I Stand By Roger: Flight of the Golden Eagle of Victory

Discussion in 'Pro Match Results and Discussion' started by JoelDali, May 14, 2011.

  1. Sentinel

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    Please DON"T DARE DO SUCH A THING ANYONE !!!!
    This is NOT even funny at all.

    LMAO.

    Rusty, if you ever dare do such a thing, i might leave the forum :D
     
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  2. stringertom

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    IF PAST IS PROLOGUE . . .

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    Almost sureshsian:
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    I'm afraid we might have to merge the golden eagle thread with the tribute thread when fedreshs inevitably attains Poobian nirvana.
     
  5. Sentinel

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    LOL,
    Sadly Fed is just not as elegant as Sureshs. Poor Fed is flailing like an amateur. Looks like he is swatting a fly or catching a butterfly.
     
  6. Rusty Shackleford

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    LMFAO.

    Federer wishes. ;)
     
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    Why does he have to be a Golden eagle ? why can't he be a bronze eagle ?
     
  8. Rusty Shackleford

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    Bronze is an alloy, you silly. Federer is too arrogant for alloys.
     
  9. Rusty Shackleford

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    OK, I'll do it. I know good reverse psychology when I see it.

    Please, anyone have clear pictures of Sureshs's mug from different angles (including sideways)? I already have his front shot which I've used in gems as the one below (No Country for 3.5's), but I need different angles.

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    Nightmares on the way tonight for me with a slightly heavy and shadowy Anton Chigureshs standing at the foot of the bed and asking me if I mixed that lucky bagel in with the rest of my bagels.:eek:
     
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    Allez Roger Federer

    BEL18VE
     
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    Well, let's just say in the leap years, SexiMasterClass beats Andrew in one slam final. (Wimby 2004)
     
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    Nice catch! Brad Gilbert's protégés, current or former, always succumb to SexiSwissMasterLock in leap year slam finals. It's called "Beating Ugly".
     
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    ????? LOl!
     
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    Fed dressed as McEnroe and Agassi haha
     
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    Haha... tremendous. "Oh, and that car..." These are the spoils for a seven decade champion.
     
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    If possible, I would give multiple (17) likes for this!:):p:D
     
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    You heard it first from Ivan. Roger Federer is a human being with observable emotions. This is not tolerable by those of us who subscribe the a pre-WWII vision of manhood and a conviction that a certain range of the emotional spectrum is purely feminine and to be avoided at all costs. Although, comfortingly there is this.
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    Well, firstly, that's tears of joy.
    Secondly, that was 2014, where Rafa's back problems started his decline.
    His victory over Novak was highly dramatic, since he was down in that fifth set.
    He must have known it was going to be his last victory at RG.
     
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    Velvet Black Paint says Hi Rogie!!
     
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    Joy, yes. Also, resignation, no? Final major title, tidy little bow on things.
     
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    I couldn't agree more. These are legitimate manly tears. I think I read unconfirmed reports that in a couple of these shots he actually had a compound fracture in his pelvis.
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    That's what you get when you fool with Mother Nature...knees, wrists, shoulders, ab tears, pelvic fractures.
     
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    A tourney without Roger is like buffalo wings without beer.

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  28. pound cat

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    No wonder he isn't playing tennis right now. He is out there driving that car!
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  29. terribleIVAN

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    Roger looks like he's going to faint at any moment here.


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    Rafa must be thinking: " I knew it all along he's a girlie man"
     
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    LOL. Even when Federer is out injured, the haters have no peace. Guy is so powerful.:p
     
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    The AO one is not "tears of joy". So yeah. Pot-Kettle-Black. At least Roger doesn't get booed by an entire crowd for taking a phony MTO in the middle of major a major final.
     
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    You have a point.

    Roger would rather simply throw the match instead.

    No questions asked. :rolleyes:

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  33. mandy01

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    Better than taking a fake MTO, audience recognizing your shenanigans and then proceeding to boo you, so that you're reduced to tears by the end of the match.
     
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    I have tears over this classic thread becoming a site for flame wars instigated by one particularly boring troll.:(

    Get well soon, SexiRogi. We need your MasterClass ways to restore The Beautiful Game.
     
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    Leo-Lenny Growing Up Fast~!:eek::eek::D:D

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    If the gilded avian rises from the ashes in man-ho form, will Rog applaud? Seriously, it's starting to seem like GD could redeem both himself and the entire game.
     
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    People, i wouldn't want to spoil a party, but you do realise that fibrocartilage doesn't regenerate, do you ?

    5 more months won't do a thing for Roger's knee.

    He will have to play with a sore/swollen knee for the remaining part of his career.

    He might even never comeback at all !
     
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  40. Povl Carstensen

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    Lets embrace the negativity with unconditional forgiving.
     
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    It depends on the person. Some people do regenerate it and some don't. I'd think most athletes do, otherwise they wouldn't last that long.
     
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    haha... "We need a clown for this circus" made funnier by the courteous "Thank you" to the towel kid immediately thereafter... hadn't noticed that before.
     

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