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Old 10-03-2012, 09:02 AM   #250
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Default Re: Australian Open averts player boycott with increased prizemoney

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Originally Posted by AnnaK_4ever View Post
They take money from Australian youngsters so that Stakhovsky could finally buy himself a Ferrari? Smart move.
Back to the topic : it's a caricatural but fair description imo.

If Stakhovsky buys a bigger flat in Kiev rather than a Ferrari, I don't think it's that important

Top-100 players used the argument that other federations are not that rich, OK, but as long as the other federations don't get more money thanks to the top-100 players' demands, basically it's what AnnaK said, the argument is purely self-serving.
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