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Tennis4you Chat Threads / Re: ~* Ye Olde Village *~ Volume 1 "A New Beginning"
« Last post by FedFanForever on September 26, 2014, 02:12:46 AM »
mimi - you got an iPhone 5S for free? Lucky you...
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Tennis Discussions / Re: Is anybody posting anything on this board any more?
« Last post by Mark_S on September 26, 2014, 02:06:53 AM »
We'll bring the forum back to life!  :innocent:


erm... someone start a thread?  :))




I don't know who Scott is, but please don't shut down the site! Some marketing to attract new users+ a bunch of interesting threads will solve it!
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Tennis4you Chat Threads / Re: ~* Ye Olde Village *~ Volume 1 "A New Beginning"
« Last post by mimi on September 26, 2014, 01:52:45 AM »
my boss bought many i phone 6 and gifted them to others but not me, she only gave me a i phone 5s  ..-)
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Tennis4you Chat Threads / Re: ~* Ye Olde Village *~ Volume 1 "A New Beginning"
« Last post by mimi on September 26, 2014, 01:20:01 AM »
hey, Mimi ... what's going on? It looks like Rafa is healthy again .... I hope to see Nole spank him at the Asian swing thingy :)~.

C'mon, we can make this board more funny by trolling a little bit. Just think about MTF  ..-)

he is healthy again?  Too late now, he will never win 3 more slams to meet Roger  :innocent:

has Jelena delivered the baby for Nole yet?

i am not happy with mtf, they banned almost all rafa fans: start da game/cd/Jolan Gago/Topsindoctor while fedtards as Slade, duarte are as free as birds, I do really think the mods are mostly fed fans  ..-)
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Tennis4you Chat Threads / Re: ~* Ye Olde Village *~ Volume 1 "A New Beginning"
« Last post by Alex on September 26, 2014, 12:00:44 AM »
hey, Mimi ... what's going on? It looks like Rafa is healthy again .... I hope to see Nole spank him at the Asian swing thingy :)~.

C'mon, we can make this board more funny by trolling a little bit. Just think about MTF  ..-)
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Tennis Discussions / Re: Is anybody posting anything on this board any more?
« Last post by euroka1 on September 25, 2014, 08:52:43 PM »
Dmas, everything you say is true. I don't get it either. Nobody talks about tennis, nobody opens new topics. Nothing is happening and it used to be a very busy place with many great members ... I have an idea but I will not go there plus I don't want to brag about certain things here ... People post where they want to.

MTF has thousands of posts on a daily basis. Many guys are discussing challengers and even futures. Sure, there are so many trolls and clueless kids on MTF but there are many good things going on too.

Matches between Fed, Nole and Rafa are guaranteed to generate around 60 pages and almost 900/1000 comments. And I'm talking not about the whole tournament but a single match.

I'd love to post here more and have some good conversation but if feels like a grave yard ... I don't like talking to myself ... today we had some really good matches in Asia.

Well, it is what it is ... Many old members are simply gone. I see only a few new members joining the board and posting anything ...

Scott even asked if he should shut down the site.

Maybe we old members just are growing old.  ::))11
 

This has always been a quiet time of year. I tend to lose interest in the tour once the US open is over. Not everybody wants to go to Asia. It used to be hard enough getting them to Australia. No interest here in the big year-end event. To me it has become an overhyped overpriced series of exhibition matches with no new players to watch.

However, I might comment that I believe that anyone who starts a thread should stay around long enough to contribute to its discussion.  Moderators, whoever they are  :confused1: , should bear some responsibility for keeping the discussion going.


My big time of the year for sometime has been from the Washington tournament, then Cincinnati, through to the US Open. Next year I won't even be doing that as I am planning to spend July and August in Australia.  Giving up my seat and not seeing my friends in Cincinnati will be a bit of a wrench. After 8 successive years, it all became very social too. However, I did feel that this year Cincy was starting to become a victim of its own success. The lines were longer, and there were traffic problems moving people in an out during the end change intervals.
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General Discussions / Re: Facebook for Kids
« Last post by Benny on September 25, 2014, 04:12:16 PM »
I agree. If you tell kids there not allowed to do something they will go behind your back and do it
That's definitely a likely possibility considering the proliferation of computers in modern society these last few years.
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Tennis Discussions / Re: Is anybody posting anything on this board any more?
« Last post by Alex on September 25, 2014, 03:06:09 PM »
Dmas, everything you say is true. I don't get it either. Nobody talks about tennis, nobody opens new topics. Nothing is happening and it used to be a very busy place with many great members ... I have an idea but I will not go there plus I don't want to brag about certain things here ... People post where they want to.

MTF has thousands of posts on a daily basis. Many guys are discussing challengers and even futures. Sure, there are so many trolls and clueless kids on MTF but there are many good things going on too.

Matches between Fed, Nole and Rafa are guaranteed to generate around 60 pages and almost 900/1000 comments. And I'm talking not about the whole tournament but a single match.

I'd love to post here more and have some good conversation but if feels like a grave yard ... I don't like talking to myself ... today we had some really good matches in Asia.

Well, it is what it is ... Many old members are simply gone. I see only a few new members joining the board and posting anything ...

Scott even asked if he should shut down the site.
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Tennis Discussions / Re: Is anybody posting anything on this board any more?
« Last post by dmastous on September 25, 2014, 09:26:44 AM »
Topic: Is anybody posting anything on this board any more?  (Read 983 times)

No, everyone is just watching  :lmao:  :rofl_2:

Just a sample of a topic from seven years ago:
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Topic: davydenko warned for not trying  (Read 12191 times)
Many of the 'readers' are spiders or bots trolling around the internet. I don't know how many actual people are actually 'reading' the posts, but I would guess real people make up for perhaps 10 or 20% of the interests that have landed on the page for one reason or another.
But the bigger issue is the number of posts. There were approx 200 posts on the relatively innocuous Davydenko topic. Many topics passed by with perhaps 5 or 10 replies. But many went on for pages and pages, and had robust (sometimes annoying) discussion. The Grand Slam discussions went for perhaps 100 pages (20 posts each page). The 2014 US Open topic had 6 pages.
I used to check T4Y daily and see many unread posts there were; sometimes dozens, sometimes hundreds. Now there are perhaps one or two topics that have unread posts, and frequently no new posts for the day (I'm focused on the 'Tennis Discussion' area only).
I don't know what happened while I was gone, but T4Y is definitely not what it once was.
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Tennis Videos / Re: Hassan Posts
« Last post by Nagano 1998 on September 25, 2014, 03:35:37 AM »
For : hassan321

Hello,

Oh, please do not have these tennis matches

Australian open 1998 (all matches Korda)
ATP doha 1998 Korda - Santoro
WTA Final 1997 Novotna-Pierce
WTA Eastbourne 1998 Novotna
Wimbledon 1998 (all matches Novotna)
Wimbledon 2011 (all matches Kvitova)

Davis Cup 2005 Slovakia-Croatia

Thank you
Dominik
My email D.skopik@seznam.cz
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