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Old 01-14-2013, 07:43 AM   #17
Clarky21
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Originally Posted by Flash O'Groove View Post
I wonder why he doesn't retire, pick up a new job in a office, and spend all his time on a tennis board waiting to go back home to watch some tennis...

By the way, you guy could also recognize that he has very few shameful loss in slams. Here are his last opponent in each slams since 2005.

2006: Chela, Nadal, Baghdatis, Roddick
2007: Gonzales, Nadal, Djokovic, Callieri
2008: Djokovic, Ferrer, Federer, -
2009: Gonzales, Nadal, Roddick, Federer
2010: Federer, Nadal, Djokovic, Matthieu
2011: Nalbandian, - , Söderling, -
2012: Djokovic, Kavcic, Tsonga, Ferrer

The draw were never kind to him.

Nadal did not even play the AO in 2006 so how could Hewitt have played him?

I also think that if Lleyton wants to play then let him. He's not hurting anyone by continuing on. He's still competitive enough and had a great start to this year before the AO, a slam he has never really done well at anyway. Nothing wrong with him wanting to still go out and compete.
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