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11-23-2004 09:52 AM
^Sue^
Re: Golden Bagel Awards???

i know one for Roddick.
11-22-2004 06:59 AM
Daniel
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to Hewitt and some other players
11-19-2004 07:49 AM
^Sue^
Re: Golden Bagel Awards???

I think he really loves that awards...cool man..
Hey guys, those bagels had been given to who??
11-16-2004 11:48 AM
Doris Loeffel
Re: Golden Bagel Awards???

Yeap the the Andy cream please
11-16-2004 10:29 AM
Mrs. B
Re: Golden Bagel Awards???

they posted this at GM, but great he gets it this year with his 12.
cream cheese, anyone?

11-16-2004 08:49 AM
landoud
Re: Golden Bagel Awards???

he deservs it
11-16-2004 08:35 AM
^Sue^
Re: Golden Bagel Awards???

What is this, guys????Thanx Max.
11-16-2004 08:34 AM
^Sue^
Golden Bagel Awards???

Roger Federer Wins First Ever Golden Bagel Award™
Roger Federer snagged the 2004 Golden Bagel Award™ at the ATP Tennis Masters Cup in Houston, Texas. Federer is the first recipient of this irreverent new award, presented to the men's pro tennis player who serves up more "bagels" (sets won 6-0), than any other player.

Houston, TX (PRWEB) November 16, 2004 -- Roger Federer snagged the 2004 Golden Bagel Award™ at the ATP Tennis Masters Cup in Houston, Texas. Federer is the first recipient of this irreverent new award, presented to the men's pro tennis player who serves up more "bagels" (sets won 6-0), than any other player.

"I think I need some cream cheese with that," Roger Federer said on inspecting the full-sized golden-dipped bagel. Presenters asked the World's Number One player if he knew how many bagels he had served during the course of the year. "Six?" Federer guessed. No, he was told, you gave out 12 bagels. "What!" he exclaimed.

The rest of the top eight players gathered in Houston for the Tennis Masters Cup administered the following bagels during the course of the year: Guillermo Coria 7, Andy Roddick 4, Lleyton Hewitt 4, Tim Henman 4, Gaston Gaudio 4, Marat Safin 3 and Carlos Moya 3.

About Golden Bagel Award™
The Golden Bagel Award™ is presented to the player - among the Top 8 ATP singles players at the Tennis Masters Cup - who wins the most 6-0 sets between January 1 and the start of the season-ending Masters event. Davis Cup matches and incomplete sets are not counted. The Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) website is used as the definitive data source.

In the event of a tie, the number of "fries" (6-1 sets) will determine the winner. "It's all in good fun," said award presenter Tom Suhler, "And if there's still a tie after the fries are counted, we'll cut the thing in half and have a laugh."

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