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SomL. 05-22-2004 03:39 AM

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:D :D :D Good luck Lleyton !!!!!!!!!!! Come on Rocky !!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D :D :D

SomL. 05-22-2004 03:48 AM

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Draw French Open !!!!!!!!!
1ER QUART
Roger Federer (SUI/N.1) - Qualifié
Thierry Ascione (FRA) - Nicolas Kiefer (ALL)
Ruben Ramirez Hidalgo (ESP) - Gilles Elseneer (BEL)
Qualifié - Gustavo Kuerten (BRE/N.28)
Feliciano Lopez (ESP/N.23) - Nicolas Lapentti (EQU)
Ivo Karlovic (CRO) - Karol Kucera (SVQ)
Olivier Patience (FRA) - Filippo Volandri (ITA)
Robin Soderling (SUE) - Sjeng Schalken (PBS/N.15)
Sébastien Grosjean (FRA/N.10) - Qualifié
Qualifié - Dmitry Tursunov (RUS)
Felix Mantilla (ESP) - Qualifié
Agustin Calleri (ARG) - Marat Safin (RUS/N.20)
Ivan Ljubicic (CRO/N.25) - Hicham Arazi (MAR)
Stefan Kubek (AUT) - David Sanchez (ESP)
Kristian Pless (DAN) - Qualifié
Richard Gasquet (FRA) - David Nalbandian (ARG/N.8)
2E QUART
Juan Carlos Ferrero (ESP/N.4) - Tommy Haas (ALL)
Jan Vacek (TCH) - Igor Andreev (RUS)
Olivier Rochus (BEL) - David Ferrer (ESP)
Julien Benneteau (FRA) - Max Mirnyi (BLR/N.29)
Jonas Bjorkman (SUE/N.24) - Taylor Dent (USA)
Kenneth Carlsen (DAN) - Thomas Enqvist (SUE)
Guillermo Canas (ARG) - Gaston Gaudio (ARG)
Antony Dupuis (FRA) - Jiri Novak (TCH/N.14)
:p Leyton Hewitt (AUS/N.12) - Arnaud Di Pasquale (FRA) :p
Jurgen Melzer (AUT) - Wayne Ferreira (AFS)
Victor Hanescu (ROU) - Jean-René Lisnard (FRA)
Julien Boutter (FRA) - Martin Verkerk (PBS/N.19)
Albert Costa (ESP/N.26) - Flavio Saretta (BRE)
Christophe Rochus (BEL) - Qualifié
Qualifié - Qualifié
Xavier Malisse (BEL) - Rainer Schuettler (ALL/N.7)
3EME QUART
Carlos Moya (ESP/N.5) - John Van Lottum (PBS)
Fernando Vicente (ESP) - Qualifié
Raemon Sluiter (PBS) - Qualifié
Bohdan Ulihrach (TCH) - Dominik Hrbaty (SVQ/N.31)
Tommy Robredo (ESP/N.17) - Alberto Martin (ESP)
Qualifié - Todd Reid (AUS)
Radek Stepanek (TCH) - Qualifié
Qualifié - Nicolas Massu (CHI/N.11)
Fernando Gonzalez (CHI/N.16) - Qualifié
Wayne Arthurs (AUS) - Nicolas Escudé (FRA)
Mikhail Youzhny (RUS) - Dennis Van Scheppingen (PBS)
Oscar Hernandez (ESP) - Andreï Pavel (ROU/N.21)
Mariano Zabaleta (ARG/N.30) - Stéphane Robert (FRA)
Sargis Sargsian (ARM) - Mario Ancic (CRO)
Grégory Carraz (FRA) - Alex Bogomolov (USA)
Nicolay Davydenko (RUS) - Guillermo Coria (ARG/N.3)
4E QUART
Andre Agassi (USA/N.6) - Qualifié
Mickaël Llodra (FRA) - Alexander Popp (ALL)
Qualifié - Karol Beck (SVQ)
Qualifié - Vincent Spadea (USA/N.27)
Mark Philippoussis (AUS/N.18) - Luis Horna (PER)
Galo Blanco (ESP) - Albert Portas (ESP)
Lars Burgsmuller (ALL) - Nicolas Mahut (FRA)
Cyril Saulnier (FRA) - Tim Henman (GBR/N.9)
Paradorn Srichaphan (THA/N.13) - Tomas Berdych (TCH)
Alex Corretja (ESP) - Jan Michael Gambill (USA)
Greg Rusedski (GBR) - Fernando Verdasco (ESP)
Harel Levy (ISR) - Juan Ignacio Chela (ARG/N.22)
Arnaud Clément (FRA/N.32) - Fabrice Santoro (FRA)
Irakli Labadze (GEO) - Joachim Johansson (SUE)
Robby Ginepri (USA) - Olivier Mutis (FRA)
Todd Martin (USA) - Andy Roddick (USA/N.2

munthow 05-22-2004 03:51 AM

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:worship: :worship: Come on Lleyton!!!! :worship: :worship:

munthow 05-22-2004 03:55 AM

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Lleyton!!! Good luck at Roland Garros. Hope you to be number 1 again!

SomL. 05-22-2004 03:59 AM

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Lleyton , You can do it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

SomL. 05-22-2004 04:07 AM

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SomL. 05-25-2004 09:32 AM

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Order of play !!!!!!!!!
CHATRIER 11:00 Start
1. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Mary Pierce (FRA)[30] v. Claudine Schaul (LUX)
followed by:
2. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Sebastien Grosjean (FRA)[10] v. Kevin Kim (USA)
3. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Iveta Benesova (CZE) v. Serena Williams (USA)[2]
4. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Juan Carlos Ferrero (ESP)[4] v. Tommy Haas (GER)


LENGLEN 11:00 Start
1. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Roger Federer (SUI)[1] v. Kristof Vliegen (BEL)
followed by:
2. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Tamarine Tanasugarn (THA) v. Venus Williams (USA)[4]
3. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Richard Gasquet (FRA) v. David Nalbandian (ARG)[8]
4. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Jennifer Capriati (USA)[7] v. Yulia Beygelzimer (UKR)


Court 1 11:00 Start
1. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Marion Bartoli (FRA) v. Ai Sugiyama (JPN)[12]
followed by:
2. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Xavier Malisse (BEL) v. Rainer Schuettler (GER)[7]
3. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Gisela Dulko (ARG) v. Martina Navratilova (USA)
4. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Lleyton Hewitt (AUS)[12] v. Arnaud Di Pasquale (FRA)



Court 2 11:00 Start
1. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Julien Boutter (FRA) v. Martin Verkerk (NED)[19]
followed by:
2. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Nathalie Dechy (FRA)[26] v. Stephanie Foretz (FRA)
3. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Agustin Calleri (ARG) v. Marat Safin (RUS)[20]
4. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Anastasia Myskina (RUS)[6] v. Alicia Molik (AUS)


Court 3 11:00 Start
1. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Shinobu Asagoe (JPN) v. Daniela Hantuchova (SVK)
followed by:
2. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Francesca Schiavone (ITA)[17] v. Stephanie Cohen-Aloro (FRA)
3. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Antony Dupuis (FRA) v. Jiri Novak (CZE)[14]
4. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Nicolas Almagro (ESP) v. Gustavo Kuerten (BRA)[28]


Court 4 11:00 Start
1. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Virginia Ruano Pascual (ESP) v. Melinda Czink (HUN)
followed by:
2. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Jonas Bjorkman (SWE)[24] v. Taylor Dent (USA)
3. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Barbora Strycova (CZE) v. Els Callens (BEL)
4. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Jurgen Melzer (AUT) v. Wayne Ferreira (RSA)


Court 5 11:00 Start
1. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Kenneth Carlsen (DEN) v. Thomas Enqvist (SWE)
followed by:
2. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Roberta Vinci (ITA) v. Elena Bovina (RUS)[25]
3. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Robin Soderling (SWE) v. Hyung-Taik Lee (KOR)
4. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Kelly Mc Cain (USA) v. Petra Mandula (HUN)[29]


Court 6 11:00 Start
1. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Jelena Kostanic (CRO) v. Camille Pin (FRA)
followed by:
2. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Ivan Ljubicic (CRO)[25] v. Hicham Arazi (MAR)
3. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Denisa Chladkova (CZE) v. Severine Beltrame (FRA)
4. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Guillermo Canas (ARG) v. Gaston Gaudio (ARG)


Court 7 11:00 Start
1. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Thierry Ascione (FRA) v. Nicolas Kiefer (GER)
followed by:
2. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Lubomira Bacheva (BUL) v. Svetlana Kuznetsova (RUS)[11]
3. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Albert Costa (ESP)[26] v. Flavio Saretta (BRA)
4. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Martina Sucha (SVK) v. Fabiola Zuluaga (COL)[23]


Court 8 11:00 Start
1. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Daniel Elsner (GER) v. Alexander Peya (AUT)
followed by:
2. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Anna-Lena Groenefeld (GER) v. Samantha Stosur (AUS)
3. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Kristian Pless (DEN) v. Alejandro Falla (COL)
4. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Katarina Srebotnik (SLO) v. Cara Black (ZIM)


Court 9 11:00 Start
1. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Potito Starace (ITA) v. Dmitry Tursunov (RUS)
followed by:
2. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Silvija Talaja (CRO) v. Emmanuelle Gagliardi (SUI)
3. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Ivo Karlovic (CRO) v. Karol Kucera (SVK)
4. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Maria Vento-Kabchi (VEN) v. Lindsay Lee-Waters (USA)


Court 10 11:00 Start
1. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Barbara Schett (AUT) v. Barbara Rittner (GER)
followed by:
2. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Stefan Koubek (AUT) v. David Sanchez (ESP)
3. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Elena Likhovtseva (RUS) v. Alina Jidkova (RUS)
4. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Jan Vacek (CZE) v. Igor Andreev (RUS)


Court 11 11:00 Start
1. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Marie-Gayane Mikaelian (SUI) v. Maria Kirilenko (RUS)
followed by:
2. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Felix Mantilla (ESP) v. Jeff Salzenstein (USA)
3. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Eva Birnerova (CZE) v. Kveta Peschke (CZE)
4. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Ruben Ramirez Hidalgo (ESP) v. Gilles Elseneer (BEL)


Court 14 11:00 Start
1. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Laura Granville (USA) v. Gala Leon Garcia (ESP)
followed by:
2. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Olivier Rochus (BEL) v. David Ferrer (ESP)
3. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Tzipora Obziler (ISR) v. Shenay Perry (USA)
4. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Christophe Rochus (BEL) v. Marc Lopez (ESP)


Court 16 11:00 Start
1. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Victor Hanescu (ROM) v. Jean-Rene Lisnard (FRA)
followed by:
2. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Patty Schnyder (SUI)[16] v. Aniko Kapros (HUN)
3. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Feliciano Lopez (ESP)[23] v. Nicolas Lapentti (ECU)
4. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Teryn Ashley (USA) v. Conchita Martinez (ESP)[20]


Court 17 11:00 Start
1. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Kristina Brandi (PUR) v. Virginie Razzano (FRA)
followed by:
2. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Julien Benneteau (FRA) v. Max Mirnyi (BLR)[29]
3. Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Karolina Sprem (CRO)[22] v. Myriam Casanova (SUI)
4. Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Olivier Patience (FRA) v. Filippo Volandri (ITA)

:angel: Good luck Lleyton in first round !!!!!!! Come on Lleyton ^_^ :angel:

CmonAussie 05-25-2004 12:26 PM

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Rocky Llegs... *@@* Remember your mantra "Rising up, straight to the top, staying tough ..staying hungry, went the distance now I'm not going to stop,. just a man and his will to survive.. it's the eye-of-the-tiger it's the thrill of the fight,.. rising up to the challenge of his rivals.... the eye-of-the-tiger.."
* You're definitely The Man so play like there's no tomorrow; dreams come true!
Cmon Hewitt You CAN Do IT!!! *-*

kim4eva 05-25-2004 04:26 PM

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C'MON Lleyton!! :bounce:

FanOfHewitt 05-25-2004 07:57 PM

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1 down, 6 to go!

A rusty performance by Rusty, but he got through, that's the important thing. Good to see him take the crowd right out of it from the very start with a 6-0 set. He did his best to throw the match away after that, but luckily he came through ok in the end when Arnaud cramped up.

Hopefully its up and up from here. By the way, one of the commentators calling Lleyton's match said he was convinced Lleyton could win this tournament. That wasn't you was it CmonAussie?

SomL. 05-26-2004 10:32 AM

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:angel: :angel: Lleyton won the first round 6-0/7-6(7-5)/4-6/6-1.Good luck Lleyton in second round !!!!!!!!! Come on Lleyton ^_^ :angel: :angel:

SomL. 05-26-2004 10:35 AM

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Lleyton plea for clay courts
The Advertiser
26may04

LLEYTON HEWITT believes Australia must skip a generation if the country is ever to boast a regular supply line of clay court specialists.

The former world No.1 is the only Australian man left at this year's French Open after compatriots Mark Philippoussis, Wayne Arthurs and Todd Reid were all beaten on the first day.

"It's a bit hard to get guys who are probably 16 onwards. I think you have to look at the 10, 12 and 14-year-olds to get them on clay courts and teach them how to slide and move," said Hewitt, the 12th seed, after booking his place in the second round with a 6-0 7-6 (7-5) 4-6 6-1 win over France's Arnaud di Pasquale.

"I think it's a lot easier to adjust from being a good clay court player to become a good grass court or hard court player than vice-versa. The game has changed so much that you can play from the back of the court on all surfaces now."

Australia has been without a French Open champion since 1969, ever since Rod Laver won here, but Hewitt believes that if his country can encourage a culture of clay court tennis, then it might not be another 35 years before another Laver comes along.

"It wouldn't be hard for the kids to play on clay if we had clay courts in Australia.

"For the older guys, it's always going to be a lot tougher to make the transition. But the surface at the French Open is probably the least favourite for all Australians."

Hewitt's best performance here came in 2001 when he made the quarter-final and he next faces Austria's Jurgen Melzer who eliminated veteran South African Wayne Ferreira.

He beat the Austrian just two weeks ago in Hamburg and, to fuel his confidence further here, his section of the draw has opened up with seventh seed Rainer Schuettler of Germany losing to Balgium's Xavier Malisse today.

SomL. 05-26-2004 10:38 AM

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SANTORO WINS HISTORIC EPIC
Sporting Life


Fabrice Santoro won the longest match in tennis history at the French Open on Tuesday.

The French star beat compatriot Arnaud Clement 6-4 6-3 6-7 3-6 16-14 in a match that lasted an amazing six hours and 33 minutes.


After Clement had fought back from two sets down, the players were forced off at 5-5 in the final set on Monday night due to fading light.

When they returned on Tuesday morning, the set continued with serve until Santoro made what appeared to be the crucial break to take a 12-11 lead.

But Clement, the 32nd seed, struck back immediately to ensure the war of attrition continued.


Clement, who had squandered one match point on Monday, gained another at 14-13, but Santoro saved it and then broke in the following game to leave himself serving for the match for a second time.

Santoro looked set to choke again when he fell 0-40 down but he battled back to clinch victory, collapsing to the floor in delight - and exhaustion - as he did so.


Santoro, who broke down in tears after his win, said: "This is an exceptional moment for me. Beyond the win there was a great emotion on court and that's what I am playing for.

"We were both heroes in that match. This is the first time in my career that I had to stop a match that way and then win it that way.

"When I arrived on court on Tuesday to complete the fifth set, I took two bottles of mineral water, thinking I would be on court for only 10 minutes."

Clement was not feeling so heroic.

"Frankly I don't give a damn, what world record?" he said.

"Do I get a medal? If I'm not getting anything, frankly I'm not interested. It just doesn't count. Anyway it was split into two days."

Whatever, it was more than an hour longer than the previous longest Grand Slam match and set record after record as it progressed under a burning sun on Suzanne Lenglen court, though it only just squeezed into history as the longest of all time.

The previous record was a bizarre women's contest between Vicky Nelson Dunbar and Jean Hepner on the Virginia Slims circuit in the United States in 1984 which lasted six hours and 31 minutes - and that was for just two sets.

One rally alone lasted 29 minutes and contained 643 shots before Nelson Dunbar triumphed 6-4 7-6.

The better-known men's record had been a Davis Cup match in 1982 between John McEnroe and Sweden's Mats Wilander which lasted six hours and 22 minutes while the longest previous Grand Slam match, here at Roland Garros, was a mere five hours and 31 minutes between Spain's Alex Corretja and Argentina's Hernan Gumy.




Meanwhile, Roger Federer laid down his title claims for all to see with a quickfire win in round one.

The top seed and world number one needed just 76 minutes to sweep past Belgian Kristof Vliegen.

Vliegen, who only reached the main draw as a lucky loser after suffering defeat in the final round of qualifying, had no answer to Federer's skills out on Court Suzanne Lenglen.


Federer, who began the tournament as the bookies' favourite, surged to a 6-1 6-2 6-1 victory, clinching it with a crunching forehand winner.

It was the Swiss star's first win at Roland Garros in three years and he now plays German Nicolas Kiefer in round two.



Federer later admitted he had drawn inspiration from Andre Agassi's surprising first-round defeat to unknown Frenchman Jerome Haehnel to ensure he avoided suffering a similar upset.

"I never thought Agassi would lose but I knew Jerome and his potential as I trained with him a few times," Federer said.

"But it proved that anyone can beat you, no matter who you are and which level you are ranked at.

"It shows concentration is a vital element to success."

Federer also expressed his delight at avoiding another first-hurdle exit.

"I am so happy I progressed to the second round, this is a relief for me," he added.




Later in the day, Juan Carlos Ferrero showed he is in good enough shape to launch a decent title defence.

The reigning champion had been a major doubt to compete in the tournament following a fall in training earlier this month.

But he put rib and wrist injuries to one side as he beat the dangerous Tommy Haas in four sets, 3-6 6-4 6-4 6-2.

When former world number two Haas took the opener, the talk was of Ferrero being the first defending champion in the Open era to lose in the first round.

But he hit back in style and once he had won the second set with a late break to level the match, the Spanish fourth seed took control.

He won a tight third set and then breezed through the fourth in a style which suggests he will be no pushover for any player over the next fortnight.





Ferrero may not have looked in pain, but afterwards he said he had been affected by his injuries. In fact the fourth seed needed painkillers shortly before the match began.

"The doctor said there was not a risk for me to play. Two years ago I also took painkillers when there was actually a real risk for my injured ankle," he said.

"This time there is no risk and I want to defend my title.

"I have to take things day by day. I will see how I feel in two days' time.

"At the start I did not know how long I would play for.

"I felt better in the second set, was tired in the third, but overall I tried to enjoy myself without thinking about my physical state and it worked."





:D Lleyton Hewitt came through a see-saw match with Arnaud Di Pasquale, also in four sets.

At times, the former world number one made his opponent look like a novice, none more so than in the first set which he swept through 6-0.

Things got a lot tougher for the Australian in the second set though and he only managed to establish a two-set lead by winning a tie-break by seven points to five.

Still the Moroccan-born Frenchman refused to throw in the towel and he earned himself a lifeline in the match by taking the third set 6-4 with some determined play.

That was the cue for the 12th seed to ratchet up his game once more and he ensured there would be no shock comeback as he raced to victory in the fourth set by winning it 6-1.
:D





Three-time champion Gustavo Kuerten had to fend off a great comeback from a virtual unknown to stay in this year's event.

Kuerten, who won the title at Roland Garros in 1997, 2000 and 2001, looked on his way out when Nicolas Almagro served for the match at 5-4 in the final set, having fought back from two sets down.


But Kuerten won that crucial game and added the next two to reach round two courtesy of a 7-5 7-6 (7/2) 1-6 3-6 7-5 victory.






Seventh seed Rainer Schuettler joined Agassi through the exit door after a comprehensive defeat against 2002 Wimbledon semi-finalist Xavier Malisse.

Malisse gained the early initiative and never looked like surrendering it as he moved to a 6-4 7-5 6-4 win.





The 2003 runner-up Martin Verkerk got off to a winning start in this year's French Open.

The Dutchman, who shocked the tennis world with his run to the final a year ago before he lost to Ferrero, eased into round two with victory over France's Julien Boutter.

The big-serving 19th seed slammed down 11 aces and did not drop serve on his way to a 7-5 6-3 6-1 triumph.




The 2002 winner Albert Costa also won through, in four sets against Flavio Saretta, while the always-dangerous Marat Safin progressed when his opponent Agustin Calleri retired in the third set after the first two had been shared.



French favourite Sebastien Grosjean dropped just six games as he marched into round two.

The French number one, who reached the semi-finals in Paris three years ago, thrashed qualifier Kevin Kim 6-1 6-1 6-4.




Eighth seed David Nalbandian was given a tougher workout by teenager Richard Gasquet.

It took Nalbandian two hours and 31 minutes to record his 6-4 7-5 7-6 (7/1) victory over the 17-year-old former world junior number one whose serve let him down on the day.



Also through is 14th seed Jiri Novak who progressed into the last 64 with a four-set win over Antony Dupuis.



But Max Mirnyi was one of the lower seeds to fall. He lost out to Frenchman Julien Benneteau, going down 7-5 7-5 1-6 6-3 out on Court 17.

SomL. 05-26-2004 10:59 AM

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Lleyton is so cute. I love bule color. great colour for him :p
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SomL. 05-28-2004 10:14 AM

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:angel: :angel: Good luck Lleyton to third round !!!!!!!!!!!!! Come on Lleyton ^_^ :angel: :angel:


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