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Old 05-03-2012, 11:42 AM   #30
tennismonster
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Originally Posted by goober View Post
It may be good for the players, however I don't really like the idea of players playing for a country that they did not grow up in, they don't currently live there, did not train there and the only connection that they have is one of their parents is from that country.
Robert Farah...Canadian born played US College Tennis for SC, now represents Colombia in DC

This happens in the olympic too..didnt we(The US) take Bernard Lagat from Kenya, who was born an raised in Kenya, I believed competed for Kenya? If its allowed to happen at the olympic level and the olympic committee is okay with it...
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