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    Quote Originally Posted by my little pony View Post
    ash landfill sounds so enticing
    It's literally the "Valley of Ashes" from The Great Gatsby.

    I wonder why they didn't put one on Court 17?

    Aw hell, I want Stosur's biceps. SO jealous of them guns.

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    Vika-Sam is really good

    And Dickie Gasquet is still so

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rafter View Post
    Watching the Stosur/Azarenka match. Stosur....I'm almost speechless. She looks like a man.
    Oh how lovely.

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    Vika that was stressful!

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    Azarenka the "tropical grunter" wins. Boo. (((my ears on Friday)))

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    Vika!

    I'm really starting to like her.

    Well done to Sam as well - she put in a better defence of her title than many expected and played a great match today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loves_Shizuka View Post
    Vika-Sam is really good
    AMAZINGLY good! They both played great.....sad that Sam had to lose, though.

    And Dickie Gasquet is still so
    Even with the male pattern baldness. That butt is like two scoops of vanilla ice-cream.

    Ugh, Sharapova vs. Bartoli next? I could not imagine a match I would want to see less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fergus View Post
    Even with the male pattern baldness. That butt is like two scoops of vanilla ice-cream.
    He lives HARD. He's bound to show signs of age

    Quote Originally Posted by Fergus View Post
    Ugh, Sharapova vs. Bartoli next? I could not imagine a match I would want to see less.
    Now you know how I feel about certain other players/matches Mind you, I find both ladies a bit tedious, so I'm not excited either.

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    Sky Sports showing Connors-Agassi from 89

    Andre has his mass of blond hair/weave whatever and DENIM shorts. Jimmy has the worlds tightest t shirt on.

    The 80's

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    what is the name of this espn commentator that sounds like a muppet under water?
    I feel like I'm in a dream. But it can't be a dream because there are no boy dancers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by my little pony View Post
    what is the name of this espn commentator that sounds like a muppet under water?
    LZ Granderson?

    http://www.theblogmocracy.com/wp-con...randerson.jpeg

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    yes! thank you, it's been driving me crazy
    I feel like I'm in a dream. But it can't be a dream because there are no boy dancers!

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    The rain could prove to be a big factor between Maria and Marion. Sharapova admitted it aided her in her win over Petrova...

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    Marion is not near the mental midget Petrova is and always was. In fact it is pretty much her mental toughness that has gotten her as far in her career as it has. It wouldnt surprise me much if Maria somehow comes back to win but I dont think it will be due to the rain delay if she does. It is still early days in the match. I like Azarenka's chances in the semis vs either one anyway, and of course Serena in the final vs anyone right now.

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    So, so happy Vika won. She played some tight points in the 2nd set and in the 3rd.

    Her mental toughness is fantastic and she really wants to win it.

    Bartoli started out fantastic; hammering the ball.
    "“My bronze feels like gold,” said the bronze medalist Carolina Kostner

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    I wonder where Stosur goes from here. It must be encouraging to come so close to beat one of her nemisis opponents, she hadnt even taken a set from Azarenka before today, but must be tough to fight so hard and come short. This year she has played two of the best matches vs her two worst opponents, Sharapova during the clay season and Azarenka here, and come just short in both. She did get her first win over Venus and her first win over Sharapova in the last year. Still hasnt beaten Kvitova, but they have only played 4 times. Never beat Clijsters but she is gone now. She is making some inroads in being competitive with all the women on top, of the top 8 she is the one with the highest # of nightmare matchups, ironically Serena is one of her better ones.

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    Sharapova-Bartoli suspended until tomorrow...

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    Lucky for Sharapova who can go and rethink her strategy overnight. Bartoli was definitely getting the better of her out there.

    Bartoli is one of the few female tennis players I like to watch. She doesn't just slam the ball as hard as she can, she places it and mixes things up. It's fun to watch her frustrate the other hard hitters!! It often doesn't work, but it makes things interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by my little pony View Post
    what is the name of this espn commentator that sounds like a muppet under water?
    OMG HE DOES!!!!! so hard I almost piddled.

    When I close my eyes, I can also hear the faint dulcet tones of one fierce bitch.

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    Ok, here we go.

    I'm already getting a little fuhklempt.

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