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s0hMood > *cry*

I was watching the Aus Open and then decided it’s too stressful so I stopped. I can only imagine how it’s like for Fed’s fiance. I never felt so tense leh, it’s even worse than when I’m taking exams. It’s so pathetic but true! I just couldn’t bear watching =( And then he lost T_____T I hate Nadal lo yorrrrrrrrrrr. Sigh. So stupid. Haih. So saddening. Haih. Why la like that???????!!!! I know you nadal supporters must be laughing your ass off, hmmphhhh. I seriously can’t believe how many mistakes Federer made OMG. Ah, what to do, lose d means lose d. Can only try better next time. I still heart you Fed!

I don’t know why but I do have this tendency to hang on to the greats and dislike those ‘new’ greats. But maybe it’s because of their arrogance, really has nothing to do with me right since the majority of people also don’t like them. Stupid Nadal. Just like in swimming, I used to like Ian Thorpe a lot. And then comes Micheal Phelps. Also very damn arrogant. Cis. I hate this kind of confidence. Very damn annoying can. And then he lost. Buahahahha. Then in the next Olympics when Thorpie is not competing, he got and win 8. Sibeh *&%^%^$)@!+*. And now Phelps is embroilled in a doping scandal (me laughing VERY LOUDLY but silently inside). And the boyband 5566, omg I hated them like siao! They were so arrongant that their manager were like saying they can win F4 or whatever (not that I really like F4 to begin with, or that 5566 was anywhere close to being considered great, aiya you get my point la?). Look who’s the stupid ones now huh? But not all newcomers are arrogant la, like when Jay Chou first came out, he was often compaired to David Tao, and regardless of him winning miles ahead, he’s still ever so humble. See la, good raised kid. Unlike some jerks *cough cough you know who cough cough*.

Gahhh, I’ve got Endo tomorrow. Better go sleep.Toodles~

p/s Fed, I really do still heart you! Please win next time ok!

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    Wow, another fantastic match. I watched the whole match as I did with both semi finals. Although I was going for Federer I think Nadal totally deserves that victory and he is a true champion. To back a 5 set, 5 hour semi final up with another 5 set, 4 hour + final in less than 48 hours was a true show of Rafa’s strength and endurance. You could also see by the body language of the players and shot selection that Rafa had the edge on Federer mentally. To have won 6 grandslams on 3 different surfaces at Rafa’s age is a truely remarkable feat. I was hoping Federer would equal Sampras’ record of 14 grand slams but Rafa was truely deserving having played another great match. Rafa truely is an entertainer as he is involved in all three of the greatest matches I have now seen – the Wimbledon final against Federer last year, the semi final against Verdasco the other day and this final against Federer. It will be very tough for Federer to recover from the mental scarring that has occurred in this loss and the Wimbledon loss last year along with all the French Open losses to Nadal. Especially as the next Grand Slam event is the French Open which will most likely mean Federer copping another hiding to Nadal. It was however very sad to see Federer break down in tears at the presentation, it was a horrible feeling to watch. I imagine it was because of the Legends awaiting to congratulate Federer if he got the 14 grand slams that he got so emotional.


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