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Richly deserved too. His performance was awful (as was his giant peach outfit)

Well done to the New York crowd. They say: either show up and put some effort into it or don't bother showing up at all. That match was a waste of everyone's time (Roger's and the fans who paid for to watch that crap).
 

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Let's take another look at that great performance put in by your golden boy in the first round of this event before you start pissing on other players, clementine nightmare.
 

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Someone needed some vcash or some needed posting time to come up with this. If your intent was to be insulting, you missed the mark badly, dear. Thanks for playing.
 

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David no va a poder dormir porque unos gordos come-hamburguesas lo chiflaron con la boca llena, seguro :lol:

EDIT: At least this thread makes more sense than the "Roger Federer has no dress sense" one :haha: :rolleyes:
 

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And anyway....I booed him briefly. Even I realized how badly he performed, but I get no joy in making a thread about it. Tasteless...classless...
 

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As I said in other thread, coming from a person that quotes from Peter Bodo´s site, this thread makes sense and it doesn´t surprise me at all ;) :p
 

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ExpectedWinner said:
Did they boo all Sampras' opponents, not named Agassi? ;)
Precisely, cause I am sure neither Federer nor Sampras stepped up to the plate when it mattered the most. :rolleyes:
 

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I think he was booed when he broke a racket when losing the second set. So? What's with that? Is he the first player to do it? Do we really need a thread for this? :lol:
In fact, I heard much more cheering for David than for Roger, but I might be biased :confused:
 

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He made some tame errors in the third set, but I think Federer worked hard to break him down and get that double break lead - by then he had just run out of ideas and belief. I don't think it was the mind that let him down tonight as much as the serve, which has of course been observed numerous times about him. Federer just has too many chances to get into his service games virtually every time in the course of a set. If he'd held onto the 4-2 lead in the second, we'd be in the middle of a tight encounter right now.
 

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He didn't play that badly, otherwise he wouldn't have had all those break points. It was just unfortunate that he couldn't hold serve and Federer played well on the bps. I don't see a lack of effort from Nalbandian but maybe after the marathon matches of the past few days, the NY crowd has been pampered to expect matches of similar intensity and duration.
 

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jazz_girl said:
I think he was booed when he broke a racket when losing the second set. So? What's with that? Is he the first player to do it? Do we really need a thread for this? :lol:
In fact, I heard much more cheering for David than for Roger, but I might be biased :confused:
:yeah: Like I said, someone needed vcash and was spoiling for a fight. For someone who claims not to be a fan, this thread just proves what a closet fan this person is. What a waste of energy!! This thread is useless. Moddies, do your job.
 

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jazz_girl said:
I think he was booed when he broke a racket when losing the second set. So? What's with that? Is he the first player to do it? Do we really need a thread for this? :lol:
In fact, I heard much more cheering for David than for Roger, but I might be biased :confused:
That was what got the booing? I didn't hear any when he walked off at the end, I have to say. There was a lot of Argentine support in the crowd, in addition to the neutrals who just wanted a good contest, but obviously they were disappointed that he couldn't provide one.
 

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That was what got the booing? I didn't hear any when he walked off at the end, I have to say. There was a lot of Argentine support in the crowd, in addition to the neutrals who just wanted a good contest, but obviously they were disappointed that he couldn't provide one.
That's the only booing I heard, he was applauded while leaving the court...I don't think a person that wants to tank a match saves 3 or 4 match points.
 

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Attention, everyone: this is a troll thread!! Any and all inhabitants of this thread will be destroyed by draining of brain power. Please evacuate the premises immediately!!!
 

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jazz_girl said:
I think he was booed when he broke a racket when losing the second set. So? What's with that? Is he the first player to do it? Do we really need a thread for this? :lol:
In fact, I heard much more cheering for David than for Roger, but I might be biased :confused:
No, he wasn't booed for busting a racket (I don't think anybody can blame him for being frustrated), but he was booed in the third set that he tanked and there was a smattering of boos as he left the court. He gave the impression of putting no effort into the match. No heart.

As for the cheering, the crowd seemed pretty even throughout the match but they were for the most part quiet and likely disappointed by such a quick, uneventful dismissal.
 

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Hey guys i'm sorry for the thread about the fine for Nalbandian...I didn't post it it was either my brother or his friend...Ithink the webmaster erased it...THANKS
 
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