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Re: Madrid (Official Topic)

Postby Rams-es » 11 May 2009, 13:20

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Hey, it is kinda late but we have to try:) please contact me thru MSN, it will be easier to decide something there then here[/quote]

Al right, But I did not receive the MSN invitation. Pls, send me to my mail (tetepq@gmail.com) your MSN,. or just post it here and I'll try to contact you Lukas,

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Re: Madrid (Official Topic)

Postby jhon-dim » 11 May 2009, 16:03

HI R.NADAL... I AM ONLINE TODAY, IF YOU CAN PLAY...SENG ONE MESSAGE A MI MSN PLESE!!!
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Re: Madrid (Official Topic)

Postby ying-chang » 11 May 2009, 17:36

JHON-DIM d. Ying-Chang 6-3 6-3

I don't get what the fuss is about this guy. He's a nice person, and a very good player, but I lost to Hakanomoku 6-1 6-0 last tournament, and I just lost (but shouldn't have) to jhon-dim today in a close match. The second set to super laggy, and i saved about 12 match points, coming back from 2-5 down match point to break him. Last set we played on clay, I won 6-2.....sorry, I just don't get why he's so overrated and beats eronokold and tati. This is the first time in a while he's beaten me and the lag definately helped. Oh well, good luck to you JHON-DIM and to all those who have trouble against him! :P
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Re: Madrid (Official Topic)

Postby tati cornet » 11 May 2009, 17:41

thank you ying chang, maybe your game is hard for him. but i always have good matches agaisnt jhon dim. :)
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Re: Madrid (Official Topic)

Postby ying-chang » 11 May 2009, 18:18

Ying-Chang d. timcsukkristof 2-1, 30-15, ret. :roll:

Well, I've already talked to manutoo about this. He was losing, I went into the menus for honestly 20 seconds to answer the phone (I told him this), which I quickly said I'd call them back. I came back and said I was ready, and he said he was quitting, and retired. And he didn't lose any ELO for some reason, not that it matters but its still strange. Then after the match on MSN started saying things at me in Hungarian (I think since that's his nationality). A few examples are:
te basztál anyáddal
Mother kúrod merrt stupid
I think unstable people get mentally frustrated playing against me because i am a defender and they usually end up making mistakes. I don't know.
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Re: Madrid (Official Topic)

Postby K Z » 11 May 2009, 18:42

Novak Djokovic (Montenegro) or Bob , I already added u on MSN
Contact me asap to play our match , I won't be here tomorrow , but I will be here on wednesday morning
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Re: Madrid (Official Topic)

Postby jhon-dim » 11 May 2009, 18:49

ying-chang wrote:JHON-DIM d. Ying-Chang 6-3 6-3

I don't get what the fuss is about this guy. He's a nice person, and a very good player, but I lost to Hakanomoku 6-1 6-0 last tournament, and I just lost (but shouldn't have) to jhon-dim today in a close match. The second set to super laggy, and i saved about 12 match points, coming back from 2-5 down match point to break him. Last set we played on clay, I won 6-2.....sorry, I just don't get why he's so overrated and beats eronokold and tati. This is the first time in a while he's beaten me and the lag definately helped. Oh well, good luck to you JHON-DIM and to all those who have trouble against him! :P


YING-CHANG .... THANKS IN FACT YOU ARE A VERY GOOD PLAYER, AND IS DIFFICULT FOR ME TO PLAY AGAINST YOU, AND REALITY IN WHICH PLAYERS ARE NOT AGAINST MIA, YOU CAN TELL ME? :yes:
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Re: Madrid (Official Topic)

Postby tati cornet » 11 May 2009, 18:49

m vasilev i am working for my exams tomorrow, but i stay connected. you can let a message here when you are ready, or send me an email.
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Re: Madrid (Official Topic)

Postby Leena » 11 May 2009, 18:50

ying-chang wrote:JHON-DIM d. Ying-Chang 6-3 6-3

I don't get what the fuss is about this guy. He's a nice person, and a very good player, but I lost to Hakanomoku 6-1 6-0 last tournament, and I just lost (but shouldn't have) to jhon-dim today in a close match. The second set to super laggy, and i saved about 12 match points, coming back from 2-5 down match point to break him. Last set we played on clay, I won 6-2.....sorry, I just don't get why he's so overrated and beats eronokold and tati. This is the first time in a while he's beaten me and the lag definately helped. Oh well, good luck to you JHON-DIM and to all those who have trouble against him! :P


Overrated is a poor choice of words... JHON-DIM is a great player.

Matchups are important. I play a similar defensive style like you. Most here tend to play more aggressively than that. I've defeated JHON-DIM a few times with my topspin and defending since he's a very aggressive power baseliner, eventually he makes errors. In contrast, Max Botti, who is rated quite a bit lower... he plays a very safe groundstroke game and keeps you honest with his elite net skills. I have never beat him because I just can't get the ball by him on a consistent basis with my weak attacking skills, and his adaptability gives me fits.
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Re: Madrid (Official Topic)

Postby ying-chang » 11 May 2009, 18:58

But its funny, last time we played Leena you killed me. About a week or two ago I beat Jhon-Dim 6-4. Later that day I beat him 6-2. Am I that much better a defender than you are? He's a very good player, I know that, but I am not an amazing player myself. Overrated is a poor choice of words yes. Maybe I;m just underrated. :mrgreen:
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Re: Madrid (Official Topic)

Postby Leena » 11 May 2009, 18:59

ying-chang wrote:Ying-Chang d. timcsukkristof 2-1, 30-15, ret. :roll:

Well, I've already talked to manutoo about this. He was losing, I went into the menus for honestly 20 seconds to answer the phone (I told him this), which I quickly said I'd call them back. I came back and said I was ready, and he said he was quitting, and retired. And he didn't lose any ELO for some reason, not that it matters but its still strange. Then after the match on MSN started saying things at me in Hungarian (I think since that's his nationality). A few examples are:
te basztál anyáddal
Mother kúrod merrt stupid
I think unstable people get mentally frustrated playing against me because i am a defender and they usually end up making mistakes. I don't know.
:roll:

It's not just you. This guy has quit in every match he's played like this on tour, and swears like a sailor when he realizes he has no chance. Who knows why he keeps entering every week. Manutoo can't do anything, and the tour moderators... lulz.
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Re: Madrid (Official Topic)

Postby jhon-dim » 11 May 2009, 19:37

JHON-DIM def. R.Nadal 6/0 - 6/2

really a shame, he and I have played several games and have generally been very tight, I admire Rafaaa because Nadal is a great person, you do not hate losing, as if she has a lot of players! .. . I am sure that the result is a liar, not only had a good game ... it's a very ethical person, many of YOU have to learn from!
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Re: Madrid (Official Topic)

Postby roger.federer » 11 May 2009, 19:55

je veux gagner dans cette binne coupe et je remercie tous le mande
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Re: Madrid (Official Topic)

Postby amelie mauresmo » 11 May 2009, 20:34

ying-chang wrote:Ying-Chang d. timcsukkristof 2-1, 30-15, ret. :roll:

Well, I've already talked to manutoo about this. He was losing, I went into the menus for honestly 20 seconds to answer the phone (I told him this), which I quickly said I'd call them back. I came back and said I was ready, and he said he was quitting, and retired. And he didn't lose any ELO for some reason, not that it matters but its still strange. Then after the match on MSN started saying things at me in Hungarian (I think since that's his nationality). A few examples are:
te basztál anyáddal
Mother kúrod merrt stupid
I think unstable people get mentally frustrated playing against me because i am a defender and they usually end up making mistakes. I don't know.
:roll:

Timcsuk Kristof is a really bad person.We had an own hungarian tour and when he losed he always wrote these words.Can you translate it to english Ying?:te b@...ál anyáddal?Its a really bad word its english mean is:you are fu..ing with your mother.And these....We have to ban this really bad man.
And others:Yagadi,please tell me when can you play today but I havent got many time,I have to learn for my exam,what is on tomorrow so pls write MSN or Managmes chat whereI see you you.You logged out when I was logged in.So pls play. :)
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Re: Madrid (Official Topic)

Postby Tipsy » 11 May 2009, 21:02

Szavay!
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