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    GlennHarman

    Re: '20 AO Day 4 OoP & Discussion

    The most surprising result of the tournament so far: John Isner won a match that had no tie-breaks. GH

    GlennHarman Today, 01:19 AM Go to last post
    Charlie02123

    Re: '20 AO Day 4 OoP & Discussion

    This is hysterical. Gulbis, the son of a billionaire, showed up to the tournament with only one pair of shoes.

    Charlie02123 Today, 12:37 AM Go to last post
    Charlie02123

    Re: '20 AO Day 5 OoP & Discussion

    RLA is one of the best line ups I've ever seen.

    Charlie02123 Yesterday, 11:53 PM Go to last post
    GlennHarman

    Re: '20 AO Day 4 OoP & Discussion

    These ladies are making it very difficult to keep up. Every day there seems to be another serious contender for that title. GH

    GlennHarman Yesterday, 11:45 PM Go to last post
    JazzNU

    Re: '20 AO Day 4 OoP & Discussion

    She's got time.

    I haven't seen Aryna. But the cameras are wearing themselves out showing Sascha's girlfriend.

    JazzNU Yesterday, 11:41 PM Go to last post
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