Australian Open - Day 14

Federer or Cilic?

  • Federer

    Votes: 39 86.7%
  • Cilic

    Votes: 6 13.3%

  • Total voters
    45

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kaiserchief13

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"I can't wait to get Roger up here to ask him questions!" says Hamish.

It's not about you, Hamish.
I imagine that it'd be a clause in playing that the winner of the singles must go do an interview with channel 7, however what if someone won who doesn't speak English?
 

pepsi

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I imagine that it'd be a clause in playing that the winner of the singles must go do an interview with channel 7, however what if someone won who doesn't speak English?
They not only speak to channel 7, but then the American network either espn or tennis channel, then the Australian open journalist, then the press conference.
 

ams4crows

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Even though the match went to 5 it never felt epic it was kinda unforced error riddled...

Certainly not one I'll remember in 5 years time. The Djockovic v Nadal final that went to 5 is still the best Australian open final we've ever seen.
 

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Stevi_Tigers

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Not according to half this thread. Can't wait until he's gone, tennis is boring with him around!
I can understand wanting to see new blood win but seriously he didn’t win a grandslam for 4 years then wins 3 in 18 months he is slowing down playing less matches and his back is going on him. It’s a pleasure seeing the greats play
 

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