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Old 07-21-2005, 08:22 PM   #24
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Default Re: Umag 2005: The End of the Title Drought!

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Originally Posted by roisin
hey I don't know what everyone is worrying about. Nadal or no Nadal, JCB is gonna whip the court with everyone! ;crazy:
True...even without Nadal there are still a lot of good players that Juanqui has to beat in Umag--Moya and Coria for a start. So go out and settle some scores, Juankers, and take that title! It's calling your name..."Juan Carlos, Juan Carlos"...

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