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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old Apr 7th, 2004, 01:33 AM Thread Starter
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Great win for Patty beating her fellow countrywoman Marie Gianeh 6-1 6-0, looks like Patty is on the roll again, though I hate to say it, it's no good for Marie, and I detest Swiss Players playing in early rounds, it always happens!!
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old Apr 7th, 2004, 07:38 AM
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patty is playing great winning her lost three sets 6-1,6-1,6-0. i really think she should be able to take care of zvonareva who really struggled to beat pisnik. she always plays well against henin and in form i think patty can take her out. if she makes a big run at this tournament she could really push for a place in the top ten and the no.10 position is pretty open right now.
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So much for Rainer's presence being essential! Both Blick and SonntagsZeitung reported that she got the Suisse Foreign Minister, the WTA, even a couple of German politicians to write letters to the American Consul General in Frankfurt requesting a visa for him (but the answer was "nein")! From the (rather sloppy) auto-translations, it sounded like Patty Practically Begged, But to no avail.
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go away. you just make the facts from day to day fit in with your opinions. i just wish you would keep your word and stop posting this shit in here.
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What I find difficult to comprehend is that JR persistently posts here about Patty's life etc, Almost like a "Fan" but everysingle and I emphasise every single opponent Patty faces he cheers for and when they win he cheers for their victory, I don't know if it is meant to bate fans of Patty to argue with him as his notaceble posts about Patty in General seem like he is meant to be a fan or what, but He generally doesn't seem like one, So whats the deal JR, Im curious?

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Are you actually a fan of Patty or enjoy taking cheapshots at her life with Rainer?
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switz, I will be happy to PM you (and Rothes, plus anyone else who requests it) copies of articles from Both Blick and Sonntags Zeitung to confirm the part about Patty's Pleas To The US Consul General in Frankfurt, etc.

Rothes, fair questions. (BTW, a Reflective Retrospective Religious weekend). Anyway, I wish PP well personally. Indeed I do want her to lose "early and often" as the choices she was indeed free to make IMO are bad for her.....

AND potentially for young (esp. Suisse) girls were she to "succeed anyway". It's a shame in my view that MGM and Myriam "stalled" and Manu hasn't gone further tennis-wise. So until Timea Turns pro, .ch is purely FedEx country.
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Ok, I think I understand
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