What happened to Muzza today??

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  1. veroniquem

    veroniquem Bionic Poster

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    Congrats! You're a real fan :) (I didn't get up until 10am :oops:)
     
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  2. Crisstti

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    Yes it is. I understand jealousy doesn't let you appreciate it. It's OK.
     
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  3. Crisstti

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    I did pretty much fall asleep after the first set though :oops:. Just woke up for moments on and off for the rest of the match.
    I tried :)
     
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  4. Steve0904

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    Yes, so one awesome set in their last 10 or so matches is what you're saying? Last set of the Miami final was pretty good I guess, but besides that, not much. Their clay court matches haven't been great. Their Wimbledon final sucked, and their AO final is overrated IMHO.
     
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  5. フェデラー

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    lol

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  6. Crisstti

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    Well, I haven't seen any awesome sets in Murray - Djokovic matches (that I can remember). Plus it was really awesome :)

    But there are better match ups among the top four, I agree. But their can be pretty amazing sometimes.
     
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  7. Evan77

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    no it's not but I love b!tchy (hope you don't take this in a bad way) girls like you and Clarky who fight to death for their man, lol. I wish I could meet a girl like that :). all I can say is respect you so much. I mean, sure you don't know tennis that much, but hey, who cares about tennis, Rafa is cute :twisted:. Rafa is my new star, need to change my avi soon. well at least you and that Madam Clark have some style. Love you both
     
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  8. Crisstti

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    It clearly is, but like I said, it's OK :)
     
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  9. RF20Lennon

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    We lost The feeling of beautiful epic tennis after Aussie 2009 final!
     
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  10. Evan77

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    why are you guys from Chile so stubborn? My best friend was born there. He is crazy, doesn't like tennis, yet I can't help it but to love him. he tought me some really bad words, I'm proud of it, but can't bring them here (I've been banned too many times alread). We love to get drunk and dance with some great songs from Shakira :).

    wondering if Clarky likes Shakira too :)
     
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  11. Backhanded Compliment

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    This...

    Murray still needs to improve his clutch play and switch from defense to offense a bit more unpredictably but he's made tremendous progress already.

    I feel Novak is still more complete, especially when his serve is firing. Somehow Novak finds a way to win. Federer is probably better at that than anyone (2009 Wimbledon anyone) but Nole is probably the best all around player out there right now. Looking forward to London.
     
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  12. hisrob777

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    It makes Murray's US Open win over Djokovic all the more impressive. Two very strong, fit and smart players. They are both "complete" players. Djokovic is a bit more polished though. Has that killer instinct. Win at all costs. Rafael Nadal has that too. Competitive fury at its finest. I love this era in men's tennis. Great matches.
     
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