Muster is hella fit again!!!

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  1. backhander

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    Have you guys seen the March 2004 Tennis Magazine? It has a pic of Thomas Muster, the guy is dam cut again. I guess when he went to golf he gained a ton of weight, then he decided to get into shape again. Man the guy has like a buldging 6-pack and looks totally cut. Was he like that when he was on tour?

    I know there is a difference between being physically fit and looking totally cut. Who do you guys think has the most ripped physique now? Gambill? Ginepri?
     
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  2. roundiesee

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    What about Paradorn Srichaphan?
     
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  3. PureCarlosMoyaDrive

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  4. @wright

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    Agassi is up there.
     
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  5. Greg

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    Pssh. Me, of course. :lol:
     
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  6. Phil

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    Hey Back-ender, Are you g--a--y? Not that there's anything wrong with that...
     
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  7. Cypo

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    Muster is managing over the Austrian Davis Cup team and revamping the junior tennis here to help more players compete at higher levels. I think he'll be training the most promising himself.

    (Virst Kalifornia, den dee vorld ! )
     
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  8. AAAA

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    Phil, Your intentional mis-spelling of the poster's handle and your stated neutral attitude contradict each other.
     
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  9. couch

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    AAAA,

    The last part of his statement is from an old Seinfeld episode.
     
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  10. AAAA

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    Couch, Do I owe Phil an apology?

    Phil I apologize.
     
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  11. couch

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    No, I think you're okay. I think Phil was just trying to be funny. As soon as started reading Phil's post I was thinking the same thing (the Seinfeld quip). You know how everyone has to be politically correct these days.
     
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  12. @wright

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    I don't remember that episode...What was the storyline?
     
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  13. couch

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    It's when this hot female NYU newspaper reporter is doing a story on Jerry and she overhears Jerry and George talking about some things that made it sound like they were lovers.

    Jerry keeps trying to get a date with this reporter. They keep telling her that they are not gay and after they tell her they're not gay, they always said, "not that there's anything wrong with it". They were saying that to be politically correct. I think that's when all the politically correct things were going on.

    I think that's it in a nutshell.
     
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  14. couch

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    Looks like the TW police got me. It's supposed to be G--a--y in place of blah.
     
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    Don't feel bad, you can't even use the word in its proper context on this board.
     
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  16. Phil

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    AAAA - No apology necessary, but since you did, I accept.

    Good catch Couch on the Sienfield reference, and kudos for helping to educate some of our younger, less (pop) culturally-aware fellow TW Board members!
     
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  17. @wright

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    I consider myself very proficient in Seinfeld references, and not even just the obvious ones("No soup for you!", "It's not a purse, it's European!"), but also the obscure Seinfeld quotes. Oh well, several references are likely to slip through even the most avid Seinfeld watcher's fingers.
     
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  18. couch

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    No problem Phil, I'm here to help. That episode was a classic.
     
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  19. Foo4Everlong

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    Yeah, but it's almost a complete waste. Too bad he wasn't ten years younger, then maybe he could play the sport that made him famous. Later
     
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  20. Cypo

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    Foo4Everlong, how do you figure it's waste ? I don't think Muster has anything left to prove in terms of competing himself. The Austrian tennis scene however, is a place where he could have a very big positive influence, especially with the up and coming players

    Where is Musterfan ??
     
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  21. david aames

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    Dude, I can't believe you pulled up that one after the whole Brad Gilbert threat mess. Please tell me you're joking.
     
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  22. Phil

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    I was joking, as you can see from the subsequent posts.
     
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