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    Rafa Nadal playing into the quarter finals at Wimbledon:

    ;https://nz.news.yahoo.com/news/wimbl...235815438.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by zqwerty View Post
    Rafa Nadal playing into the quarter finals at Wimbledon:

    ;https://nz.news.yahoo.com/news/wimbl...235815438.html
    Yes, it was one hell of a game. His skills are incredible!

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    Cameron Norrie lived in NZ but was going nowhere with TennisNZ . Hois parents relocated him to IUK and now he is in Wimbledon semifinals.
    Another semifinalist for first time is Nick Kyrgios . They play 2 "seniors" Dkokovich and Nadal.
    Rafa suffered with his abdomen in Quarter final but still won.

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    Hope Nadal can find the resources to beat that spoilt brat Kyrgios (I just don't know who he thinks he is), once upon a time in Nadal's injury free younger days it would have just been a two set or three set match.
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    Bugger, Rafa is out with an abdominal tear.

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    Djokovic will annihilate Kyrgios I hope even though I don't like Djokovic much either.
    Last edited by zqwerty; 08-07-2022 at 11:28 AM.
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    As I said, I am selective about who I watch playing. If it is those two, I probably will stay tucked up in bed. If Norrie should win against Novax Jerkovic, I would watch and pray that he would beat Kyrgios in straight sets!

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