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Old 10-31-2007, 10:16 PM   #26
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Default Re: paris: will this thread go beyond 1 page?

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you know what, this quip should be very funny, unless when the stat is true... so he only won 20 matches this year???? that's like one match per tournament on average... ok i suppose that's close
Yes, not a so much impressing number if so. With his great results in doubles the singles scores somehow went out of sight. In general it was "moyen quoi" as Arnaud rated it himself.
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here's a link to a report on an australian newspaper:
http://www.smh.com.au/news/tennis/i-...618884224.html

not that arnaud appears on my local paper every day... so intentional or not, his story is indeed creating publicity...
It came to your paper from London? A long way though.

Well, I've seen sounds of this story even in an Argentina's ( ) newspaper. Also it was written there about Micka's reaction that he also got such an offer 4 years ago and that he thinks it's really difficult to do anything with it because there are too powerful people behind all of this.

Now after having seen so many mentions of "St. Petersburg" concerning to the tennis topic I start thinking this is a kind of a campaign to attract attention to our tournament... lol
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