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Old 02-11-2013, 10:36 PM   #2663
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He was the receptionist. Handsome bloke in his early 30s
Nice save.

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Sijsling, who is not afraid to serve-and-volley, beats Tsonga!

This is his first really big win, right? I know he beat Dolgopolov last year, but that's not this magnitude of upset.
I'm really happy too, but for a very different reason.

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yes, on friday. the plan was to go on thursday too but i have a funeral to attend that day so that is more important.
My condolences.

I'm going to Rotterdam on Friday too.
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