ATP, WTA and RST reach all-time low hand in hand at FO 2010

ATP, WTA and RST reach all-time low hand in hand at FO 2010

Post by Quinc » Fri, 04 Jun 2010 14:39:48


It's probably the darkest hour of sport in general.
 
 
 

ATP, WTA and RST reach all-time low hand in hand at FO 2010

Post by Manc » Fri, 04 Jun 2010 15:06:03


Quote:
> It's probably the darkest hour of sport in general.

Why?

 
 
 

ATP, WTA and RST reach all-time low hand in hand at FO 2010

Post by Iceber » Fri, 04 Jun 2010 18:36:35


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> > It's probably the darkest hour of sport in general.

> Why?

I think it's a particularly bright hour of the sport - we'll have a
new ladies slam champion, after some great WTA tennis for once yday
(Serena/Stosur) and a non-Fed final in the mens. Don't get you get
bored with seeing him in every single one for the past 10 years??

 
 
 

ATP, WTA and RST reach all-time low hand in hand at FO 2010

Post by Inglourious Baster » Fri, 04 Jun 2010 19:10:41


Quote:


> > > It's probably the darkest hour of sport in general.

> > Why?

> I think it's a particularly bright hour of the sport - we'll have a
> new ladies slam champion, after some great WTA tennis for once yday
> (Serena/Stosur) and a non-Fed final in the mens. Don't get you get
> bored with seeing him in every single one for the past 10 years??

Certain Fed***ers are actually crying themselves to sleep that he's
not in the final.

Most notably Arnab Zaheen.

 
 
 

ATP, WTA and RST reach all-time low hand in hand at FO 2010

Post by Sakari Lun » Fri, 04 Jun 2010 19:49:28

On Thu, 3 Jun 2010 03:10:41 -0700 (PDT), Inglourious Basterd

Quote:




>> > > It's probably the darkest hour of sport in general.

>> > Why?

>> I think it's a particularly bright hour of the sport - we'll have a
>> new ladies slam champion, after some great WTA tennis for once yday
>> (Serena/Stosur) and a non-Fed final in the mens. Don't get you get
>> bored with seeing him in every single one for the past 10 years??

>Certain Fed***ers are actually crying themselves to sleep that he's
>not in the final.

>Most notably Arnab Zaheen.

Do you realize that when you - correctly - accuse of him being too
interested in other posters, you are yourself pretty obsessive about
him?
 
 
 

ATP, WTA and RST reach all-time low hand in hand at FO 2010

Post by Inglourious Baster » Fri, 04 Jun 2010 20:01:30


Quote:

> Do you realize that when you - correctly - accuse of him being too
> interested in other posters, you are yourself pretty obsessive about
> him?

Yes, actually.

He deserves a taste of his own medicine.

 
 
 

ATP, WTA and RST reach all-time low hand in hand at FO 2010

Post by TT » Fri, 04 Jun 2010 20:35:30

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>>>> It's probably the darkest hour of sport in general.
>>> Why?
>> I think it's a particularly bright hour of the sport - we'll have a
>> new ladies slam champion, after some great WTA tennis for once yday
>> (Serena/Stosur) and a non-Fed final in the mens. Don't get you get
>> bored with seeing him in every single one for the past 10 years??

> Certain Fed***ers are actually crying themselves to sleep that he's
> not in the final.

> Most notably Arnab Zaheen.

And even more notably the biggest fed***er, Roger Federer, himself.

Pretty funny him wearing that cap at post match interview. Boooohoooo! :-P

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