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Old 07-21-2005, 09:12 AM   #17
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Wink Re: Umag 2005: The End of the Title Drought!

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Originally Posted by Francine
It makes me a bit sad to cheer for Rafa so he pulls out for Umag and Juanqui can win, it shouldn't be like that you know Anyway, vamos in Umag Juan Carlos!
At least we don't cheer against Nadal.And we just desperately want our Juanqui to win in Umag,we also know Nadal is too tough for Juanqui and all players on clay right now. So I don't think it's the matter to cheer for Nadal to win this week and skip playing in Umag.
What's more this is Juanqui forum,we consider him everything first. I like here very much because we can discuss our views directly frankly strongly, we can cheer against any Spaniard,you can hate my Tommy in this forum too.
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