Wimbledon 2019

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  1. Fred132

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    Novak better get his mojo back quickly.
     
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    Yup, and now that we're at 1-1, it becomes even more about heart than skill.
     
  3. RedRock

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    Tyson was big and muscular and knocked out his opponents with power.
    Williams is really big and muscular and knocks out her opponents with power.

    https://www.tennisworldusa.org/tenn...is-like-mike-tyson-former-french-open-winner/

    "In an interview to his YouTube Channel, the former world No. 4 and French Open winner Adriano Panatta commented on Serena Williams's legacy in tennis. The Italian said: "She serves at 200km/h so she serves and hits as strong as a man, she belongs to a different category compared to other sportswomen.

    From the baseline she hits so strong that sometimes girls do not even see the ball.
    In contrary of her loved sister, who is very skinny and tall, Serena is like Mike Tyson, if we make a comparison."
     
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    Rooting for Federer, but I think Djokovic is going to win by a hair.
     
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    Undeniably high-quality tennis, but not very entertaining. Very little risk taking, very polite.
     
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    Djokovic is such a whiny baby. Bounce the ball more you whiny ass.
     
  7. Fred132

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    Federer is in trouble in the 5th
     
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    ...and he gets out of trouble!

    The old guy is amazing
     
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    It's getting intense.
     
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    Long match indeed.
     
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    Now Djokovic is in deep deep trouble...
     
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    Wow, not a tennis fan but this is a great match.
    Go Roger
     
  15. Fred132

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    ...and Djokovic gets out of trouble!

    Roger kinda gagged serving for the match.
     
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    9-8 to Djok. Will Fed bounce back?
     
  17. Fred132

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    Maybe it’s just my imagination but Federer looks less tired than Djokovic.
     
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    Are we going to get the first 12-12 5th set tiebreak?

    Looks like we’re heading in that direction.
     

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