Jul 12, 2015 -- 4:35PM, jin_kazz wrote:
Jul 12, 2015 -- 3:33PM, tof wrote:kazz ! Is Fergie a fixer ?alex?
Jul 12, 2015 -- 4:40PM, n88uk wrote:
he holds her hand so she can't run away obviously
Jul 12, 2015 -- 4:42PM, jin_kazz wrote:
yeah, huge unders fixx0r
Jul 12, 2015 -- 4:33PM, n88uk wrote:
She can't have barely anything to defend though. RG R3 I guess gets you higher than I thought. She won 2 main draw matches for the rest of the year after Wimbledon last year. 1 in Baku, 1 in Tashkent.
think she was down at #190 or something like that at one point
Jul 12, 2015 -- 6:13PM, jin_kazz wrote:
there can be asymmetrical fix
everyone knows Newport mafia worst about
Jul 12, 2015 -- 6:41PM, mouse trap wrote:
Reka-Luca Jani needed to get to 5-1 in the decider to finally figure out that winning matches is for mugs
she's definitely trying to mug hard
Jul 12, 2015 -- 6:30PM, jin_kazz wrote:
don't forget that indians always fixing in mixed doubles
I meant crazy bad price, not crazy good price.
Jul 12, 2015 -- 6:44PM, n88uk wrote:
Jul 12, 2015 -- 5:30PM, jin_kazz wrote:don't forget that indians always fixing in mixed doublesI meant crazy bad price, not crazy good price.
Jul 12, 2015 -- 6:45PM, tof wrote:
Jul 12, 2015 -- 5:44PM, n88uk wrote:Jul 12, 2015 -- 5:30PM, jin_kazz wrote:don't forget that indians always fixing in mixed doublesI meant crazy bad price, not crazy good price.
Jul 12, 2015 -- 8:19PM, aaronh wrote:
yes, go make it tof
I still don't know how to upload pictures on here
Jul 12, 2015 -- 8:19PM, n88uk wrote:
I am lolling at what you just responded to Aaron about Lewis Hamilton getting turned away.
more rant material
Jul 12, 2015 -- 10:11PM, aaronh wrote:
• In the first round, Shelby Rogers lost 6–0, 6–0 to Andrea Petkovic, hardly unexpected given Rogers’s physical condition. She had to be taken from the court in a wheelchair during a tune-up and took the court in London wearing a large brace that gave her all the mobility of Stonehenge. It gives rise to an interesting philosophical and ethical debate: Does an injured player have an obligation to withdraw when they are obviously in no shape to compete, giving another player a chance and the fans a competitive match? Or do they earn that first loser’s check (roughly $43,000) and with it the right to show up with no intention of winning? The obvious solution: The majors, which make so much money it's pocket change, offer main draw players the right to a full refund. That is, “We’ll give you full first-round prize money if you pull out.” Better than these matches that aren't competitive.
But that money has to come from somewhere doesn't it. Yes majors could easily afford it.
It's a tough issue imo, because you can't blame the players, and I don't think this solution is viable.