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06-05-2005 08:49 AM
Re: Roland Garros 2005

It was on teletext and in some newspapers. They wrote Steven Martens wanted Xavier to come back and play daviscup, but Ollie was the one who thought that wasn't fair. He should have said Xavier had to apologize to the rest of the team then and maybe he could play with them next year again (but not in septembre)

I think the press made a big thing out of nothing actually, so I still hope to see Xavier against the USA in Daviscup!
06-04-2005 10:56 PM
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Glad that you got to see them play

Where are these articles??
06-03-2005 09:54 AM
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Well, I was there at Xav/Oli 's double and it was a really nice match!
They both made some silly mistakes like both withdrawing their racket when a ball comes in between them,... But they also made some brilliant points!
It was little mistakes on the important points that made them lose the match. They were really enjoying themselves an made it an entertaining match. The atmosphere was great too : lots of Belgians, so it looked like they played at home.
And I have to say those Bryan brothers are quite a boring couple to watch, especially compared to Xavier and Olivier. They almost never show some emotion on court!

I'm really happy I could see this match. (The rest of my day was a little boring)
It was great to see them have so much fun together, because I got a little worried about them with all those articles about Oli being mad at Xavier for Daviscup,....
05-30-2005 03:29 AM
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05-29-2005 07:41 PM
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it was 6-4 but I didn't see the whole match either
05-29-2005 07:22 PM
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well... they lost 7-6 7-5 (or 6-4? can't remember), but they did a great job and made some fabulous points. of course I didn't see the whole match what's new??
05-28-2005 08:34 PM
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oh my. will be very tough... but I think they can get this. come on guys!!!!!!
05-28-2005 06:37 PM
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Tomorrow at 11:00: Ollie and Xavier against the Bryan Brothers
Go Ollie & Xavier!
05-27-2005 11:52 PM
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Xavier & Ollie

Even though X lost a couple of days ago it was still so nice to see him playing again
05-27-2005 08:10 PM
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the only Belgian men left in RG... anyway, go guys, defend your title!!!!!!!
05-27-2005 01:03 PM
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Xavier and Ollie are through to the third round. WTG, boys!
05-25-2005 07:56 PM
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OOh Xavie
Good luck oli, dick and Fly!!!
05-25-2005 05:00 PM
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Originally Posted by frees
lol.working while watching? something I can't do I just decide for myself to watch the matches I desperately want to see, and the rest I get on video, or is just too boring to watch that's a fine strategy
It is to add I didn't actually get much done. It was more watching the match with occasionnaly doing some work than the other way around Maybe your strategy would be better for me too...
05-25-2005 04:57 PM
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Originally Posted by Hagar
Malisse gone. Just lost against Rafa.
Oh poop! I do need to add that the scores don't really show how Xavier played. He did a good job considering who's on the other side of the court. Nadal just forces so many errors and his game just makes you desperate to play extreme shots...
It was lovely to see how the crowd cheered Xavier on though. I think it really inspired him to play so well in that last set.

Good luck to Vliegen and Norman tomorrow!
05-25-2005 04:42 PM
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Malisse gone. Just lost against Rafa.
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