Willy, Willy, Willy...Huevo, Huevo, Huevo !!!!

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  1. javier sergio

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    What are the chances of Willy Cañas in this FO ?

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  2. SuperPhong

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    Not so good..but I hope he gets to the semi's let's see how federer reacts to his two previous losses :D
     
  3. ATXtennisaddict

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    Doesn't huevo mean "egg"?
     
  4. ktownva

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    Willy should win his next two matches, but then he will likely face Nalbandian or Davydenko. His best hope is for Monfils to upset them both and then run out of gas. Otherwise, I think it will be adios to Willy in the quarters. But let's say somehow he gets all the way to the semis to face Federer. I think his chances to make the final are a little better than if he were in Nadal's half, so who knows.
     
  5. javier sergio

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    Now he's facing Davydenko, vamos Willy !!!
     
  6. Noveson

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    I think egg is 'juego' not 'huevo'.
     
  7. slice bh compliment

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    Yeah. In sports/slang it means balls. ... ie, testicles.

    Allez Willy! Animo!
     
  8. J-man

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    I thought it meant balls. Obvisouly from what I've seen Canas is playing well. He's going to have a tough task against Davydenko. Canas is going to be a tough opponent to figure out. It's like playing himself. He's going to need to go on the offense more often to take control of the points before Davydenko does.
     
  9. NamRanger

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    Davydenko is just as consistent as Canas is, the biggest problem Canas will face is that Davydenko has WAY more firepower then Canas, and a much bigger serve.
     
  10. J-man

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    That firepower comes from court postioning. Canas will to get Denko of the baseline
     
  11. oscar_2424

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    he might beat Federer but not Nadal.
     
  12. javier sergio

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    Oscar, this is going to be Canas GS.

    Willy, Willy, Willy...Huevo, Huevo, Huevo !!!!
     
  13. oscar_2424

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    If Willy wins the FO i'll take you to a restaurant called Cambalache.
     
  14. javier sergio

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    Literally translated means egg but this expression refers to something else;
    his toughness (mental and physical toughness), that means "huevo". It's been used in that sense, this is what Miami's crowd was singing during the Sony Ericsson this year.

    Willy, Willy, Willy...Huevo, Huevo, Huevo !!!!
     
  15. J-man

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    Oh like he has alot of guts and fight. Like in english when someone says "Man that kid has alot of balls".
     
  16. javier sergio

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    yes sir...you've got right !!!
     
  17. Phil

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    So where does "cojones" stand in slang usage here?
     
  18. Andres

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    Cojones is spaniard. No one uses it in Argentina.
     
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    portugese only?
     
  20. Phil

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    Okay, that settles that. In the US cojones seems to be used for the same thing that huevos is in Arg.
     
  21. tennis_hand

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    Is the OP is a REAL Canas fan, or simply a Fed-hater to hope he beats Fed again?
     
  22. Andres

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    Javier is a real Cañas fan.
     
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    mm, I use it :?
     
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    You're all nuts.




    :)
     
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    no, spanish
     
  26. Andres

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    Vos tenés alma de gaita.
     
  27. oscar_2424

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    is Diegaa from Uruguay?
     
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    is oscar from ecuador? :twisted:
     
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    no me toqueis los cojones. :p
     
  30. oscar_2424

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    no not ecuador!:mad:
     
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    Bueh, Ecuador... peru... it's all the same!
     
  32. javier sergio

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    Man, if he wins take me to a decent reataurant nothing Argentinean please:)

    I know that this is going to be more than difficult for him but who knows. Moya is in quarters,Andreev is in quarters, Robredo......
    I saw him playing couple of times in Miami last March and started to respect and appreciate more what he does. He is not gifted I know but who is? Fed, Djocovic,....any more?
     
  33. oscar_2424

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    argentina, uruguay its all the same, only that in uruguay you can find a better mate;)
     
  34. javier sergio

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    you are wrong, Uruguay is a province of Argentina.
     
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  35. oscar_2424

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    umm texas do brazil, great meat.
     
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    Vamos Canas!!!
     
  38. vive le beau jeu !

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    ... frito ? ;)


    but congratulations to him, that's a good performance.
     
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    down goes the doper,down he goes! :mrgreen::lol::lol::lol:
     
  40. Andres

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    Are you nuts!? Mate uruguayo? it's sheer powder/dust !!! It's crap!
    A good mate should be with Bajo Contenido de Polvo.

    That is from ARG and Paraguay. Eventually, Brazil.
     
  41. vive le beau jeu !

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    and oscar... where is the best chicha from ? ;)
     
  42. javier sergio

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    Paraguay? maybe....
     
  43. javier sergio

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    si huevo frito o revuelto, who knows !!
     
  44. Mark Vessels

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    he's out already,

    Nadal's on fire
     
  45. javier sergio

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    I'm afraid that Nadal gets burned
     

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