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Every time I glance over at one of his matches, he is always TALKING. Just running his mouth like a skipping vinyl. I'm sorry. He drives me insane. I have never had so much disdain for a person I didn't know.

I know this is probably the 1,000th thread on it, but I just had to release this.

Maybe if he went through some tough shit like James Blake went through, he wouldn't be such a jerk.
 

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Every time I glance over at one of his matches, he is always TALKING. Just running his mouth like a skipping vinyl. I'm sorry. He drives me insane. I have never had so much disdain for a person I didn't know.

I know this is probably the 1,000th thread on it, but I just had to release this.

Maybe if he went through some tough shit like James Blake went through, he wouldn't be such a jerk.

So true. :lol: :rolleyes: :haha:
 

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Murray was a hell of a talker in his days, just like Haas. These were brilliant ones
 

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i want roddick to go nuts one day and beat up his opponent.
that would be cool.
as long as its not fed.

maybe duck can give coke fiend sexy a beatdown.
i'm sure vaidisova fans would like that
 

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i want roddick to go nuts one day and beat up his opponent.
that would be cool.
as long as its not fed.

maybe duck can give coke fiend sexy a beatdown.
i'm sure vaidisova fans would like that
The duck is a loudmouth weakling. Olly Rochus would thump him.
 

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Stalin wasn't bad in his day either, he had surprisingly good hands for a stocky guy.
 

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Aristotle was overrated. His drop shot may have been nice but he relied on it way too much. Socrates had way more game, his point construction was amazing. The game was way better than, way less mindless ballbashers.
 

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Aristotle was overrated. His drop shot may have been nice but he relied on it way too much. Socrates had way more game, his point construction was amazing. The game was way better than, way less mindless ballbashers.
exactly right and so true JimmyV.

by the way, i hear that Archimedes took advantage of massive leverage on his groundsrokes.

and Galileo simply could see the ball earlier than anybody around in his day. just like Agassi but only better.
 

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I hear Zeus once hit an ace so hard it penetrated through the court and created the Underworld for Hades.
 

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I hear Zeus once hit an ace so hard it penetrated through the court and created the Underworld for Hades.
:rolls: Keep it up guys :yeah: Love when threads are derailed in such good fun :p
 

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I hear Zeus once hit an ace so hard it penetrated through the court and created the Underworld for Hades.

so true.

i hear that Darius (521-485 bc) was a dangerous and intimidating all surface monster. it is no exaggeration to claim that his genious lay primarily in his ability to instill total fear in his adversaries. so feared was he that he never had to play a match. nobody ever showed up to face him.
 

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so true.

i hear that Darius (521-485 bc) was a dangerous and intimidating all surface monster. it is no exaggeration to claim that his genious lay primarily in his ability to instill total fear in his adversaries. so feared was he that he never had to play a match. nobody ever showed up to face him.
:rolleyes: You heard wrong. Darius was an overrated mug that was regularly schooled by the Greeks...


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