Meligeni arrives at Melbourne to win the AO
Melbourne (Australia) - After the innovation of going to Auckland by ship, Fernando Meligeni now invented another one. He went to Australia by zeppelin. He himself controlled the vehicle, which was a good arm working. The travel from Rio de Janeiro (city that will host the Olympics) to Melbourne lasted almost 11 days, with stops in Baleares Islands, Madagascar, the a comeback to Brasil to get the rackets that he forgot :retard:, and more 5 stops at Africa.
The main draw has been made and Meligeni, who got a bye by being the #2 seed, will face either Gonzalez or Karlovic. Tomorrow he'll do his first practice with balls (during the travel he played a lot of Super Tennis and NBA 2k7 on his XBox) with fellow Brazilian Flávio Saretta. The practice starts at 5 AM in the morning and is opened for fans. Then he'll go to Vodafone Arena and get some notes about his first opponent. To finish the day, he'll move to the Rod Laver Arena to support doubles partner and friend Tim Henman.