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    As well The Bestest American Player Ever should be.
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    Couldn't be. No reference to "Lard-Ass" Nadal. :cheesy:
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    Hey! No need to drag Dry into this.

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    The team knows it's time to get a-hidin' when Dry uses his favorite phrase- Czech Please. :gorgeous:
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    I'd say Jinx- but I had more examples, so there. :p
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    OR two-time Wimbledon Semifinalist Ramanathan Krishnan and his son, or the Amitraj family, or Mirza, or......UGGGGHHHHH.
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    Hey, there, bub. I'll have you know that Mr. Coria won the 1999 Junior Doubles Wimbledon with Dough-Boy Mr. Nalbandian.

    And, THAT'S what ya get, Mr. Cynical. :p
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    Better still, SOME of us are quite content to have never seen "Queen of the Damned" in the first place. (Your movie-going masochistic streak knows no bounds apparently, munchin. ;))
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    OMG, this is just SO cynical. Apparently, someone didn't open up their new WTA Rules of Order, which clearly states that, when a player goes up 4-0 in any first set, ankle weights and colorful...
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