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FINALLY: A Legitimate Slam Win for AMELIE

And over the one that Robbed her of Legitimacy!

Well DONE!

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Amelie's first win was legitimate. Only the true haters of the game attempted to steal that from her
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she sooo deserves it!

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Both wins were legitimate. I'm so happy she proved the doubters wrong today.
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Amelie's first win was legitimate. Only the true haters of the game attempted to steal that from her
I have to agree with the douchevina. Amelie's first win was legitimate and this thread was made to start drama.

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congrats to her. so humble and glad for her.

she served for the match and did it! good job.
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Amelie's first win was legitimate. Only the true haters of the game attempted to steal that from her
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I didn't say her 1st win WASN'T legitimate, just said...This is MORE LEGIT.

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We all felt it was strange.

Great win.

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Well Done Amelie

My heart was racing in that final game so god knows what she was going through. I am so happy for her, she can just relax and enjoy the rest of her tennis career now shes achived her ambitions but i think a few more grandslams are going her way.

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And over the one that Robbed her of Legitimacy!

Well DONE!

TRUE #1!!
JustiCe has been done . By giving up, "Allez" cast a shadow over Amélie's first Slam win. That was a horrendous thing to do.
This Wimbledon win is beyond contestation. As I hoped she would, Amélie beat Justine fair and square.

Justine was her usual unsporty self. It was clear that she was being coached from the stands by that Rodriguez creep. BTW, what kind of masochistic relationship does she have with her coach? After she lost the second set, he disappeared from the box and the commentators said that he often does that when she loses a set, as if he wants to say: "You are on your own." This is sick.
Justine also made all kind of gestures, as if she wanted to distract Amélie.

But Amélie just went on with her business. And her acceptance speech was so warm, modest and genuine. Very sweet.

WTG, Amélie, for the rest of the season.

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Look its already been confirmed that Justine is an unsportsman like slag. She will do whatever to win even if its unethical like hand movements, gestures and when all that doesnt work a sick tummy excuse to rob the winner of her moment of glory.

Nice Job Momo.

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