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Old 07-11-2011, 04:08 AM   #149
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Default Re: 2011 Davis Cup Thread

This facepalm smiley sure does come in handy. Here's a few more to describe this weekend

This was nothing but a monumental choke from the US. Having it in their hometown completely backfired on them, they couldn't handle the pressure they put on themselves. I still can't believe how badly Andy played on Friday. I wonder if it would have made a difference if he had played first like he usually does?

I feel bad for him, he had been looking forward to this tie for months, but he lays an egg on the first day, and then he wasn't able to redeem himself in the end. The Bryans and even Mardy can probably take away a few positives out of this, but Andy? Er, um,

Ferrer was the DC hero this weekend, outstanding play from him.

Thankfully Andy has a few weeks off to try to forget the whole thing and focus on the summer hardcourts.
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