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Old June 26th, 2007, 07:15 AM
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Tennis - Wimbledon 2007.

As you know Federer came close to winning the French Open 2007, but failed to beat the Nadal 'obstacle' in the finals.

Well, its time for Wimbledon 2007, the lush green courts of Wimbledon and Federer is into the second round. Third seed Andy Roddick joined Federer in the second round with a 6-1 7-5 7-6 (7-3) win over US compatriot Justin Gimelstob on Court One.

Serena Williams and Martina Hingis are also into their second rounds.

Lets see how it goes this year as Federer seems to be a bit rusty after his loss to Nadal in the French Open final.
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Re: Tennis - Wimbledon 2007.

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As you know Federer came close to winning the French Open 2007, but failed to beat the Nadal 'obstacle' in the finals.

Well, its time for Wimbledon 2007, the lush green courts of Wimbledon and Federer is into the second round. Third seed Andy Roddick joined Federer in the second round with a 6-1 7-5 7-6 (7-3) win over US compatriot Justin Gimelstob on Court One.

Serena Williams and Martina Hingis are also into their second rounds.

Lets see how it goes this year as Federer seems to be a bit rusty after his loss to Nadal in the French Open final.
chal termi, vaapis apna panga chalu kartay hain
federer should loose bloody..


oh no..hang on..federer should defect Youzhny and then Federer should lose..thereby clearing the path fo Nadal

but nadal aint much of a grass playa..so fuck nadal too..

i used to root fo roddick..but he disapponts me tremedously..juz lyke philipousis..

blakes arrogance annoys me..

and womens tennis? the less said the better

saala koi nai?

meri steffi kahan gayi
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Re: Tennis - Wimbledon 2007.

Ur right man, am bored too of Federer. Lets make him lose.


Go Marat Safin.


Meri Martina (Navratilova) kahaan gayi.
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Re: Tennis - Wimbledon 2007.

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Ur right man, am bored too of Federer. Lets make him lose.


Go Marat Safin.


Meri Martina (Navratilova) kahaan gayi.
Navratilova retire naa..??


Anyways.. I too feel Fedrer should lose now.. bahut ho gaya abhi uska.. I mean he's too bloody perfect man... and thats irritating! I want Nadal, Safin or Roddick to win!
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Re: Tennis - Wimbledon 2007.

Mirza plays down Peer pairing

By Pritha Sarkar

LONDON, June 28 (Reuters) - India's Sania Mirza hopes her decision to renew her doubles partnership with Israel's Shahar Peer at Wimbledon does not stir up another religious storm.

"We're playing tennis, we're not making statements. We're just here to play tennis and we're here to perform and be the best we can be," the Indian number one said on Thursday.


"Me and Shahar are playing just like the way me and (Eva) Birnerova played the French Open, just like the way I played with anyone else the last six weeks. It doesn't make any statement."

The last time Mirza, a Muslim, joined forces with Peer at the 2005 Japan Open, their association was short-lived.

Under pressure from militants furious over a Muslim and a Jew playing together, Mirza called for some time out.


She hopes their second stab at success will be remembered more for their on-court exploits.

"We've grown up together. We're great friends. So we said, why not?" said Mirza, who comes from the southern Indian city of Hyderabad.

"We were both very lucky to find each other because it's someone who suits each other's game. I have a big forehand, she has a big backhand. We've done well in the past.


"We really don't care whether she's from Israel or I'm from Pakistan. At the end of the day it matters whether we win a match or not."

Doubles partnerships between Muslim and Jewish players have not gone down too well in the past.

In 2002, Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi was threatened with a suspension from Pakistan's tennis federation when he entered the Wimbledon men's doubles with Israel's Amir Hadad.

The partnership won the duo a humanitarian award from the organisers of men's tennis but Mirza does not want any similar recognition.

"I'm here to play tennis and so is she. That's the end of that. It has nothing to do with anything else," she said.

The 16th seeds face American Lisa Osterloh and Sweden's Sofia Andersson in the first round

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meanwhile red chaddis continue to create ruckus in wimbledon

http://sports.yahoo.com/ten/news?slu...ters&type=lgns
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