Richard Gasquet withdrew from Montreal

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  2. He wants to kiss more girlie girls.
     
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  3. Probably, but thats strange...he just got free to play!:shock:
     
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  4. stanfordtennis alum

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    prob went to the club last nite and kissed another girl.. im assumming he's injured
     
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  5. I'm just joking......he probably needs to go work on his forehand some more.
     
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  6. Injured?? Hell he hasnt been playing for months!
     
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  7. GameSampras

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    When was the last time he played? 2006? Good lord


    Again.. Another good talent who has done nothing with his career. Seems like there is quite a few of them around today
     
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  8. Yeah...i guess:) Gasquet though is one of the few players on the ATP-tour that i like besides the GOAT
     
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  9. Huh?


    He played the Australian open this year and lost to Gonzalez 12-10 in the fifth in the third round.
     
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  10. GameSampras

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    I was kidding.. But its still pretty ridiculous.. Whats going on with this guy? He has too much talent to be sitting on the sidelines.
     
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  11. Absolutely, based on their respective junior-careers Gasquet should have been the one having the kind of results that Nadal has had.
     
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  12. jevonclyde

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    Maybe it's because the ITF is appealing his doping ruling...
     
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  13. Cloudy

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    providing he doesn't get another suspension pending the appeal he will be back in New Haven.
     
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