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Old 07-05-2012, 01:42 AM   #30
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Default Re: what if tennis was never invented??

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Originally Posted by arm View Post
I can see him as a diplomat I imagine him.in a suit!

But I just can't picture him as a football player and it's actually a compliment.
I can't picture him as a football player either. He's either a tennis player or a diplomat in my mind. Roger in a suit.

Also, what's wrong with football players?

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Originally Posted by EnriqueIG8 View Post
Ferrer wanted to quit tennis when he was young because of all the hard training.

He found a job as construction worker and after 1 week quit the job and came back on his knees begging his trainer to take him back
I never knew this about him. That's hilarious and so unlike how hardworking he is on court (and probably off as well).
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