Davydenko has style....

Discussion in 'General Pro Player Discussion' started by saram, Jul 10, 2007.

  1. saram

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  2. MEAC_ALLAMERICAN

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    Nice outfit, just add some Rogaine and it will be complete ;)

    Go Davydenko!!!! :grin:
     
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  3. saram

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    awesome...just awesome...;)
     
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  4. jaggy

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    Kinda retro 80s golf sweater.
     
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  5. quest01

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    Dont you get hot with that thing on.
     
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  6. a guy

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    Yeah what the hell :confused:
     
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  7. charlottefromca

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    I didn't know the guy was sponsored by Bananna republic.. =)
     
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  8. Zets147

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    I'm sure wherever he was playing at the time, it was cold. Or maybe he didn't have enough hair for warmth. JK

    DAVYDENKO ROCKS!!!
     
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  9. charlottefromca

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    It was really cold in Gastaad.
     
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  10. J-man

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    Well when your on the court with Monfils anything looks fine
     
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  11. Starlite

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    Tourney in the Alps

    Gstaad is in the mountains of Switzerland, so it probably doesn't get all that hot, even in the summer. Besides I think the sweater vest is pretty darn spiffy.



    Edit: I just looked up the temperature there and today it was about 46°F or 8° C.
     
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