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In other words, they are clichéd. They are so annoying. :mad: :rolleyes:

Here are some examples...

"If somebody told me before the tournament that I would have achieved what I have, I wouldn't have believed them." - What a dumb thing to say. It's as if they expect somebody to travel back from the future into "present" time and tell you what you will achieve in the future. :cuckoo:

"I'm just going to go out there and give it my all. I have nothing to lose." - What you have to lose, is the opportunity to win. :retard:

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Any others which you can think of. :confused:
 

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Re: Which Comments are you sick of players repetitively saying?

Sentences ending with "....,no?"
right! funny how people on MTF start saying it all the time cause Nadal is so dumb he has to say it after every sentence.

" I need to go out there and play some good tennis " - no shit.
 

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"One match at a time"

"You know"

"He`s obviously the man to beat [everyone referring to Federer]"

"I didn`t take my chances today"

"I didn`t play my best today [hello Serena]"

"The conditions favoured him"

"I`m just going to try and enjoy myself"

"He`s only human~ you know"
 

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Marcos Baghdatis (Pre-Match)- "I will just play my game and find the solution"
(Post-Match [Win])- "I went on the court and found the solution"
(Post-Match [Loss])- "I didn't find the solution"
 

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Starting each and every response with the tired old, "Yeah, I mean..."
 

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Marcos Baghdatis (Pre-Match)- "I will just play my game and find the solution"
:lol: Yeah, that's a good one. I noticed that the most in Wimbledon 2006. He says that before every match he plays, so predictable. It makes it sound like he went out on court with no tactics at all. They also asked him in Wimbledon 2006 how he made adjustments to the grass and he said he doesn't change anything and just tries to play his normal game on it.
 

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Here's another one...

"When I'm playing my best tennis, I can beat anybody." - No point in being hypothetical. ;)
 

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Henin - "I was playing too far from my baseline"
Djoker - "Well, first of all I have to say...."
Serena - "I just decided I wasn't going to lose today."
Hewitt/Clijsters - "Well, you know...."
Nadal - "Federer will be the favourite for sure, but I will try my best."
 

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I'm more sick of repetetive stupid asshole questions which some journalists are asking basically every time, and then in most cases even the same players. Hence, most stupid answers are due to this and because the players who are frequently interviewed or are used to give many press conferences (and hear the same questions over and over again) have their tool box of answer sets at their hands.

As for some interjections mentioned in the posts above. Yes, they can be annoying sometimes, even though they are in most cases understandable (unless they appear really too frequently and after every half sentence) because that's how transcripts of interviews look like as hardly anybody can construct spoken sentences without any stoppages, time to think about the answer or his usual, personal speaking habits and customs.
 

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Djokovic's interviews can become irritating after the 900 thousandth "You know"

Yes I DO FUCKING KNOW!!!!!
 

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Before: "It will be very 'ard, 'e is a great playeur."
After: "It was very 'ard, 'e is a great playeur." :) ;)
 
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