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12-02-2005 01:34 AM
Deboogle!.
Re: The "Merde Sainte!!" Lyon and Paris thread

omg tangy HAHAHA
12-02-2005 01:09 AM
tangerine_dream
Re: The "Merde Sainte!!" Lyon and Paris thread

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Originally Posted by guida
Thanks Tangy. Lubadick really IS a jerk, isn't he?
Good to see people are not afraid to point that out, even if we have to respect his refugee status and hard work.
Why must we respect his refugee status anyway? Sometimes I wonder if these so-called refugees use their refugee status as an excuse to act like a prick towards others all the time:

"Andy sucks!

Nobody likes him!

Everybody wants me to kick his ASS!!!


Forgive me


I'm a refugee.


I don't know any better."
12-01-2005 06:25 PM
guida
Re: The "Merde Sainte!!" Lyon and Paris thread

Thanks Tangy. Lubadick really IS a jerk, isn't he?
Good to see people are not afraid to point that out, even if we have to respect his refugee status and hard work.
11-30-2005 10:36 PM
Noelle
Re: The "Merde Sainte!!" Lyon and Paris thread

That's hot, Tangy.
11-30-2005 05:04 PM
tangerine_dream
Re: The "Merde Sainte!!" Lyon and Paris thread

OK, this is old but I just found it on Tennis.com's site. Steve Tignor has his own blog and here are his comments about Andy from Lyon and Paris:

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Paris: The reigning American in Paris, Andy Roddick, was also an entertaining presence. Looking a little ragged around the edges—his hair poked out from under his ever-present (and inexplicable) backwards cap—Roddick demolished Dominik Hrbaty early. It was so bad that announcer John Barrett described the head-hanging Slovak during the second set as a "forlorn figure creeping toward the net" on a changeover. Roddick also gutted out a third-set tiebreaker against David Ferrer. But he tweaked his back in that match and went down limply to Ivan Ljubicic in the semis.
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Lyon:
Is this where Andy Roddick's mojo has been hiding all along, in a midsize French city? Time will tell, but Roddick did get his game back last week, winning the title without dropping a set. In the final, he schooled his French understudy, Gael Monfils, the first guy to successfully mimic Roddick's serve. While the world has been down on Roddick—the headline of TENNIS Magazine's recent profile was a simple question: WHAT CAN YOU DO?—he has won five titles this year and remains among the game's elite. One thing I like about Roddick is the fact that, like any red-blooded American, he does care about being No. 1 and seems genuinely disheartened that he can't get back there. He hasn’t won a Slam or even a Masters Series title this year; a win in the Paris Masters this week (he's the top seed) could be a minor breakthrough. During the U.S. Open, "Mojo" famously quoted Andy as saying, "Redemption doesn’t hit the snooze button." After Lyon, Andy may want to amend that: Redemption has to start somewhere.
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On Ivan Lubadick
I know he's a war refugee from Bosnia and a gutsy competitor, but I've never warmed to Ljubicic. He's always seemed a little dour and self-righteous, a man in search of a gripe. He's complained about Andy Roddick's on-court attitude more than once; this year at the U.S. Open he had a problem with Richard Gasquet; and in the semifinals Saturday he complained about the way one of the supermodel ball girls in Madrid was throwing him the ball (he apologized afterward). Even yesterday, Ljubicic didn't meet Nadal at the net after the match but forced the champion to find him and shake his hand next to his sideline chair.
11-07-2005 04:24 PM
MissFairy
Re: The "Merde Sainte!!" Lyon and Paris thread

Awww AQ

My main is for the Shanghai part. I'm proud of his last couple of weeks, and proud he played to give people what they wanted, although it may have been ill advised ):

p.s hahaha the title really does give a whole new meaning to repectful last rites.
11-07-2005 04:16 PM
Angle Queen
Re: The "Merde Sainte!!" Lyon and Paris thread

That Andy lost.
That Andy got hurt.
That Andy may not play Shanghai.

Just plain
11-07-2005 04:04 PM
tangerine_dream
Re: The "Merde Sainte!!" Lyon and Paris thread

Such a fitting end.
11-07-2005 03:00 PM
guida
Re: The "Merde Sainte!!" Lyon and Paris thread

What a way to go!
11-07-2005 10:35 AM
zoltan83
Re: The "Merde Sainte!!" Lyon and Paris thread

Deb
11-07-2005 01:07 AM
superpinkone37
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11-07-2005 12:59 AM
Noelle
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11-07-2005 12:37 AM
Deboogle!.
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11-07-2005 12:30 AM
PinkFeatherBoa
Re: The "Merde Sainte!!" Lyon and Paris thread

Hahahah, now the thread can die a good and funny death.
11-07-2005 12:29 AM
Carito_90
Re: The "Merde Sainte!!" Lyon and Paris thread

Deb.
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