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Erm... inappropriate.

I don't like that oncourt interviewer, Petrova and Likhovtseva unsurprisingly weren't in the mood to talk and yet he interviewed them

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I don't like what Pam Shriver said about Mary Pierce. "She cut herself while shaving, so she's not all French"
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I don't like what Pam Shriver said about Mary Pierce. "She cut herself while shaving, so she's not all French"
i don´t like those interviews as well at least in RG

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I don't like that oncourt interviewer, Petrova and Likhovtseva unsurprisingly weren't in the mood to talk and yet he interviewed them

I think that is horrible, you just lost a match, you just want to get away and then you have to give an interview when the crowd is making noise in the background, horrible !! I hope they don't do that at Wimbledon

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I don't like that oncourt interviewer, Petrova and Likhovtseva unsurprisingly weren't in the mood to talk and yet he interviewed them
world is plenty of sadism.......


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I don't like that oncourt interviewer, Petrova and Likhovtseva unsurprisingly weren't in the mood to talk and yet he interviewed them
They should be glad it wasn't Bud Collins. (I always feel sorry for the Wimbledon runners-up who have to put up with Collins after losing the final.)

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I don't like that oncourt interviewer, Petrova and Likhovtseva unsurprisingly weren't in the mood to talk and yet he interviewed them
they've been doing this all tournament
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