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Old 02-01-2009, 09:36 PM   #56
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Default Re: Fed's tears justified?

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I kinda felt sorry for the guy but hey Roger its not the end of the world,you have a loving girlfriend and an obviously loving family lots of money lotsa fans who adore you there is always another time.I think what made him cry was the fact that Rafa has beaten him once too many times and he doesnt seem to have an answer on how to beat the spaniard thats whats up.
I really like Roger and hope he wins the FO before he retires.
Its okay to cry Roger no shame in that,it shows us how human you are
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Poor 13x GS champ multi-millionaire Federer. The fact that Nadal had to comfort him instead of him congratulating Nadal was low.
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