Federer will win Wimbledon if he wears red bandana instead of white!

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  1. tennisenthusiast

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    I am just sayin....!
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  2. NLBwell

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    Red is a more powerful color and if I remember right someone did a study and showed that (US) football teams wearing red won more often than other teams. (Hard to believe someone actually got paid a salary to study that)
     
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  3. Sentinel

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    Sorry, but Sir Andy Murray has already announced his claim on the Wimbledon title. He no longer holds Ruff and Fudd in awe, nor Whack. So stop these insane predictions :D
     
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  4. Manus Domini

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    has to be white, can't be red. He'd lose due to DQ
     
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  5. Totai

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    He should show up to Wimbledon as Darth Federer in defiance of the Queen!
     
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  6. [d]ragon

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    I think a bandana is small enough to get around the all-white rule as long as the majority of his outfit is while
     
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    I thought Gulbis was going to take the crown.
     
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  8. amx13

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    I remember the boxer J.C. Chavez used to enter the ring with a red bandana to all of his fights, so there might be something to it...now, Federer lost the RG final with a red shirt, so he doesnt need a red bandana, he needs a great first serve %
     
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  9. YodaKnowsBest

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    Federer hasn't won a single tourny this year, saying he will win Wimbledon is just ridiculous.
     
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  10. viduka0101

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    ^hahahahaha, look who's back

    hahahahaha, you just made my day Yodalito, been hiding with Srdjan Djokovic?
     
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  11. tennis_pro

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    Not saying it makes a whole lot of a difference but for the record, Federer won Doha this year.
     
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  12. mandy01

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    He won Doha.
     
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  13. YodaKnowsBest

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    I'm sorry, I didn't count the 250 tournies. My point of view has completely changed now that I know Federer has won Doha. :roll:
     
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  14. NLBwell

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    As it should have.
     
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  15. Manus Domini

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    And Nadal hasn't beaten Djokovic on clay this year, but he still won Roland Garros.

    btw, Federer did win the Qatar Open.
     
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  16. Xizel

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    You bore me. He crushed Djokovic on a killing spree and made it to the final match on FO. It may not be a title win, but it proves that Federer is... Federer.
     
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  17. zagor

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    Yeah? Well you know,that’s just like your opinion,master Yoda.
     
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