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Old 02-01-2009, 05:42 PM   #8
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Default Re: Fed's tears justified?

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Originally Posted by biological View Post
wtf? he was devastated, he'd just lost a match he could have won, to the guy he can't seem to beat lately, in front of his childhood hero, and he was physically and emotionally drained. he didn't cry after Wimbledon, let him cry now. I think it's quite clear that he wasn't trying to steal Rafa's thunder

have some fucking empathy, all of you who criticise him for displaying natural human emotion.
I agree with you actually. I respect Roger for showing emotion.

My point is how uncomfortable the winners ceremony was it should of been a joyous ocassion , but everyone seemed really subdued because Roger was crying. I think he could of composed himself better.
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