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Tennis4you Chat Threads / Re: ~* Ye Olde Village *~ Volume 1 "A New Beginning"
« Last post by mimi on March 29, 2015, 09:30:43 PM »
yeah Mimi, I ate too much....  :(
 
There's a lot of discussion about Nadal everywhere, the usual stuff after a loss like this.

so, you better don't eat anything today, and then you will be fine  ://

i am still hungry after eating 3 pieces of bread and one banana  :rofl_2:
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Tennis4you Chat Threads / Re: ~* Ye Olde Village *~ Volume 1 "A New Beginning"
« Last post by Swish on March 29, 2015, 09:15:48 PM »
yeah Mimi, I ate too much....  :(
 
There's a lot of discussion about Nadal everywhere, the usual stuff after a loss like this.
 
 
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Tennis4you Chat Threads / Re: ~* Ye Olde Village *~ Volume 1 "A New Beginning"
« Last post by mimi on March 29, 2015, 08:50:00 PM »
I am surprised to learn that you ate a giant chocolate candy bar since you always eat and live healthily  :innocent:

you better stay at home  :king:

well, a year can make a big difference, he will be 29 soon so it is possible that he is declining.  Cilic was like the king when he won the us open last year but he did not win anything for 6 months ........
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Tennis4you Chat Threads / Re: ~* Ye Olde Village *~ Volume 1 "A New Beginning"
« Last post by Swish on March 29, 2015, 08:42:14 PM »
Hi Mimi.  :cool:
 
I may skip work today.  :king:
 
Earlier I started eating a giant chocolate candy bar and ended up eating the whole thing.  ..-)
But then didn't feel well at all so went to bed, but now when I woke up I still feel poorly.
 
Sorry about Rafa, though I didn't see the match I assume he's just not back in top form.
 
I wouldn't worry about him for two reasons off the top of my head.
It's very unlikely his level has dropped down so much because of age or decline, it's just too much in less than a year for that.
And clay season is coming up so that is where he can find his best game again and build confidence.
 
Players like Fed, Djokovic and Nadal find a way to build their game up to the highest levels, they've all done it again and again.
 
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Tennis4you Chat Threads / Re: ~* Ye Olde Village *~ Volume 1 "A New Beginning"
« Last post by mimi on March 29, 2015, 08:12:08 PM »
hello FFF, Swish and Nek  :king:

bad thing to wake up in this bad monday to learn that Rafa lost early again, he is clearly finished  ..-)
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Tennis Discussions / Miami
« Last post by monstertruck on March 29, 2015, 06:27:17 PM »
Haven't seen much this week.
Did notice that there is some sparkle there in Miami.
Guga is in town.  :hushed reverent tones abound:
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Tennis Discussions / Re: The New Generation
« Last post by monstertruck on March 29, 2015, 04:24:32 PM »
Coric looks very good for his age as does Thanasi Kokkinakis.
 
Djokovic said not long ago he would keep the youngin's in check, he will.
 
Those young ones just don't have the physical game and skill set, but neither does anyone else.
 
You got Fed, Nadal and Djokovic.

Lord have mercy, they are all time greats and no ones invited to the dinner table, for now.

The new generation reminds me of dogs under the kitchen table, hoping for a few discarded scrapes and they will have to be content with that.
 
I was checking out Roanic at IW, he had beat Nadal but who did he have to beat to win the title?

He had Nadal who he beat but then Fed was next, and he lost that but if he won he'd have to face Djokovic.

Who can beat Nadal, Fed and Djokovic?
That's what everyone has to deal with these days, not just the toddlers.

That's a tough row to hoe.
Guess they have to bank on someone else knocking off 1 or 2 of the top 3.
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Tennis4you Chat Threads / Re: ~* Ye Olde Village *~ Volume 1 "A New Beginning"
« Last post by Nekro t4u on March 29, 2015, 09:48:40 AM »
no one is here?  Where are Nek and Betty?  :confused1:
I'm here Mimi, hi, lol i'm busy as heck, and tired too, work, studies, all kinds of stuff, sleeping is my dearest hobby atm but i check forums from time to time too lots of hugs to you btw >:D<  :kisses:
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Tennis Discussions / Re: Why Tennis Players are afraid of sunscreen
« Last post by Nekro t4u on March 29, 2015, 09:43:23 AM »
Well, Djokovic and Fed are 'pure white' ... Rafa not so sure ... just joking by the way ...  :). Call me white trash if you wish, it's all good  :))
Hahaha Alex :rofl_2:  Well, the concept of the white "race"  was created for political purposes by low level thinkers for power-grabbing purposes......  However, if you just look at the big 3, I mean if you judge them as far as "whiteness" is concerned using your eyes, all 3 of them are totally brown....... hell, mimi or leng jai are whiter than Fed, Djoko or Rafa..... I remember a discussion you had with FFF about Ivanovic and FFF thinking she's not white enough, which spread to Djoko too..... imo all pointless discussions, but the existence of such debates are "proof" enough that these guys wouldn't be used by the WW2 German leadership as their poster-boys :rofl_2: I show you "white" tennis players:




The kinder boy is white


Although there are funny versions with less traditional kinder boys like


rest assured that the ahem, ppl with more "traditional" thinking wouldn't put Fed, Djoko or Rafa on the Kinder choco box  ..-)


As for skin cancer, all kinds of nasty types are coming out on ppl of all colours...... it's just partly the thin ozone layer, chemicals are also responsible for it, at least some docs say so..... we should be using creams and stuff all the time cause even a sunscreen is ridiculous protection but who has the time or the patience for that...... maybe girls do......
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Tennis Discussions / Re: Why Tennis Players are afraid of sunscreen
« Last post by Alex on March 29, 2015, 03:13:16 AM »
I am brown. My skin tone varies between brown in the winter to toastier brown in the summer and goes back and forth every season. Never used sunscreen, for the better or the worse  :uhm: :uhm:
Use some bleach instead of sunss**tsuff  :)~
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