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Old 07-26-2007, 02:26 AM   #5
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Default Re: Your Thoughts Por Favor: What Does Nico Have To Do To Comeback

I know that we won't find out anything like him saying like he is going to quit this thing because he won't do it, I'm sure about that but I'm not brave enough to get through the chilean press right now and to find out if he said something or not, it's already painfull enough for me

And for me tennis only exists for him ... I'm a tennis fan because of him and he'll figure out the way to get rid of all this sh*t and he'll be back again, he can do it and he will do it.
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