Anyone know what Verdasco,Lopez, Wozniack drink during the match?

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  1. rafakin

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    I want to know what they drink during the match (pink color) where can buy? Is it sport drink ISO drink???Anyone know?
     
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    Verdasco should be drinking the legendary Gil Water. Only Mr. Reyes knows the ingredients to this brew. I suspect he overdosed on the stuff before his AO Semi against Nadal.
     
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    ^ Is Gil water derived from stuff like Cytomax? That was my impression anyway.
     
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    No idea. Agassi himself says in his autobiography that he never knew the ingredients of the brew.
     
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    Yeah, I remember that as well, but was hoping our eagle-eyed TalkTennis-ers might have found out something new since then... oh well.
     
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    So that's mean can't buy? How about Lopez and Wozniack, they also drinking same thing too!!!???
     
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    He is drinking Vitalyte, formerly known as Hydralyte. The "pink", fruit punch is just their most popular flavour, but it comes in 3 or 4 other flavours as well.
     
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    Haha, close but no cigar. It's a paintjob of water
     
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    I love how everything is paintjobbed now. Water, court surfaces, shoes, etc. I don't know why but it cracks me up every time.
     
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    The reason this particular quote cracked you up is that Pioneer is actually just a paint-job of Fedace. Hence the hilarity of what he posted...
     
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    Don't listen to Haasquet. I know his post seemed funny, but it was actually only a paint job of a post that wasn't nearly as entertaining.
     
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    it's probably some sort of energy drink to replace salts and electrolytes to stop them getting dehydrated and cramping. in the uk companies like lucozade and maximuscle produce these drinks in powdered form and you just add water.
     
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    Cherry-flavored Deca-Durabolin. ;)
     
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