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Old 02-07-2008, 08:22 AM   #13
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I heard that interview at work with the radio on and I was laughing when Fed said "I may not have been feeling 100%, but no excuses you know." I immediately thought of Gut Reaction's threads about the "Fed language". Making excuses and then saying "no excuses". So it comes off as humility, but fake. In this interview I saw what he meant.
He wasn't 100 percent. A report stated that Federer was on medication throughout the AO, and he threw up during his match against James Blake (remember the bathroom break).
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