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Klatu Verata Necktie
05-05-2008, 08:38 PM
What happened during their match today to spark animosity? I heard the commentators discussing bad blood between the two toward the end of the match but didn't get to see what had caused it. Do these two have history?

GAZ082
05-05-2008, 08:43 PM
Del Potro hit a ball on Murray and he did not apologize, Murray got ****ed off and started to curse on him, got a warning.

Shoulder clash in the change sides...

Anyway, this was the first time they met.

flyer
05-05-2008, 08:45 PM
Del Potro hit a ball on Murray and he did not apologize, Murray got ****ed off and started to curse on him, got a warning.

Shoulder clash in the change sides...

Anyway, this was the first time they met.

reallllllllllly, hmm

ScovilleJenkins
05-05-2008, 08:50 PM
murrays a *****, del potro would whoop him in a fight

Klatu Verata Necktie
05-05-2008, 08:57 PM
Del Potro hit a ball on Murray and he did not apologize, Murray got ****ed off and started to curse on him, got a warning.

Shoulder clash in the change sides...

Anyway, this was the first time they met.

Murray was caught cursing near the beginning of the match and was issued a warning. It's a bit sad that he would continue cursing like a brat.

MEAC_ALLAMERICAN
05-05-2008, 08:59 PM
If anybody noticed the break point during the 8th game in the 2nd set, JMDP hit a backhand that clipped the net and almost hit murray who was approaching the net.


I don't see what's the big deal with Murray making a big deal out of it, is that the way he behaves when things aren't going his way? :confused:

Cup8489
05-05-2008, 09:10 PM
murray cries when he plays. always.

Vision84
05-05-2008, 09:11 PM
Del Potro hit a ball on Murray and he did not apologize, Murray got ****ed off and started to curse on him, got a warning.

Shoulder clash in the change sides...

Anyway, this was the first time they met.

Del Potro should have apologized and Murray should have just let it go and stay focused.

I didn't see the match and am just judging by this.

flyer
05-05-2008, 09:26 PM
There actually another dynamic to this, apparently del Potro insulted Murray's mom, if that is true Murray was in every right to even hit him, for me its like, you can say anything you want about me and I'll take it I don't care, but once you say something at about my mom thats when Im going to lose it

http://news.google.com/news?hl=en&q=murray%20del%20potro&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=wn

guynamedsean
05-05-2008, 09:31 PM
There actually another dynamic to this, apparently del Potro insulted Murray's mom, if that is true Murray was in every right to even hit him, for me its like, you can say anything you want about me and I'll take it I don't care, but once you say something at about my mom thats when Im going to lose it

http://news.google.com/news?hl=en&q=murray%20del%20potro&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=wn

$#@! YA MAMMA

35ft6
05-05-2008, 09:50 PM
It's on again right now. To add to everything already been said, Murray seems to be feeding Del Potro intentionally bad overheads during warmups.

gj011
05-05-2008, 09:55 PM
So Del Potro pulled a Federer and abused other player's family on the court. :twisted:

Vision84
05-05-2008, 09:57 PM
Was Murray's mom barking orders at Del Potro to? :confused:

Fee
05-05-2008, 10:06 PM
murrays a *****, del potro would whoop him in a fight

As bad as his back is, I could take JMDP out in a fight right now.

serve/and/volley
05-05-2008, 10:10 PM
On the last point, after a pretty good baseline exchange, Murray hit a drop shop, whereupon Del Potro tried to get to it and apparently pulled something in his lower back. Then he goes to his chair and calls for a trainer. Del Potro then starts to cry big time. Sobbing like a little girl. End of match. I have never seen a man cry like that before during a tennis match. Pretty pathetic.

Fee
05-05-2008, 10:12 PM
If you knew what JMDP had been through the last few months because of his back, you might be a little bit more understanding. He's a very young player, and his back issues are a big concern for him right now (he might have come back too soon, just have to wait and see).

flyer
05-05-2008, 10:12 PM
On the last point, after a pretty good baseline exchange, Murray hit a drop shop, whereupon Del Potro tried to get to it and apparently pulled something in his lower back. Then he goes to his chair and calls for a trainer. Del Potro then starts to cry big time. Sobbing like a little girl. End of match. I have never seen a man cry like that before during a tennis match. Pretty pathetic.

hes young, everyone has had an embarrassing crying moment in their life, i think he was more sad than anything because his back hass been hurt all year and he just wants to be healthy and play

Andres
05-05-2008, 10:13 PM
On the last point, after a pretty good baseline exchange, Murray hit a drop shop, whereupon Del Potro tried to get to it and apparently pulled something in his lower back. Then he goes to his chair and calls for a trainer. Del Potro then starts to cry big time. Sobbing like a little girl. End of match. I have never seen a man cry like that before during a tennis match. Pretty pathetic.
That's because you can't tear a back muscle sitting on your couch, drinking beer and eating chips like you are right now. If anything, your position is way more pathetic than Del Potro's. At least, he has a reason to cry, you can't injure yourself from your couch. Maybe dislocating your fingers using the remote control.

Federer cried because he won a title, Del Potro cried because he ****ed up his back. IMO, JMDP had a better reason to cry.

BOZO
05-05-2008, 10:14 PM
Forkland VS Great Britain War

Andres
05-05-2008, 10:19 PM
Forkland? :lol:

serve/and/volley
05-05-2008, 10:22 PM
That's because you can't tear a back muscle sitting on your couch, drinking beer and eating chips like you are right now. If anything, your position is way more pathetic than Del Potro's. At least, he has a reason to cry, you can't injure yourself from your couch. Maybe dislocating your fingers using the remote control.

Federer cried because he won a title, Del Potro cried because he ****ed up his back. IMO, JMDP had a better reason to cry.

No need to get overexcited defending your countryman. I hate to say it, but Del Potro did cry like a little girl. I've experienced torn ligaments, muscle tissue, and a shattered ankle playing soccer a few years back. Was it painful, hell yes. But the pain was so great that there is not even a chance to shed a tear, because my brain was preoccupied with trying to stabilize my body.

I've also been hit by a car while on a bicycle. That hurt pretty bad, and I was lucky not to break anything. No need to shed any tears there as well.

I don't think source of Del Potro's crying is only physical. I think Andy Murray had something to do with it.

gj011
05-05-2008, 10:22 PM
Forkland? :lol:

It is just east of Spoonland. :roll:

gj011
05-05-2008, 10:24 PM
No need to get overexcited defending your countryman. I hate to say it, but Del Potro did cry like a little girl. I've experienced torn ligaments, muscle tissue, and a shattered ankle playing soccer a few years back. Was it painful, hell yes. But the pain was so great that there is not even a chance to shed a tear, because my brain was preoccupied with trying to stabilize my body.

I've also been hit by a car while on a bicycle. That hurt pretty bad, and I was lucky not to break anything.

I don't think source of Del Potro's crying is only physical. I think Andy Murray had something to do with it.

But why do you think it is "pathetic"? That is very harsh thing to say, when someone is hurt and crying.

Rob_C
05-05-2008, 10:31 PM
Forkland VS Great Britain War

Falkland???? Feel free to google every now and then just to make sure.

el sergento
05-05-2008, 10:33 PM
Forkland VS Great Britain War

Forkland? :lol:

Forkland is where Nalbandian lives, which technically makes it part of Argentina.:)

serve/and/volley
05-05-2008, 10:35 PM
But why do you think it is "pathetic"? That is very harsh thing to say, when someone is hurt and crying.

I am sorry, but physical pain is not a good reason to cry like that. Especially if you are a grown man. Since Del Potro is a grown man, I don't think he is crying because of just the pain. Any grown man who cries like that is due to acute emotional distress. What's the cause of this distress? Here are some possible reasons:

- Upset for the way Murray has treated him during the match
- Upset at how the match turned against him
- Upset at how he had the bad luck to get injured during the match

Let's say that he is very upset about these things. He should not let Murray see him like this. I'm not a big fan of Andy Murray, and I would have liked Del Potro stand up to Murray.

el sergento
05-05-2008, 10:36 PM
No need to get overexcited defending your countryman. I hate to say it, but Del Potro did cry like a little girl. I've experienced torn ligaments, muscle tissue, and a shattered ankle playing soccer a few years back. Was it painful, hell yes. But the pain was so great that there is not even a chance to shed a tear, because my brain was preoccupied with trying to stabilize my body.

I've also been hit by a car while on a bicycle. That hurt pretty bad, and I was lucky not to break anything. No need to shed any tears there as well.

I don't think source of Del Potro's crying is only physical. I think Andy Murray had something to do with it.

Good for you tough guy, tell me, was your promising soccer/cycling career at risk from your injuries??

Believe me, Del P. isn't crying from the pain.

edberg505
05-05-2008, 10:40 PM
Oh well, doesn't matter. Stan the man will clean Murray's clock the next round anyways.

serve/and/volley
05-05-2008, 10:42 PM
Good for you tough guy, tell me, was your promising soccer/cycling career at risk from your injuries??

Believe me, Del P. isn't crying from the pain.

It doesn't matter what I think about Del Potro's crying, because I'm just a nobody. However it does matter what Andy Murray thinks, because they are opponents on the tour, and the fact that he's from the UK makes it worse. Did you see Andy Murray go and check to see if Del Potro was okay? Did Andy Murray even shake his end to end the match? Murray is a big time punk, so if you are playing a punk, you don't let him see yourself in any weak state whatsover. I understand why Del Potro cried, but I'll bet you that Andy Murray doesn't. That's why Del Potro should have tried his best not to let Andy Murray see him in that pathetic state. Believe me, I would have loved to see Del Potro clean Murray's clock, just like I enjoy watching Argentina beat England in the World Cup.

Leelord337
05-05-2008, 10:46 PM
hes young, everyone has had an embarrassing crying moment in their life, i think he was more sad than anything because his back hass been hurt all year and he just wants to be healthy and play

it was funny when the commentators were talking about del potro's crying: "Have you ever seen anything like this?" "Not on a Tennis Court"

i mean crying after winning a grand slam is different than crying from pain.

flyer
05-05-2008, 11:00 PM
^^^I do kinda feel for the kid, hes got all this pressure and people talking about his talent and expecting him to make a move (hes been on the cusp for over a year now), and he feels he good enough im sure but he just can't healthy long enough to do so...it would be very frustrating

rafan
05-05-2008, 11:02 PM
But why do you think it is "pathetic"? That is very harsh thing to say, when someone is hurt and crying.

I've got nothing against anyone crying - but please tell me why we never saw Mac, Jimmy, Borg, and all those greats clearing off mid tournament?

Feņa14
05-05-2008, 11:20 PM
It doesn't matter what I think about Del Potro's crying, because I'm just a nobody. However it does matter what Andy Murray thinks, because they are opponents on the tour, and the fact that he's from the UK makes it worse. Did you see Andy Murray go and check to see if Del Potro was okay? Did Andy Murray even shake his end to end the match? Murray is a big time punk, so if you are playing a punk, you don't let him see yourself in any weak state whatsover. I understand why Del Potro cried, but I'll bet you that Andy Murray doesn't. That's why Del Potro should have tried his best not to let Andy Murray see him in that pathetic state. Believe me, I would have loved to see Del Potro clean Murray's clock, just like I enjoy watching Argentina beat England in the World Cup.

How was 2002 for ya fella? ;)

As for the crying, if he did insult Murray's Mom and then start crying because of an injury then that's a pretty poor showing from Del Potro.

Murray did go over and pat him on the back at the end but Del Potro was too busy talking with the trainer/crying his eyes out for Andy to say any words.... Good gesture towards someone who had just insulted your Mother there by Andy.

Vision84
05-05-2008, 11:29 PM
i mean crying after winning a grand slam is different than crying from pain.

Again it was probably not the pain that caused him to cry. I don't blame him for crying. Being plagued by injuries that keep you from playing is a very difficult thing. I dealt with it in college for an entire year and it was horrible though I never cried. God knows what it is like on the pro tour when you are a potential top 10 player and have a whole country's expectations on you.

stormholloway
05-05-2008, 11:34 PM
I've got nothing against anyone crying - but please tell me why we never saw Mac, Jimmy, Borg, and all those greats clearing off mid tournament?

This isn't like Djokovic though. This guy isn't faking.

Those players you mentioned aren't 6'5" 120 lbs like Del Potro. He's built like he's made of popsicle sticks.

Fee
05-05-2008, 11:43 PM
Murray and many other players on tour have some idea of the extent of JMDP's back injury, I'm sure. There is probably more empathy than disgust for him in the locker room. None of them want to be in his shoes right now.

JMDP is not a 'fully grown' man. He is somewhat immature, so even though I did not see the match I'm not surprised to hear that he was so emotional on court in public.

serve/and/volley
05-05-2008, 11:49 PM
Murray and many other players on tour have some idea of the extent of JMDP's back injury, I'm sure. There is probably more empathy than disgust for him in the locker room. None of them want to be in his shoes right now.

JMDP is not a 'fully grown' man. He is somewhat immature, so even though I did not see the match I'm not surprised to hear that he was so emotional on court in public.

Del Potro is listed as 20 years old, 6' 5", 172 lbs. How much more is he going to grow? And at what age is he suppose to be a man?

stormholloway
05-05-2008, 11:50 PM
Murray's performance was pretty impressive once he became angry. He channeled that energy to his advantage, which I think he should learn to do rather than try to be something he's not: the iceman.

Del Potro should have raised a hand when he hit the ball at him. That's customary. He did not. I think this backfired on him because Murray started playing better.

fluffy Beaver
05-05-2008, 11:52 PM
No need to get overexcited defending your countryman. I hate to say it, but Del Potro did cry like a little girl. I've experienced torn ligaments, muscle tissue, and a shattered ankle playing soccer a few years back. Was it painful, hell yes. But the pain was so great that there is not even a chance to shed a tear, because my brain was preoccupied with trying to stabilize my body.

I've also been hit by a car while on a bicycle. That hurt pretty bad, and I was lucky not to break anything. No need to shed any tears there as well.

I don't think source of Del Potro's crying is only physical. I think Andy Murray had something to do with it.

ya and you know, I jump off cliffs w/o parachutes and takes hits from semis....honestly people like you say all that crap whenever someone calls you out and apparently you type of people have sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo many experiences that one wouldn't believe. Like someone who gets bit by a dog and says that's pathetic, i've been bitten by an alligator and t-rex before. Stop being full of it please.:-?

superman1
05-05-2008, 11:57 PM
I am sorry, but physical pain is not a good reason to cry like that.

His career, livelihood and future depends on his health. He's just 20, his entire life so far has been tennis, so give the kid a break.

stormholloway
05-06-2008, 12:03 AM
He had his claws dug deep into a good match against a top player, one whom he was apparently emotionally involved with, and he had to quit due to a lingering injury.

It's hard to judge the guy unless you're in his shoes. Then again, it's not like it's the finals of Roland Garros.

Strings And Things
05-06-2008, 12:06 AM
No need to get overexcited defending your countryman. I hate to say it, but Del Potro did cry like a little girl. I've experienced torn ligaments, muscle tissue, and a shattered ankle playing soccer a few years back. Was it painful, hell yes. But the pain was so great that there is not even a chance to shed a tear, because my brain was preoccupied with trying to stabilize my body.

I've also been hit by a car while on a bicycle. That hurt pretty bad, and I was lucky not to break anything. No need to shed any tears there as well.

I don't think source of Del Potro's crying is only physical. I think Andy Murray had something to do with it.Perhaps he was getting all emotional, pessimistically thinking about the end of his tennis career? Maybe those presumptions just suddenly hit him like a ton of bricks? If that's the case, I'd give him an excuse -- remember, adults should try to be understanding towards kids' actions/behaviors.

TennisandMusic
05-06-2008, 12:10 AM
That's because you can't tear a back muscle sitting on your couch, drinking beer and eating chips like you are right now. If anything, your position is way more pathetic than Del Potro's. At least, he has a reason to cry, you can't injure yourself from your couch. Maybe dislocating your fingers using the remote control.

Federer cried because he won a title, Del Potro cried because he ****ed up his back. IMO, JMDP had a better reason to cry.

I thought Federer cried because he LOST a title. :-P

http://youtube.com/watch?v=w8QDlcFHA4o

Strings And Things
05-06-2008, 12:11 AM
Del Potro is listed as 20 years old, 6' 5", 172 lbs. How much more is he going to grow? And at what age is he suppose to be a man?Oh, right. True.

serve/and/volley
05-06-2008, 12:12 AM
ya and you know, I jump off cliffs w/o parachutes and takes hits from semis....honestly people like you say all that crap whenever someone calls you out and apparently you type of people have sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo many experiences that one wouldn't believe. Like someone who gets bit by a dog and says that's pathetic, i've been bitten by an alligator and t-rex before. Stop being full of it please.:-?

Breaking an ankle playing soccer, and getting hit by a car while riding a bike is not an uncommon experience.

The bottom line is this: physical pain is never a reason to cry for a grown man, ever. Hence it is most likely that Del Potro is not crying because of the injury. When Seles was stabbed, she wasn't sobbing. Her brain is preoccupied with dealing with the immediate injury and shock.

This is not like Sampras crying during his match against Courier at the US Open (which Sampras fought to win) because his coach had a terminal disease.

Even the British commentators were dismissive of Del Potro's sobbing, perhaps because they are biased for Andy Murray. In any case, you don't want to let your opponent see you in that state, especially having earlier altercations with Murray and his mom.

I guess I am just disappointed that I lost money on Del Potro beating Murray, and I'm taking it out on the poor guy.

rafan
05-06-2008, 02:16 AM
When Nadal lost to Federer in that all great Wimbledon final last year - heaven knows what injury he had - he waited until he had got off court and according to him had a long bath and had a good cry - he was just 21 years of age but mature enough to be the true professional he is and never show his reaction to such a big loss .

HoVa
05-06-2008, 03:38 AM
I think that Murray had every right to tell off Del petro.

DP hitting that ball to Murray's face signaled "GAME ON!"

you reap what you sow.

onkystomper
05-06-2008, 04:39 AM
Forkland VS Great Britain War

yes you are living up to your screen name

zagor
05-06-2008, 04:41 AM
I thought Federer cried because he LOST a title. :-P

http://youtube.com/watch?v=w8QDlcFHA4o

So? It was Federer's hometown tournament so I think it's understandable he had a lot of emotion going on,coicidentally he also cried that year when he beat your hero Sampras at Wimbledon(I guess you were crying then as well).It's funny how guys like you constatly bash Federer fans for being too fanatical and then proceed to discuss Federer in a thread which has absolutely nothing to do with him.

zagor
05-06-2008, 04:54 AM
On the last point, after a pretty good baseline exchange, Murray hit a drop shop, whereupon Del Potro tried to get to it and apparently pulled something in his lower back. Then he goes to his chair and calls for a trainer. Del Potro then starts to cry big time. Sobbing like a little girl. End of match. I have never seen a man cry like that before during a tennis match. Pretty pathetic.

Del Potro had back issues plaguing him for quite a while and he's only 20,tennis is his life and his career.You're not nearly in the same situation as him as tennis(and other sports you might play)is just a hobby for you,it's not your proffesion on which you depend on so you can't compare his situation and yours because they're very different.

Buchhalter
05-06-2008, 05:35 AM
Ivan Lendl never appologized for anything. In fact, he would purposelly drill a few balls at you to send a message.

To bad about the JMDP, tough to lose because of injury.

Chrystal
05-06-2008, 05:37 AM
Murray did go over and pat him on the back at the endNice...

If the lad thinks his career might be over or that he'll never reach his full potential because of injury then I don't think anyone should be saying it is pathetic if he cries. It is a totally natural reaction. Remember that not all players are as mature and professional as Nadal at such a young age...

Cup8489
05-06-2008, 05:39 AM
Del Potro had back issues plaguing him for quite a while and he's only 20,tennis is his life and his career.You're not nearly in the same situation as him as tennis(and other sports you might play)is just a hobby for you,it's not your proffesion on which you depend on so you can't compare his situation and yours because they're very different.

only 19... that's a really crappy way to end a match though..

35ft6
05-06-2008, 06:56 AM
Americans forget that our homophobic notions of manhood aren't shared by the rest of the world. How would anybody know Del Potro is crying because of pain? I think it's way more likely he's upset at knowing he'll be sidelined for a while.

WillAlwaysLoveYouTennis
05-06-2008, 07:41 AM
And for those also who are say, 6'5 or over, one can have some issues with your back that can be excruciating. Yes, other heights can too, but especially when you are over a certain height.

I started watching the match but didn't finish, so can't comment directly on that aspect, but I am man enough to admit that there is the possibility when one has really, really wanted something, to play, and it means so much to you...that when you have yet another injury the same, its a HUGE letdown.

Not everyone would cry about it, but its an emotional response that's natural when very disappointed. Some with imaginary 'huge' gonads and macho issues will rag on a guy who does this, but that's just how it goes, eh? High school locker room insults and laughter from the so-called 'jocks' who of course would do better, behave differently, be more manly.

Always it's easy to be sideline, and say, Come on, you can do better than that. That's extremely easy, just as easy to judge someone's character and behavior when you know little or nothing about them personally. It is much more hard to be correct in those assumptions.

vandre
05-06-2008, 09:46 AM
As bad as his back is, I could take JMDP out in a fight right now.

even if his back was good, i think you'd lay a beating down on him, fee! you are a tough woman! :)

we're all afraid of you, the other guys just wouldn't speak up!

Feņa14
05-06-2008, 12:20 PM
Murray's performance was pretty impressive once he became angry. He channeled that energy to his advantage, which I think he should learn to do rather than try to be something he's not: the iceman.

Del Potro should have raised a hand when he hit the ball at him. That's customary. He did not. I think this backfired on him because Murray started playing better.

You're right yeah.

It made him more angry and he started hitting the ball a bit harder and going for more, something which I think he needs to do on clay a bit more.

coloskier
05-06-2008, 12:42 PM
Forkland is where Nalbandian lives, which technically makes it part of Argentina.:)

ROFL, which I assume is right next to DonutLand. :)

[d]ragon
05-06-2008, 12:46 PM
That's because you can't tear a back muscle sitting on your couch, drinking beer and eating chips like you are right now. If anything, your position is way more pathetic than Del Potro's. At least, he has a reason to cry, you can't injure yourself from your couch. Maybe dislocating your fingers using the remote control.

Federer cried because he won a title, Del Potro cried because he ****ed up his back. IMO, JMDP had a better reason to cry.

ur wrong andres....





he cant injure himself from his computer desk :twisted:

Fee
05-06-2008, 03:03 PM
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I guess I am just disappointed that I lost money on Del Potro beating Murray, and I'm taking it out on the poor guy.

Finally, the truth comes out. So it's okay to cry when you lose money on a bet, but not when your entire livelihood may be crumbling at your feet.

Thankfully, you are not the last word on what is acceptable for behavior for real men.

even if his back was good, i think you'd lay a beating down on him, fee! you are a tough woman! :)

we're all afraid of you, the other guys just wouldn't speak up!

Damn right. Behave or I will throw my ATP rulebook at you!

(that post made me laugh out loud, thank you. :) ).

Stchamps
05-06-2008, 03:39 PM
I am sorry, but physical pain is not a good reason to cry like that. Especially if you are a grown man. Since Del Potro is a grown man, I don't think he is crying because of just the pain. Any grown man who cries like that is due to acute emotional distress. What's the cause of this distress? Here are some possible reasons:

- Upset for the way Murray has treated him during the match
- Upset at how the match turned against him
- Upset at how he had the bad luck to get injured during the match

Let's say that he is very upset about these things. He should not let Murray see him like this. I'm not a big fan of Andy Murray, and I would have liked Del Potro stand up to Murray.

19 year olds aren't grown men. You're brain is pretty much fully developed when you're 24, and your muscles not til about 29.

BeHappy
05-06-2008, 03:54 PM
19 year olds aren't grown men. You're brain is pretty much fully developed when you're 24, and your muscles not til about 29.

your muscles?

really?

cite source?, (curious)

serve/and/volley
05-06-2008, 04:05 PM
Finally, the truth comes out. So it's okay to cry when you lose money on a bet, but not when your entire livelihood may be crumbling at your feet.

Thankfully, you are not the last word on what is acceptable for behavior for real men.



Damn right. Behave or I will throw my ATP rulebook at you!

(that post made me laugh out loud, thank you. :) ).

It's still not a bad bet on Murray crashing out of the 1st round on clay had Potro played stronger.
At least I made it back and more with Gasquet and Safin crashing out.

In any case, I remember you. You saw a picture of me in another thread. It is only fair that you reciprocate.

Stchamps
05-06-2008, 04:19 PM
your muscles?

really?

cite source?, (curious)

I'll try and look some stuff up. I used to be pretty ibig nto body building.

BeHappy
05-06-2008, 04:35 PM
I'll try and look some stuff up. I used to be pretty ibig nto body building.

thanks man ;)

Fee
05-06-2008, 05:58 PM
It's still not a bad bet on Murray crashing out of the 1st round on clay had Potro played stronger.
At least I made it back and more with Gasquet and Safin crashing out.

In any case, I remember you. You saw a picture of me in another thread. It is only fair that you reciprocate.


Nah... you're not missing anything, just your average big grin, big hair brunette. No one wants to see pictures of me.

random guy
05-06-2008, 09:36 PM
Forkland is where Nalbandian lives, which technically makes it part of Argentina.:)

Hahahahaah!! That was a good one man! good job.... :)

verdasco67
05-07-2008, 02:30 PM
http://msn.foxsports.com/tennis/story/8109422/Murray-claims-Del-Potro-insulted-his-mother


murray is such a cry baby......thats part of tennis. remember lendl!?

Greenfin Beta
05-07-2008, 02:47 PM
It is just east of Spoonland. :roll:

west, i would say. or are you left-handed? 8-)

ruski07
05-07-2008, 03:10 PM
i dislike murry, he is a skirt, hes the biggest brat going around....good on del potro 4 trying to hit im, i would :) haha

Defcon
05-07-2008, 04:16 PM
Murray is a ******bag with a lousy attitude. He has all the charisma and appeal of a wet mollusk, with a game to match. I'd rather watch paint dry and then stab my eyes repeatedly with a rusted fork than watch another one of his temper tantrums!

mrmo1115
05-07-2008, 04:52 PM
karma happened as murray lost to wawrinka

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