What does Rafa say to himself?

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  1. tin

    tin Rookie

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    Ok so recently, Rafa just won a very tight match with nole and saved three match points. He probably is the most mentally tough player in the tour.

    I was just wondering what he say to himself when he plays the big points....

    Maybe something like...I'm the man or whatever... How does he do it??:confused:
     
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  2. defrule

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    I can win!
     
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  3. babbette

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    "ahora"

    he said this in his blog.
     
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  4. He says "I need another netcord, no?"

    :) :)
     
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  5. GameSampras

    GameSampras Banned

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    I dunno. But we know what his hands and fingers smell like
     
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  6. SourStraws

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    "Im the best claycourter to ever exist"

    S.S.
     
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  7. The smell of victory.
     
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  8. TheNatural

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    he looks over the net and says "who's your daddy"
     
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  9. sh@de

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    My butt is itching...

    lol j/k j/k that's too mean

    he'll probably go 'vamos' or sth.
     
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  10. tin

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    what does it mean?
     
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  11. Bobby Riggs

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    "Ahora" means now, I think ( I'm too lazy to look it up)....or maybe he's just telling himself that, if he wins, he'll reward himself with " a *****(a)"

    Yeah, that's probably it!

    Maybe Rafa's the Mike Tyson of tennis, in as much as how he rewards himself in victory.
     
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  12. Cody

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    For a Spanish speaking person, the word ahora means "now, or any time today."

    Ha, any time today :)
     
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