion there's no way, if given the choice of which one he could win would he choose a 4th Wimbledon. No matter how many Wimbledon's he wins, they'll always be a little doubt about him if he never wins the French Open. Just ask Mr Sampras.No I agree. That's why I said there's no way he'd trade in a RG title for another Wimbledon title.

Pea
01-02-2006, 03:02 PM
Seven-times Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong came 21st in the vote by journalists of L'Equipe, the sports daily that published a story alleging the American had taken the banned blood booster EPO (erythropoietin) in his 1999 Tour-winning campaign.

Armstrong, who retired after the 2005 race, has denied ever taking performance-enhancing drugs.

:haha:

adee-gee
01-02-2006, 03:09 PM
No I agree. That's why I said there's no way he'd trade in a RG title for another Wimbledon title.
Is this our first ever agreement? :eek: :D

BlackSilver
01-02-2006, 03:12 PM
:wavey: ys.



Why?

Truc
01-02-2006, 03:54 PM
In fact I admit that I don't read l'Equipe every day, but I find them pretty unfair with Roger's achievements (for example, the 3 only times that Roger did the cover last year was after the 3 defeats vs Safin, Gasquet and Nadal)...Thanks, I didn't know that. Who made the cover after Wimbledon and the US Open then?
I don't read "L'Équipe" every day either, but the articles about Fed are usually very laudatory, so I was honestly wondering when I read your post last time.
Today's issue makes up for the rest, I guess!

adee-gee
01-02-2006, 03:56 PM
Why?
It was a very ys post ;)

DrJules
01-02-2006, 04:04 PM
Yes of course he's got more chance of winning a 4th Wimbledon than RG. But in my opinion there's no way, if given the choice of which one he could win would he choose a 4th Wimbledon. No matter how many Wimbledon's he wins, they'll always be a little doubt about him if he never wins the French Open. Just ask Mr Sampras.

Very True.

I was very surprised that the absence of a French Open crown did not prevent Sampras being considered the best player of the last 40 years in a recent poll. Admittedly, the period covered did exclude half the career of Rod Laver.

nkhera1
01-02-2006, 05:15 PM
He deserved to win this title and its good to see him have it.

BlackSilver
01-02-2006, 08:33 PM
It was a very ys post ;)

Based on what?

BlackSilver
01-02-2006, 08:37 PM
Very True.

I was very surprised that the absence of a French Open crown did not prevent Sampras being considered the best player of the last 40 years in a recent poll. Admittedly, the period covered did exclude half the career of Rod Laver.

Predictable. More recent players always will have advantage in these kind of pool, since they are the ones that the big public saw to play

Corey Feldman
01-03-2006, 02:27 AM
Yes of course he's got more chance of winning a 4th Wimbledon than RG. But in my opinion there's no way, if given the choice of which one he could win would he choose a 4th Wimbledon. No matter how many Wimbledon's he wins, they'll always be a little doubt about him if he never wins the French Open. Just ask Mr Sampras.Dont agree with that..
Roger, like sampy, love that domination of Wimbledon.. they almost see it as their own tourney, they own it, plus lets be honest, Wimbledon IS thee greatest prize in tennis.....
i really think Fed would be more tortured if someone like Roddick, Hewitt or whoever had that tag of Wimby champion for the year, over him ...even if he did win RG.(as sampras felt in 96 when Krajicek ended his run, only made sampy even more motivated to win the next 4 wimbers)..
anyhow, wont matter coz Federer's gonna win them both this summer whilst monkey boy Nadal sucks on his dust :D

adee-gee
01-03-2006, 04:36 PM
Dont agree with that..
Roger, like sampy, love that domination of Wimbledon.. they almost see it as their own tourney, they own it, plus lets be honest, Wimbledon IS thee greatest prize in tennis.....
i really think Fed would be more tortured if someone like Roddick, Hewitt or whoever had that tag of Wimby champion for the year, over him ...even if he did win RG.(as sampras felt in 96 when Krajicek ended his run, only made sampy even more motivated to win the next 4 wimbers)..
anyhow, wont matter coz Federer's gonna win them both this summer whilst monkey boy Nadal sucks on his dust :D
Totally disagree. Sampras was undoubtedly very motivated to win Wimbledon every year, but if someone said they'd swap 1 of his Wimbledon titles for a French Open title he'd do it without a shadow of a doubt in my opinion. As for Wimbledon being the greatest prize in tennis, some think otherwise :shrug:

adee-gee
01-03-2006, 04:38 PM
Based on what?
Everything the guy said. Go back and read some posts by a guy named ys and you'll see what I'm talking about :)

World Beater
01-03-2006, 06:16 PM
Totally disagree. Sampras was undoubtedly very motivated to win Wimbledon every year, but if someone said they'd swap 1 of his Wimbledon titles for a French Open title he'd do it without a shadow of a doubt in my opinion. As for Wimbledon being the greatest prize in tennis, some think otherwise :shrug:

thats wrong

sampras was asked this question. He said he wouldnt trade any of his seven wimby's for a lone rg title.

Corey Feldman
01-04-2006, 02:45 PM
As for Wimbledon being the greatest prize in tennis, some think otherwise :shrug:Well spanish and south american clay munchers dont count :devil:

Gigan
01-04-2006, 08:24 PM
Federer.
Lord Of Lords.
King Of Kings.
Champion Of Champions.

:worship:

Here is the fisrt King of the Kings:

http://www.lequipe.fr/vp/photos/Tennis/vp_semaine1504_001.jpg

Andre Agassi was already named as the First Tennis Player -
Champion of the Champions in 1999!

Federer is second winner... :wavey:

Dirk
01-04-2006, 09:05 PM
Roger can win RG and he will win it this year.

Gigan
01-05-2006, 09:21 AM
Roger can win RG and he will win it this year.

who cares...

missbungle
01-05-2006, 09:37 AM
who cares...
:yeah:

bokehlicious
01-05-2006, 09:40 AM
Here is the fisrt King of the Kings:

http://www.lequipe.fr/vp/photos/Tennis/vp_semaine1504_001.jpg

Andre Agassi was already named as the First Tennis Player -
Champion of the Champions in 1999!

Federer is second winner... :wavey:


Who cares...

Gigan
01-05-2006, 10:00 AM
:yeah:
:wavey:

hitchhiker
01-05-2006, 03:09 PM
Roger Federer sleeps with a night light. Not because Federer is afraid of the dark, but the dark is afraid of Federer

Corey Feldman
01-05-2006, 03:16 PM
Here is the fisrt King of the Kings:

http://www.lequipe.fr/vp/photos/Tennis/vp_semaine1504_001.jpg

Andre Agassi was already named as the First Tennis Player -
Champion of the Champions in 1999!

Federer is second winner... :wavey:
too bad Andre's Australian Open Career was ended by a straight set ass whopping by Federer in the Quarter Final :wavey:

and probable U.S Open/ever winning a 9th GS title as well.
:)

Bibir
01-05-2006, 03:35 PM
Roger can win RG and he will win it this year.
C'mon we all know that Marat, his new improved knee and all his nicknames are going to win RG this year! :)

And don't say "who cares"..because I care and 90% of teenies who live in France too. :sad:

BlackSilver
01-05-2006, 03:35 PM
Everything the guy said. Go back and read some posts by a guy named ys and you'll see what I'm talking about :)

I follow YS posts here at a long time, and based on it, your claim doesn't have any foundation. There are lots of people here that fancy Wimbledon and doesn't like Gaudio and the style of posting of FederetheBest is grossly different compared to the of ys

BlackSilver
01-05-2006, 03:40 PM
Well spanish and south american clay munchers dont count :devil:

And english and australians count?

Keep believing in that, perhaps it will become true then.

Dirk
01-05-2006, 03:50 PM
C'mon we all know that Marat, his new improved knee and all his nicknames are going to win RG this year! :)

And don't say "who cares"..because I care and 90% of teenies who live in France too. :sad:

Marat will get a nice dinner tray at RG this year. :)

Corey Feldman
01-05-2006, 04:06 PM
because I care and 90% of teenies who live in France too. :sad:bibi the little teenie :drool:
:hug:

Gigan
01-05-2006, 09:35 PM
Roger Federer sleeps with a night light. Not because Federer is afraid of the dark, but the dark is afraid of Federer

it's not true,
it seems your roger is afraid of the light...
look, he is (in) the dark
here:

http://www.masters-cup.com/en/players/photogallery/photos/2005-11-20/f_pic-11-20-05-n06-g.jpg

Saumon
01-05-2006, 09:40 PM
C'mon we all know that Marat, his new improved knee and all his nicknames are going to win RG this year! :)

And don't say "who cares"..because I care and 90% of teenies who live in France too. :sad:
yes he will :yeah: and even the french girls who are not teenies anymore care! :p

Gigan
01-05-2006, 09:44 PM
yes he will :yeah: and even the french girls who are not teenies anymore care! :p

90 % of the girls in the rest of the world cares on David Nalbandian !!! ;)

http://www.masters-cup.com/en/players/photogallery/photos/2005-11-20/f_pic-11-20-05-n06-g.jpg

look he is more nice!!! :wavey: :)

Saumon
01-05-2006, 09:45 PM
90 % of the girls in the rest of the world cares on David Nalbandian !!! ;)

i dont think so :p

Gigan
01-05-2006, 09:48 PM
i dont think so :p
you need not think, only look on the pic poor girl :p :wavey: ;) :)

Saumon
01-05-2006, 09:50 PM
you need not think, only look on the pic poor girl :p :wavey: ;) :)
who said i was a good girl? :devil:

Bibir
01-05-2006, 10:17 PM
who said i was a good girl? :devil:
Who said that you were a girl? :angel:

Saumon
01-05-2006, 10:20 PM
Who said that you were a girl? :angel:
:p

Bibir
01-05-2006, 10:22 PM
90 % of the girls in the rest of the world cares on David Nalbandian !!! ;)
look he is more nice!!! :wavey: :)
Hope is life Gigan! :)

If federer was armenian I suppose that you would the happiest fan of the world, no?

Gigan
01-05-2006, 10:32 PM
Hope is life Gigan! :)

If federer was armenian I suppose that you would the happiest fan of the world, no?
i'm happiest man because of Andre!
Hope is life Birbir!

and you?
what you will do, if federer will be not nr1?
you will stay with him or with next nr1?

Bibir
01-05-2006, 10:42 PM
Marat will get a nice dinner tray at RG this year. :)
No, Losing is not an option. As a good FRENCH teenie I will fight for him and I'll take extreme measures: I'll boo his opponent as hard as I can and the other teenies around me will boo him too :o ...and My baby will win! :D ;)

bibi the little teenie :drool:
:hug:
Hi sweetie! :kiss:

Gigan
01-05-2006, 11:00 PM
No, Losing is not an option. As a good FRENCH teenie I will fight for him and I'll take extreme measures: I'll boo his opponent as hard as I can and the other teenies around me will boo him too :o ...and My baby will win! :D ;)


Hi sweetie! :kiss:
"FRENCH"?
so many times you're trying to note it,
i'm not sure now you are "FRENCH", and teenie? no... ;)
how old is your mom, birbir?

Bibir
01-05-2006, 11:11 PM
i'm happiest man because of Andre!
Hope is life Birbir!
At least Babar is funny...

and you?
what you will do, if federer will be not nr1?
you will stay with him or with next nr1?
Me, a Federer fan?? :eek: :spit: :rolls:

I only stay above, under or next to Marat Safin! :p
I don't care about player's ATP ranking, just the size of their "lightsaber". :drool:

Agassi was my fav player when I was very young, he was funny, fresh and very talented...I was even sleeping with his shirt (I was like -6 years old) :o Then he shaved his head and became a robot! :sad: :shrug:

"Barev" Gigan! (You will understand only if you speak armenian!) ;)

Gigan
01-05-2006, 11:21 PM
At least Babar is funny...


Me, a Federer fan?? :eek: :spit: :rolls:

I only stay above, under or next to Marat Safin! :p
I don't care about player's ATP ranking, just the size of their "lightsaber". :drool:

Agassi was my fav player when I was very young, he was funny, fresh and very talented...I was even sleeping with his shirt (I was like -6 years old) :o Then he shaved his head and became a robot! :sad: :shrug:

"Barev" Gigan! (You will understand only if you speak armenian!) ;)

if Andre is robot, who are the rest?
Andre shows most beautiful tennis "twenni" years long
look on him, he was in Paris!
http://www.lequipe.fr/vp/photos/Tennis/vp_semaine1504_001.jpg

armenian? not only, i speak more four languages,
but not french...but i like to...

Bibir
01-05-2006, 11:30 PM
"FRENCH"?
so many times you're trying to note it,
i'm not sure now you are "FRENCH", and teenie? no... ;)
So many times???...Only two times if my count is right. :)
I emphasized my nationality because I said that I boo a lot and you know that frenchies like to boo...Nothing more!...Oh, and I was only kidding.

I was born and live in France (oops I said it again!) but I have russian blood and I even have some armenians in my family. :p

how old is your mom, birbir?
Who cares? :confused:

Type my name correctly, please! I never disrespected you I think! :rolleyes:

Only Mickey has the right to call me Bibi!

Gigan
01-05-2006, 11:34 PM
So many times???...Only two times if my count is right. :)
I emphasized my nationality because I said that I boo a lot and you know that frenchies like to boo...Nothing more!...Oh, and I was only kidding.

I was born and live in France (oops I said it again!) but I have russian blood and I even have some armenians in my family. :p


Who cares? :confused:

Type my name correctly, please! I never disrespected you I think! :rolleyes:

Only Mickey has the right to call me Bibi!

OK Bibir! :wavey:

you're russian or tatarian?
Safin is...

Bibir
01-05-2006, 11:58 PM
if Andre is robot, who are the rest?
Andre shows most beautiful tennis "twenni" years long
look on him, he was in Paris!
I don't need to look at your pic, I remember perfectly the match. I was very happy for him because I knew that RG was his fav tournament and I was also very sad for Medvedev because that day he deserved more to win...Agassi deserved to win 1991 when he was against Courier.

But that's not the point. I respect his carreer and his achievements but he's not anymore the AGASSI I used to like. I liked his originality, he was amazing..Now yes, I think he's like a robot..the way he walks, the way he drinks, the way he smiles, the way he correct his shirt,the way he plays, etc..it's not natural and I'm easily bored when I watch him play. :yawn:

I hope that he'll win a big title and retire like a champion.

armenian? not only, i speak more four languages,
but not french...but i like to...
Where are you from?

Bibir
01-06-2006, 12:06 AM
OK Bibir! :wavey:

you're russian or tatarian?
Safin is...
Yes, Safin is a fiery Tatar..But not me. My family lives in Sochi, next to the Black sea. But I don't really see myself as a russian...only when I want to babysit Marat. ;)

Gigan
01-06-2006, 12:21 AM
I don't need to look at your pic, I remember perfectly the match. I was very happy for him because I knew that RG was his fav tournament and I was also very sad for Medvedev because that day he deserved more to win...Agassi deserved to win 1991 when he was against Courier.

But that's not the point. I respect his carreer and his achievements but he's not anymore the AGASSI I used to like. I liked his originality, he was amazing..Now yes, I think he's like a robot..the way he walks, the way he drinks, the way he smiles, the way he correct his shirt,the way he plays, etc..it's not natural and I'm easily bored when I watch him play. :yawn:

I hope that he'll win a big title and retire like a champion.



he was and is a champion!
why you like him to retire?
when Andre will retire, tennis will loose...
Hope David will continue Andre's job


Where are you from?
because of daddy's job
we changed different places...
now i'm in west europe

Corey Feldman
01-06-2006, 01:29 AM
it's not true,
it seems your roger is afraid of the light...
look, he is (in) the dark
here:

http://www.masters-cup.com/en/players/photogallery/photos/2005-11-20/f_pic-11-20-05-n06-g.jpgIm sure David would like to have held this trophy in 2002 as well
http://www.tennis.com.cn/bbs/uploadFiles/2005-07/5_1098678_4.jpg
;)

Oriental_Rain
01-06-2006, 03:53 AM
let roger's racket do all the talking

bokehlicious
01-06-2006, 06:24 AM
it's not true,
it seems your roger is afraid of the light...
look, he is (in) the dark
here:

http://www.masters-cup.com/en/players/photogallery/photos/2005-11-20/f_pic-11-20-05-n06-g.jpg

Who's the guy holding the trophy ? Is he a tennis player or something :confused: :angel: :wavey:

Gigan
01-06-2006, 12:29 PM
Who's the guy holding the trophy ? Is he a tennis player or something :confused: :angel: :wavey:

he is just that guy, who makes your life unstable... ;)

look here on federer guys;

http://www.masters-cup.com/en/players/photogallery/photos/2005-11-20/f_pic-11-20-05-n06-g.jpg

bokehlicious
01-06-2006, 12:31 PM
he is just that guy, who makes your life unstable...

My life should become unstable the day David beat a 100% Roger in a major final, well, wake me up that day :wavey:

Gigan
01-06-2006, 12:33 PM
My life should become unstable the day David beat a 100% Roger in a major final, well, wake me up that day :wavey:

you're too sensitive :wavey:
be ready:
federer will loose again...

Dirk
01-06-2006, 12:43 PM
Gigan, Roger has more YECs than Andre.

nobama
01-06-2006, 05:35 PM
you're too sensitive :wavey:
be ready:
federer will loose again...And the sun rises in the east....what's your point? :shrug:

Skyward
01-06-2006, 05:40 PM
And the sun rises in the east....what's your point? :shrug:

The point is that there's no point in all Gigan's posts. :p

Gigan
01-06-2006, 08:22 PM
The point is that there's no point in all Gigan's posts. :p


most fans of federer are nr1-ers...
they follow him untill he is nr1

catch new nr1, federer will loose... :wavey:

bokehlicious
01-06-2006, 11:40 PM
most fans of federer are nr1-ers...
they follow him untill he is nr1

catch new nr1, federer will loose... :wavey:

Thanks for the advice, I'll search a new fav for 2012 :)

lunahielo
01-06-2006, 11:46 PM
Originally posted by JMPower
Thanks for the advice, I'll search a new fav for 2012

:hatoff: :hatoff:

Corey Feldman
01-07-2006, 01:31 AM
most fans of federer are nr1-ers...
they follow him untill he is nr1

catch new nr1, federer will loose... :wavey:
and when he does can the whole of MTF expect you to post pictures of the winner every day with stupid comments, in Federer threads for the next 2 months? :D

:retard:

Federerthebest
01-07-2006, 01:36 AM
most fans of federer are nr1-ers...
they follow him untill he is nr1

catch new nr1, federer will loose...

Lol.
This is no different from your supporting players because they have Armenian blood (even if they don't play for Armenia ;)).
Did you know that Federer's great-great-great grandmother's second-cousin was Armenian? ;)

Gigan
01-07-2006, 11:30 PM
Lol.
This is no different from your supporting players because they have Armenian blood (even if they don't play for Armenia ;)).

No, there is a difference, and you know that:
they both are best players.

Did you know that Federer's great-great-great grandmother's second-cousin was Armenian? ;)

What sort of "blod" you have? Why you hiding it?
At least there are no top players in your "blod". ;)
That is why you follow "nr1" :D :D :D

Gigan
01-08-2006, 09:54 AM
Hi, friend! http://img.menstennisforums.com/mtf/customavatars/avatar17851_5.gif

Where are you?
Tell us on your 'blood",
why you have choosen "nr1" ? ;)

Lol.
This is no different from your supporting players because they have Armenian blood (even if they don't play for Armenia ;)).

No, there is a difference, and you know that:
they both are best players.

Did you know that Federer's great-great-great grandmother's second-cousin was Armenian? ;)

What sort of "blod" you have? Why you hiding it?
At least there are no top players in your "blod". ;)
That is why you follow "nr1" :D :D :D

1sun
01-08-2006, 11:14 AM
most fans of federer are nr1-ers...
they follow him untill he is nr1

catch new nr1, federer will loose... :wavey:
:retard: can you even speak? :retard:

Gigan
01-08-2006, 12:37 PM
:retard: can you even speak? :retard:

No...

this pic does it for me ;)

http://www.masters-cup.com/en/players/photogallery/photos/2005-11-20/f_pic-11-20-05-n06-g.jpg

1sun
01-08-2006, 01:41 PM
very nice picture

Gigan
01-08-2006, 02:45 PM
very nice picture

oh, you understand good the "art" of tennis!
:wavey:

wait plz, you'll get more and more like this :)

bokehlicious
01-08-2006, 02:47 PM
:retard:

Gigan
01-08-2006, 03:03 PM
:retard:
:wavey:

Federerthebest
01-08-2006, 03:23 PM
No, there is a difference, and you know that:
they both are best players.

What sort of "blod" you have? Why you hiding it?
At least there are no top players in your "blod".
That is why you follow "nr1"

You're a really lucid guy, aren't you :retard:

Gigan
01-08-2006, 07:18 PM
You're a really lucid guy, aren't you :retard:

WHERE IS YOUR ANSWER, OUR FRIEND?
I DO NOT SEE.
TELL US ON YOUR BLOOD, DO NOT HIDE IT... ;)
WHY YOU DID CHOOSE NR1?

http://img.menstennisforums.com/mtf/customavatars/avatar17851_5.gif

Chloe le Bopper
01-08-2006, 07:21 PM
Gigan :hearts:

Gigan
01-08-2006, 08:04 PM
Gigan :hearts:

:wavey: :yippee:



:secret: THIS GUY SPEAKS ON OTHERS BLOOD...
BUT HIDES HIS OWN ONE... :)

Saumon
01-08-2006, 08:27 PM
:secret: THIS GUY SPEAKS ON OTHERS BLOOD...
BUT HIDES HIS OWN ONE... :)
I agree he's weird :scared: :p

Gigan
01-08-2006, 09:14 PM
let's we do small present to him & to all nr1-ers

http://lehahor.ivlis.ru/050927jump3ju.gif

Gigan
01-08-2006, 09:20 PM
Gigan :hearts:

Chloe,
value of your vCash is about same with posts: 25000 :)
Posts: 25,758
vCash: $ 24144
How you do this? :worship:

Saumon
01-08-2006, 09:37 PM
let's we do small present to him & to all nr1-ers

:scared:

Chloe le Bopper
01-09-2006, 03:25 AM
Chloe,
value of your vCash is about same with posts: 25000 :)
Posts: 25,758
vCash: $ 24144
How you do this? :worship:
Practice :D

Federerthebest
01-09-2006, 03:56 AM
WHERE IS YOUR ANSWER, OUR FRIEND?
I DO NOT SEE.
TELL US ON YOUR BLOOD, DO NOT HIDE IT...
WHY YOU DID CHOOSE NR1?

Don't you know? I'm Armenian. But I'm too ashamed to admit on here now that Sargisian is retired...;)

Gigan
01-09-2006, 06:47 PM
Don't you know? I'm Armenian.

i don't think so, our friend...you're not!
http://img.menstennisforums.com/mtf/customavatars/avatar17851_5.gif



why you hide you real "blood"?
what kind of "blood" is it, that you hide it? ;)