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Re: Davis Cup 2013 « Reply #135 on: September 19, 2013, 02:36 PM »
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He did! Pospisil tweeted this a couple of days ago: For those wondering about the ankle: MRI results revealed no tears. Should be back in competition 7-10 days from now if rehab goes well.



Good news, thanks Elena. Any word on the elbow? That was the first problem during his match against Tipsy, he had problems with extension.
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Re: Davis Cup 2013 « Reply #136 on: September 19, 2013, 02:42 PM »
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Sarcasm,  or not.  Think 

Stanislas Wawrinka was asked by a journalist whether the ideal text message he could get from home would be from his fellow countryman and friend Roger Federer who would write: “Stan, take a holiday and I’ll stand in for you in the Davis Cup tie against Ecuador next week.”

Wawrinka replied: “No, my dream is that Roger would text me and say, ‘Go and win this tie and next year I’ll be a part of the team’.”
http://www.daviscup.com/en/news/156561.aspx
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Re: Davis Cup 2013 « Reply #137 on: September 19, 2013, 05:57 PM »
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He did! Pospisil tweeted this a couple of days ago: For those wondering about the ankle: MRI results revealed no tears. Should be back in competition 7-10 days from now if rehab goes well.
Thanks Elena. Smile


Sarcasm,  or not.  Think 

Stanislas Wawrinka was asked by a journalist whether the ideal text message he could get from home would be from his fellow countryman and friend Roger Federer who would write: “Stan, take a holiday and I’ll stand in for you in the Davis Cup tie against Ecuador next week.”

Wawrinka replied: “No, my dream is that Roger would text me and say, ‘Go and win this tie and next year I’ll be a part of the team’.”
http://www.daviscup.com/en/news/156561.aspx
How you look at it I reckon depends on just how 'friendly' these two are, and we don't know that because we don't know what goes on between them off-court.

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