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02-25-2010 06:54 PM
Baghdatis72
Re: Baggy in Down Under

It seems that Baggy has lost weight
I can't see his beer belly today against Berrer
01-27-2010 05:45 PM
*Ljubica*
Re: Baggy in Down Under

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Originally Posted by Dimitra View Post
yes!!! wonderful news!!Hope it's true and he doesn't get sidelined again!
Me too Especially as I'm going to Rotterdam From what I understand now, he will decide about it at the weekend, depending on whether there is an residue of pain when he starts to play again after a weeks' rest. If there is any pain, they will delay the return by a week to the Marseille tournament. Shame for the people going to Rotterdam, but totally understandable considering Marcos' bad history of injuries. Best to be safe than sorry
01-27-2010 04:49 AM
baghdatis
Re: Baggy in Down Under

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OMG today I watched the Federer-Hewitt match and there were two Swiss-Australians outside the stadium talking to Shriver and she said something about that this time she wasn't getting attacked by Cypriots and that the Swiss fans were very civilized
what a dumb slut, as if she says that..

actually, she might have a point, i was practically jumping on her
so u wud imagine what she wud think of about 50 of us surrounding her like that
01-26-2010 11:41 PM
Ivanatis
Re: Baggy in Down Under

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OMG today I watched the Federer-Hewitt match and there were two Swiss-Australians outside the stadium talking to Shriver and she said something about that this time she wasn't getting attacked by Cypriots and that the Swiss fans were very civilized
haha yes she's a bitch



first she badmouthes Wickmayer, then she draws back the mic just when Caro is trying to answer, annoying whore
01-26-2010 10:25 PM
Dimitra
Re: Baggy in Down Under

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Originally Posted by *Ljubica* View Post
As far as I've heard, the injury is not as serious as first feared - it just needs a week or so to rest and he plans to come back in Rotterdan as originally scheduled. Obviously I guess that all depends on how he feels after a week's rest when he starts hitting again, but I hope for the best.
yes!!! wonderful news!!Hope it's true and he doesn't get sidelined again!
01-26-2010 09:10 PM
Baghdatis72
Re: Baggy in Down Under

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OMG today I watched the Federer-Hewitt match and there were two Swiss-Australians outside the stadium talking to Shriver and she said something about that this time she wasn't getting attacked by Cypriots and that the Swiss fans were very civilized
She got scared. Maybe she's not used to passionate fans, although somethings they are extreme
01-26-2010 04:38 AM
Baghdatis#1
Re: Baggy in Down Under

OMG today I watched the Federer-Hewitt match and there were two Swiss-Australians outside the stadium talking to Shriver and she said something about that this time she wasn't getting attacked by Cypriots and that the Swiss fans were very civilized
01-24-2010 09:58 PM
Ivanatis
Re: Baggy in Down Under

Are you kidding me? Shriver is an annoying attention whore, nothing more.
01-24-2010 08:19 PM
*Ljubica*
Re: Baggy in Down Under

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Originally Posted by baghdatis View Post
awwwwww..
i just hope this isnt the start of another string of injuries

did anyone watch coverage of the match on espn?
cos you wud have seen me with the marcos fans outside on garden square chanting.. i was right behind the reporter and then holding her wen we wer goin crazy hahahhah
As far as I've heard, the injury is not as serious as first feared - it just needs a week or so to rest and he plans to come back in Rotterdan as originally scheduled. Obviously I guess that all depends on how he feels after a week's rest when he starts hitting again, but I hope for the best.
01-24-2010 07:45 PM
Baghdatis#1
Re: Baggy in Down Under

I watched it on ESPN tape delay and I saw that part but I wasn't really paying attention lol
Who was it though? Pam Shriver or Mary Carillo? Pam Shriver is the best. I was at the US Open at Venus' first round match and she was sitting right in front of me for 10 mins because we were sitting across the isle from Venus' box
01-24-2010 01:25 PM
*Ljubica*
Re: Baggy in Down Under

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Originally Posted by baghdatis View Post
awwwwww..
i just hope this isnt the start of another string of injuries

did anyone watch coverage of the match on espn?
cos you wud have seen me with the marcos fans outside on garden square chanting.. i was right behind the reporter and then holding her wen we wer goin crazy hahahhah
No - sorry - watched on Eurosport and they didn't show any shots of outside, - but glad you had fun anyway
01-24-2010 10:33 AM
baghdatis
Re: Baggy in Down Under

awwwwww..
i just hope this isnt the start of another string of injuries

did anyone watch coverage of the match on espn?
cos you wud have seen me with the marcos fans outside on garden square chanting.. i was right behind the reporter and then holding her wen we wer goin crazy hahahhah
01-24-2010 05:15 AM
Baghdatis#1
Re: Baggy in Down Under

Very dissapointing
Marcos
01-23-2010 03:38 PM
*Ljubica*
Re: Baggy in Down Under

Get well soon Marcos - see you in Rotterdam
01-23-2010 01:27 PM
Baghdatis72
Re: Baggy in Down Under

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On positive note, Baggy has been focused since October and winning almost everything he has entered. It is possible that he didn't foresee being that successful and felt he had to play all the those tourneys (exhos, Brisbane, Sydney), and he just played the final of Sydney a couple days prior to beginning the AO. And then that match with Ferru was an epic...so it is understandable this time if he wore out and injured his shoulder and back from too much play.

Overall, I think he has been really comitted lately and I am praying for the same kind of dedication from David when he comes back in either the Copa Telmex or the Costa Do Sauipe (rumours are that he may play earlier due to injuring himself at Auckland and missing AO). So I'll give Baggy some faith on this one. He has been playing too much tennis.
He seems to be getting injured as soon as he starts taking off with his tennis which is annoying. Only thing he can do about it is start having a proper professional player diet and exercise in the gym a bit more to take some strain off his legs and more power in his hands and waist. That will improve his stamina and make him less prone to injury.
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