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    Message par Emilie.D le Lun 19 Jan - 21:13

    Djokovic: "Ma raquette, je ne veux plus en parler"

    Par Laurent Trupiano, lundi 19 janvier 2009 à 12:27

    Après avoir craint de devoir jouer un 4ème set, Novak Djokovic a su régler son jeu pour finalement s'en sortir en trois manches et économiser son organisme. En conférence de presse, il est revenu sur cette entame un peu spéciale et sur l'affaire de la raquette.


    Est-ce que vous pensez qu’il s’agit d’un bon début de tournoi ou au contraire vous vous sentez notamment contrarié par votre troisième set ?

    Bien, c’est un début assez lent. J’ai été breaké dans deux sets. J’ai réussi à revenir, c’est toujours important.

    Etiez-vous fatigué dans le 3ème set ?

    Fatigué, non

    Que s’est-il passé ?
    (NDLR : Djokovic était mené 4 à 0, deux breaks de retard)
    J’ai fait trop de fautes directes et lui a mieux joué.

    Est-ce que la chaleur vous a gêné ?
    Pas du tout, c’était autre chose, la chaleur est la même pour les deux joueurs.

    La pression de défendre son titre ?
    La pression est là, je ne peux le nier, mais cela ne m’a pas affecté sur ce match, j’ai tenté de trouvé mon rythme et cela a été long.

    On parle beaucoup de votre changement de raquette ?

    Changer de cadre a été une décision importante pour moi, mais maintenant c’est de l’histoire ancienne, j’ai décidé de jouer avec cette raquette, l’affaire est close, je ne veux plus en parle d'avantage.

    Que pensez-vous de l’idée de déplacer le tournoi en février ?
    Il y a beaucoup à dire. Personne ne veut en parler sérieusement. Pour l’instant car on est en plein tournoi. Mais il faudra s’y pencher. On aimerait avoir une meilleure préparation car la saison est longue et la «off season » encore trop courte.

    L’ATP a un nouveau boss, c’est une bonne nouvelle ?
    Je l’ai rencontré, c’est la bonne personne. Trouver un «boss» de cette qualité pour un poste aussi important ce n’est pas évident. Pour l’instant c’est trop tôt, mais je compte bien lui expliquer ce que les joueurs désirent, on doit être impliqué dans les décisions.


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    Message par MeLi MeLo le Lun 19 Jan - 17:00

    hey oh oh oh l'année dernière il avait rien fait avant Melbourne comment ils peuvent dire qu'il arrive avec moins de confiance ? ils sont qui pour le connaitre aussi bien ? ils ne sont pas dans sa tête à ce que je sâche ! Et le Chardy c'est pas mieux entre nous...fais ton malin tu verras bien qui c'est qui commande !!!!

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    Q. How does it feel to be a Grand Slam champion?
    NOVAK
    DJOKOVIC: It's probably undescribable feeling, something that I always
    dreamed of, of course. I think every player dreams about winning a
    Grand Slam, whatever.
    And, you know, it's something special.
    It's a special event. It's two weeks long, all the best players in the
    world playing. Then you come up in the end as a champion, you know,
    only one guy to win the tournament. I mean, I'm still not aware of the
    big achievement I have had in these two weeks.
    I'm very proud
    of myself, of course. And, of course, the support of my family and
    everybody who's been with me in these two weeks has been very important
    to me. So right now I feel kind of relieved because I've played at
    least the semifinals in every Grand Slam in last year, and I was pretty
    close in US Open.
    So probably today I was a bit nervous on the
    start 'cause I found myself in the strange situation: that I am the
    favorite in the finals of a Grand Slam, which is not usual for me.
    So it was dangerous, but I managed to cope with the pressure well and to win.
    Q.
    You said the other day you thought this could be kind of the changing
    of the guard. Do you feel that now with you and Jo‑Wilfried coming
    through?
    NOVAK DJOKOVIC: Well, I knew that he's going to go
    for the shots, you know. He's playing in the first Grand Slam finals.
    He's had amazing tournament. Of course, he absolutely deserved to be in
    that position.
    Today was very, very close match, so could go either way, that's for sure. Was just couple of shots, couple of points deciding.
    But,
    you know, still it's my first Grand Slam. I'm very happy for that. I'm
    gonna take it easy, you know. I'm not gonna try to think about, you
    know, reaching even higher goals right away. You know, I'm not in the
    rush.
    I want to enjoy in my success and just celebrate with the people I care about. From then, I'll see what it goes.
    Q. Do you feel Roger's dominance in the game is finished?
    NOVAK
    DJOKOVIC: No, I don't think so, no. I mean, it's not possible that only
    one tournament is changing the history. Of course, I mean, I played
    amazing tennis here, so I think I absolutely deserved to win, even
    against him in the semifinals. You know, he accepted in the right way.
    Sure,
    he's gonna come back in a big style, of course. He's still planning to
    be the best player in the world, so we all know how good is he. We
    gonna see a lot of him, of course, this year.
    Q.
    There are such small margins between defeat and victory, and you've
    tasted both in Grand Slam finals now. What do you think was the special
    difference today that perhaps just gave you the edge?
    NOVAK DJOKOVIC: I didn't play Roger (smiling).
    Well,
    you know, as I said, it was kind of strange feeling to get into the
    match as the favorite. As I was saying in the preconference, it's
    always dangerous to play against the underdog, the player who doesn't
    have really anything to lose.
    He was really aggressive, going
    for the shots since the start. That's where I really needed to calm
    down and really try to keep my focus. And obviously playing in a Grand
    Slam final in US Open gave me a lot of experience which I used today, I
    think.
    In these crucial moments I was being probably more patient and more focused, so I think that's one of the turning points.
    Q.
    As those set points were kind of ganging up on each other at the end of
    the third set, you really just had to keep your mind as focused as you
    possibly could.
    NOVAK DJOKOVIC: Exactly. I knew that I'm
    playing against a big server, and I have to wait for my chances. And,
    you know, he started match really well. You could see that in the first
    set. And he was obviously a better player in that first set.
    And
    then, you know, I just was trying to keep my focus, remain the
    consistency, the high level of game, try to wait for my opportunities,
    and then when I get them, you know, I should use them right away, which
    I did.
    And that fourth set was, you know, a little bit strange
    because we had ups and downs, both of us. We didn't have so much
    chances on each other's serve. We were holding serve pretty good. But
    you could see that we were not of moving really well, both of us, that
    we were really tired.
    You know, I asked for the treatment
    because I was sliding a lot and I felt some soreness in the hamstring.
    It's all normal, I think. It's mental preparation. Mental strength, I
    think, plays a big part in this match, especially in this match.
    You
    know, it's a Grand Slam final and you're coming to the match aware of
    the fact that you're in the finals. And then, you know, you get nervous
    a little bit. Sometimes in important moments you don't play the way you
    would like to play.
    But it is important. The difference is if you stay focused in the end.
    Q.
    You talked about the nerves a bit. Obviously a bit of a nervous start,
    breaks of serve and what have you. What did you do today to help occupy
    your mind, and how nervous were you in the lead‑up to tonight?
    NOVAK
    DJOKOVIC: Well, I was trying before the match to keep my head off the
    tennis court and just thoughts on something else. You know, just
    talking jokes, listening to music, watching funny videos, whatever,
    just to relax. And I kind of managed to do that.
    And then since
    I got to the court it all changed in two seconds (smiling). When you
    get to the full stadium, you feel again very proud of yourself because
    you got to that stage. But, again, you want to win. You know, since you
    get to the final, you know, final match, you just want to make another
    step and win it.
    So, of course I was nervous and there was
    pressure, and I think it's understandable. But I'm very happy the way I
    deal with that pressure.
    Q. Is it more pressure than you've ever felt in your life?
    NOVAK DJOKOVIC: I think this is one of the matches, one of the matches where I had most of the pressure. I think so, yes.
    Q. So what's on the agenda for tonight then?
    NOVAK DJOKOVIC: You don't want to know (smiling).
    Q. Yeah, I do.
    NOVAK DJOKOVIC: Actually, I'll keep that as a secret because we have special ways of celebrating, so... We'll have a fun night.
    Q. Is it a family celebration?
    NOVAK DJOKOVIC: Yeah, yeah, family, everybody. I mean, I'm a people guy, so I like to be with...
    Q.
    Six of the last ten winners of the Australian Open have lost the first
    set. Does it mean anything to you? You didn't say much about your
    serve. But in the second and third set, you had 10 games when you lost
    only 10 points on your serve. So that was probably a key, you think?
    NOVAK
    DJOKOVIC: Well, I think, yeah, yeah. On the first place, well, stats,
    you know, say that probably the Grand Slam champions are getting into
    the matches a little bit nervous, so probably that was the case with me
    today.
    But, you know, I'm very happy that I managed to hold on
    till the end. Serve was ‑‑ it was following me in a great style and
    giving me a lot of motivation and a lot of confidence I think in these
    two weeks, and was one of the best elements in my game.
    That's
    very encouraging for the upcoming season, you know, and for the future,
    because this is something I've been working on a lot lately. I've been
    trying to work on my consistence with the serve, first‑serve
    percentage, but at the same time placement.
    All these things
    need time. So I'm pretty surprised with the way I served these two
    weeks, and I think serve was one of the key factors in my game, even
    today.
    Q. Having played this match as the
    favorite, does it give you more appreciation for what Federer and Nadal
    have done, the position they've been in the last couple of years?
    NOVAK
    DJOKOVIC: Well, no doubt. I mean, for everybody who wins a Grand Slam,
    you have to give them a lot of appreciation and respect. I just felt it
    now, what it feels like. Hopefully, you know, in the future I'm gonna
    feel it more.
    Q. You say you're a people
    person. Is it very difficult to be playing against somebody who is such
    a crowd favorite? Second match in a row now.
    NOVAK
    DJOKOVIC: Well, this is something that you got to fight against, you
    know, just try to keep your head in the match. As I said after the
    match, you know, the crowd was more behind him. In one way, it's okay.
    You know, it's understandable.
    Everybody has a right to decide
    who they gonna cheer for. He's an attractive player. You know, he's a
    young one. He's unseeded coming to the finals. Obviously, they wanted
    to support him.
    But I think I had enough support, you know.
    Even though there was, you know around my box and in my box, all
    together about 20 or 30 people. I think they were screaming incredibly
    throughout all the match and really helped me out.
    Q. It looks like a particularly heavy trophy. When you went to lift it up, did it seem light or did it seem heavy?
    NOVAK
    DJOKOVIC: I didn't feel anything at that moment. I didn't make
    difference about heavy or light or whatever. You know, I just looked at
    it and looked all those names on it and I thought to myself, Jesus, my
    name is going to be in that trophy. I was very proud of myself.
    Q. Would you like to play the whole year‑round on hard court without having to having to also play on clay?
    NOVAK DJOKOVIC: Probably, yes. I'll speak with the ATP chairman about it to make all the tournaments hard courts (smiling).
    No,
    you know, you have to always ‑‑ one of the goals of every professional
    tennis player is to try to be consistent with results on any kind of
    surface, and I think I managed to do that in the last year and a half.
    Q. Will it be tough at Roland Garros, you think?
    NOVAK
    DJOKOVIC: I think I'm going to be more relieved now, even though, you
    know, coming as a Grand Slam champion, all the tournaments in this
    season. You know, I feel better now, you know, not with too much
    pressure.
    We'll see. I play my best tennis on the most important events, so it's encouraging thing.
    Q.
    When you were a small boy in a small country ravaged by war, could you
    imagine a day like this, when you are actually a Grand Slam champion?
    NOVAK
    DJOKOVIC: I was dreaming of it many times. I was watching a lot of
    legends in the sport lifting up Grand Slam trophies, so I wished to be
    in that situation one day. So it's like a dream come true.
    Q. Was it a reality or was it just a dream?
    NOVAK
    DJOKOVIC: I always believed. You know, I always believed. I didn't want
    to think in a negative way. I always had a big support, especially from
    my parents, my father. You know, I think he always believed more in me
    than I did in myself.
    With the way I was playing throughout all
    the junior years and junior events, I think I earned enough confidence
    and motivation to be a professional tennis player and to be as a Grand
    Slam champion.
    So, you know, for somebody it was not realistic,
    for somebody, yes. And it was difficult to judge in that time because
    Serbia doesn't have such a big tennis tradition. Considering all these
    bad times we had, you know, in the time when I grew up and practicing
    there. So it was basically impossible if you look in it that way, but I
    always believed.
    Q. Was your family affected by the war?
    NOVAK DJOKOVIC: I wouldn't talk about the war. It's just something that I'll pass.
    Q.
    Can you tell a little bit how you became so good? You mentioned several
    times the conditions in Serbia weren't very good to be a tennis player.

    NOVAK DJOKOVIC: Yeah, well, you know, I think everybody was
    really surprised with the amount of the players we produced from such a
    small country with no tennis tradition. So I think it's still
    unexplainable, because there was no system whatsoever in our country
    for tennis and we didn't get so much support needed in that stage,
    mostly needed.
    But we always had I can say strong support from
    our closest, you know, from the parents. And I think this hunger for
    success and the times and things we went through made us stronger. I
    think so.
    Q. Everybody assumes they might have
    a bit of an idea of what it is like to actually win a Grand Slam. When
    you do win a Grand Slam, what's it like?
    NOVAK DJOKOVIC: You should start playing professionally and maybe you'll get to this stage (smiling).
    Well,
    how can I explain? You know, I'm still not aware of such a success, as
    I said on the start. You know, sitting here with a Grand Slam trophy
    beside me, I'm still probably on the court and still with the thoughts
    on the match and all these two weeks. I don't realize it still.
    But I think people in my country will prove it to me bigtime.
    Q. Can you relive the match point?
    NOVAK
    DJOKOVIC: I don't know. I really don't know. I can't remember. I just
    remember that I fell down and I was relieved and so happy. I even
    couldn't show my emotions because of the momentum, so it's very
    difficult to say what I felt.
    Q. What do you
    remember of the celebration you had after Paris when you and Ivanovic
    and Jelena Jankovic were received in Belgrade? What do you expect now
    will happen?
    NOVAK DJOKOVIC: I see smiles from the Serbian journalists there. It says it all.
    Yeah,
    we still didn't have a Grand Slam champion. Now I don't even realize
    how big deal this is. I really am overjoyed with the victory and very
    happy that the people in Serbia appreciate what we have done ‑ not just
    myself, but everybody.
    With that reception, they proved that
    they have a lot of respect. Even though Ana played finals, me and
    Jelena, we played semifinals. You know, if you look at it, maybe some
    players from other country, semifinals, Grand Slam finals, not a big
    deal. But for us it was a big deal in that moment.
    Q. How many people were there?
    NOVAK
    DJOKOVIC: About 20,000, I think. Now I don't know. I mean, I was always
    watching as a kid all the successful professional athletes from our
    country, let's say basketball, basketball winners, the European World
    Championship, Olympic medals, water polo, volleyball.
    All these
    guys, when they win something big, they go to this balcony of the
    government. It's our tradition to have reception, you know, for such a
    great success. There's always so many people filled up on the streets.
    You don't even know the numbers.
    Maybe I'm gonna have this, as well (smiling).
    Q. You're already a celebrity in your country. Grand Slam champion. How do you think you can cope with that celebrity?
    NOVAK
    DJOKOVIC: Well, you know, this is something which comes with the
    success, I think. To be popular and to be celebrity, it is very nice.
    It's very flattering when the people recognize you on the streets and
    come up to you saying many words of things and of respect and a lot of
    positive comments. You have to be proud of yourself, you know.
    But
    it is important to keep the balance always in the life. That's what I'm
    trying to learn right now, you know, because I am still young and
    getting into the business. More people pay attention on me and what I
    do.
    Of course, I have to try to keep my focus on tennis because
    that's what I want to do still in next 10, 15 years. Who knows.
    Everything else, you know, I'll manage to survive.


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    Message par Delph le Lun 19 Jan - 16:04

    Bravo Petit Novak pour cette victoire !!! Very Happy

    C'est vrai qu'il s'est un peu déconcentré au troisième set mais bon c'est pas pour autant qu'il n'est pas confiant quant à la suite des évènnements !!! Comme d'habitude, les journalistes (français ici puisque l'article vient du site "lemonde") tirent des conclusions bien vite ; surtout quand c'est un Français qui affronte Novak Djokovic !!! Grrrrrrrrrrrr on verra qui sera le meilleur !!! Neutral

    En attendant Good Luck Nole et nous, les Nolettes, on te fait confiance !!! Serbie Cool Serbie
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    Message par Emilie.D le Lun 19 Jan - 14:05


    Open d'Australie - Chardy met le cap sur Djokovic
    19.01.09 | 08h12

    Jérémy Chardy aura l'occasion mercredi de devenir la nouvelle petite célébrité française de Melbourne s'il réussit à bouter le tenant du titre Novak Djokovic hors de l'Open d'Australie.

    Solide vainqueur (6-4, 6-4, 6-1) du Brésilien Marcos Daniel lundi, le Palois de 21 ans sait que "forcément, ce sera très dur". Mais comme tout le monde il a remarqué que le Serbe n'était pas au mieux en ce début de saison.

    "Il a perdu au premier tour (à Brisbane), il a perdu contre Nieminen (à Sydney), c'est sûr: il n'est pas aussi serein que l'année dernière, il faudra profiter de cette petite baisse de confiance pour aller le chercher", a souligné Chardy, déjà auteur d'un bel exploit en Grand Chelem lors de son escapade jusqu'en huitièmes de finale du dernier Roland-Garros.

    Quart de finaliste à Sydney la semaine dernière après être sorti des qualifications, l'élève de Frédéric Fontang, 68e mondial, abordera le match gonflé à bloc: "j'ai eu de très bons passages aujourd'hui, j'ai réussi un très bon tournoi la semaine dernière, j'arrive avec de la confiance."

    Le début de match face à Djokovic, qui n'a pas convaincu lors de son premier tour lundi face au qualifié italien Andrea Stoppini, sera très important, selon lui. "Il faut que j'arrive à bien lui rentrer dedans, que j'y aille à fond.

    En attendant il était déjà ravi d'avoir "enfin remporté le premier match de toute (sa) vie à Melbourne". "En juniors je me suis fait une entorse au premier tour et en seniors (qualifications) j'ai perdu deux fois avec des balles de match."

    Il était content aussi d'avoir su finir en trois sets lundi. "Car je savais que physiquement j'aurais besoin de toutes mes forces au prochain tour", a expliqué le Palois qui travaille à améliorer son jeu vers l'avant "pour mieux profiter de mon service et de mon coup droit".


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    Message par Emilie.D le Lun 19 Jan - 14:03

    Le Lundi 19 Janvier 2009 | Mise en ligne à 1h18
    Djokovic démarre bien


    Novak Djokovic a plutôt bien entrepris la défense de son titre à l’Open d’Australie en éliminant Andrea Stoppini, 213e raquette mondiale (6-1, 6-3, 7-5). Mais le no 3 a connu quelques passages à vide, notamment au début de la troisième manche, où il a perdu deux jeux de service d’affilée. Malgré un jeu solide, il n’est pas apparu comme le joueur dominant qui l’an dernier avait remporté son premier tournoi du Grand Chelem.

    Finaliste en 2008, sa compatriote Ana Ivanovic a connu un départ peu convaincant. Certes, elle a vaincu Julia Goerges, modeste 107e, mais non sans difficulté (7-5, 6-3). L’autre Serbe, Jelena Jankovic, a de son côté fait mieux, avalant Yvonne Meusberger 6-1, 6-3.

    Quant à la Québécoise Stéphanie Dubois, elle a connu un départ cauchemardesque contre Ai Sugiyama, laissant filer la première manche 6-0. Elle s’est ensuite ressaisie, poussant son adversaire au jeu décisif. Mais la Japonaise a fait parler son expérience.


    [Source : blogues.cyberpresse.ca]


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    Message par Patra le Lun 19 Jan - 11:20

    Un match a la Doudou, bon match d'entrée, de tres beau point de la part des 2 joueurs et du fairplay, c'est agreable de voir un match comme ca!!!!!

    J 'ai adoré losqu'il a envoyé un baiser(a moi bien sur Very Happy !) apres avr gagné le point sur un long echange!!!!

    Merci Doudou et Bravo!!!!!!!

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    Message par MeLi MeLo le Lun 19 Jan - 8:58

    6/2, 6/3 ET 7/5


    BRAVO DOUDOU !!!!!!!!


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    Message par MeLi MeLo le Lun 19 Jan - 3:19

    Good Luck Doudou ! :oo]:

    AJDEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE Serbie


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    Message par Nole&jj le Lun 19 Jan - 0:17

    ET voila nous y sommes!!

    Un an déja!!houla houla que de bons souvenirs!


    j 'espère qu'il fera aussi bien que l 'année dernière!j 'ai confiance!!


    ADJE NOLE pour demain!!!!!!!enfin cette nuit^^
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    Message par Djokovic68 le Dim 18 Jan - 22:58

    Bonne Chance Doudou !!!!!!! En espérant qu'il fasse aussi bien que l'an passé ^^


    hj : dsl pour cette longue absence,mais j'ai pas eu beaucoup internet ces derniers temps !
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    Message par Delph le Dim 18 Jan - 21:26

    Perso, je trouve ça mieux qu'il joue en journée plutôt qu'en night session au moins il ira dormir plus tôt et ce sera mieux pour lui, pour sa forme, son bien-être, etc !!! Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy


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    Message par nole-fan le Dim 18 Jan - 13:51

    Ahhhh premier match de doudou cette nuit !!!

    EVENEMENT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Message par Val le Sam 17 Jan - 15:14

    Il va jouer en meme temps que Marin Cilic, nooon !
    Ca aurait été la totale s'il jouait pas sur le central au moins !!
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    Message par Anta le Sam 17 Jan - 15:10

    Au moins il joue sur le central! Parce que je vais pas dire mais à Roland garros ça lui est arrivé de jouer sur le n°1 !
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    Message par nole-fan le Sam 17 Jan - 14:42

    Ca je l'ai bien compris lol .. yen a tjr que pour les meme ... Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes

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    Message par MeLi MeLo le Sam 17 Jan - 14:39

    je sais mais ça sert à rien de s'énerver ça va rien changer t'façon -_-


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    Message par nole-fan le Sam 17 Jan - 14:38

    En tout cas ca commence fort pour moi le programme de lundi mdr ! la ca sent vraiment la nuit blanche !

    Ouais je crois que tu as raison faut pas que je cherche a comprendre, mais ca me parait evident que le tenant du titre doit comencer en night cession !
    Nimporte quoi la programmation.. tout ca pour ce :vv(: de fed...

    Fallai ke jle dise lol
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    Message par MeLi MeLo le Sam 17 Jan - 14:36

    cherche pas à comprendre...ça devient de plus en plus du n'importe quoi...


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    Message par nole-fan le Sam 17 Jan - 14:34

    Ah oui je l'ai pas ecri dans le bon topic mdrrrr
    Mais jtrouve ca abusé qu'il soit pas en night cession pour son entrée vu que c le tenant du titre!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Message par MeLi MeLo le Sam 17 Jan - 14:29

    Ordre de Jeu pour Lundi :

    http://www.australianopen.com/en_AU/scores/schedule/index.html

    Nole jouera en 3ème...rendez vous donc aux alentours de
    4h30-5h =)

    Il affrontera l'Italien Andrea Stoppini (Q)



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    Message par MeLi MeLo le Sam 17 Jan - 14:17

    Le tableau :

    http://www.australianopen.com/en_AU/scores/draws/ms/msdraw.pdf
    (Nole = 96 / page 2)

    et bien sûr y'a ce tsongamerde il veut pas mourir lui :vv(:


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    Message par Emilie.D le Mer 31 Déc - 21:38

    Postez ici toute l'actu de Nole ayant un lien avec l'Open d'Australie.


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