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Old 01-20-2009, 02:52 AM   #155
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Default Re: Down Under Dance: Looking For A Win At The 2009 Oz Open!

I didn't miss it I was watching some games at the tv

Oh my is good that you didn't watch the end because you'd like to punch Nico in the head he lost his mind (as usual) and even after the match finished he kept complaining about some missed calls at the umpire

Anyway like you said, lots of positive things here, I really didn't think that he could have won at least one set and this is a really nice surprise, if he just decides to keep this going we don't have to think that this could be another terrible season ... I mean after being playing challengers it was more than obvious that he wouldn't be able to come back to a big tournament and giving fight to the 17th seed but he did it ... if he wouldn't have lost his mind well maybe he would have broken Almagro but anyway, this is part of Nico's personality
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