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Old 02-01-2009, 08:32 PM   #55
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Default Re: Fed's tears justified?

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Originally Posted by Svetlana. View Post
it's exactly how I see it. Roger spoiled a first Rafa's AO win and made it all about him...

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Ugh. Who do you think you are? Such ignorance. So crying doesn't make you a man, showing emotion??

Roger was upset, he obviously wanted this so badly and came very close once again, he had Rod Laver there and the other champions and the crowd was cheering for him, he appreciated it, and obviously the occasion just got to him. I'd like to see you not get emotional if you were in Rogers shoes!

It just makes him even more endearing. It was such a nice moment Poor Roger He's such a champion.
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