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Links 1 through 10 of 71 by Anna tagged p(r)issycakes

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It's always news when the Wizard is revealed to be a little guy sitting on a stool, behind a curtain, and in front of a microphone.

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"Well, it was always going to be a big weekend for tennis once Rafa, Novak and myself made the tennis obviously. Novak could reach four Grand Slams in a row. Rafa the seventh title which he now achieved and I could have gotten to 17 and my second French. So, it was always going to be a mega weekend and obviously for Raffa to break the record is obviously a big deal. "

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[ RogerFed, after thrashing Murray: "Shocking, how well I played. He walked straight into the trap." ] lololol I LOVE THIS QUOTE

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“I’m a big soccer fan. It’s been a pleasure to meet him. I heard he’s a big tennis fan, a big fan of mine. I think he was almost more excited to meet me than I was to meet him, and I was very excited. It was a big pleasure.”

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After the match, Federer spoke about the tweener. "The reaction to the shot was amazing, as it usually is," he said (gotta love that Federer modesty).

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This article is a representation of everything I hate about the press, but I'll keep it up here for the sake of completism.

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There will be a concise and accurate assessment of the opponent to start and a throwaway remark at the end about said opponent's dismal record against Federer in the past (which, let's face it, everyone but Nadal has). It usually goes something like, "You know, but he's never won a set against me, so we'll see what happens," "I've got a little more experience in these situations" or "I've won our last 258 matches, so hopefully I can keep that going."

"He's a great player," Berdych said. "But still, when I just read some newspapers in the morning, I was not surprised to hear something from him to the way that he's fine, nothing is bothering him. 'When we played the last match, I lost. But last time in Wimbledon, I won pretty easily.' You know, stuff like that."

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"But with a junior, he finds that very interesting to then see me, how I practice or what I do and how I breathe and live tennis, really."

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