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He keeps changing his tune, he was putting Federer forward as someone who could win!!!
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Goran was right last year.
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Andy can talk publicly all he likes about not caring about being Number 1.  I'd like to believe him.. but I don't. no He's far too competitive to not care.
Some great stuff here from all the Number Ones over the past 40 years.
Grab a coffee and enjoy.

IN THE BEGINNING
http://www.atpworldtour.com/Media/Video-Landing/*/Tennis/Media/Videos/Uploaded/2013/8/23/ATP-Heritage-In-The-Beginning.aspx

THE ULTIMATE ACHIEVEMENT
http://www.atpworldtour.com/Media/Video-Landing/*/Tennis/Media/Videos/Uploaded/2013/8/23/ATP-Heritage-The-Ultimate-Achievement.aspx

INTO THE FUTURE
http://www.atpworldtour.com/Media/Video-Landing/*/Tennis/Media/Videos/Uploaded/2013/8/23/ATP-Heritage-Into-The-Future.aspx

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From the ATP event tonight. I haven't watched yet, too late for me. Will watch tomorrow.
Hope it's good.

http://new.livestream.com/ATP/gala
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First time I've come across this, class:

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That video doesn't seem to play for me. Frown

Hot shot eh?

Edit- Okay it looks like he's arguing with the umpire.
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That video doesn't seem to play for me. Frown

Hot shot eh?

Edit- Okay it looks like he's arguing with the umpire.
Roddick smashes his racquet after getting broken, walks over to the chair, turns to the Lahyani to ask if he got a racquet violation, then turns to this chair and smashes the racquet some more.
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Check out this point between the college doubles #1s and Ed Corrie and Alex Kuznetsov (in the SFs of the Knoxville challenger last week):



Great to see the sportsmanship from Ed and Kutz afterwards too.
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http://www.si.com/tennis/2014/12/03/atp-hot-shots-best-points
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http://www.businessinsider.com/tennis-legends-2012-8#margaret-court-70-of-australia-dominated-womens-tennis-in-the-1960s-she-won-a-record-24-grand-slam-singles-titles-and-also-19-womens-doubles-and-19-mixed-doubles-titles-giving-her-a-record-of-62-major-titles-overall-1960-1977-court-became-a-pentecostal-christian-minister-and-a-vocal-critic-of-lgbt-rights-26

30 legends...
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