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ServeCaspian
Jan 26th, 2012, 09:46 PM
First thread, gonna be such a fail. :bigcry:
OK, I know we're all gonna be super anxious tomorrow. especially as waiting a full day will seem agonising after back to back QF and SF. If you all are anything like me, then I'm sure you sometimes genuinely feel like fainting during Masha matches. So to make this wait a 'lil less nerve-wracking I've put together a list of suggestions to distract us.

*Play PS3/XBOX 360. Preferably a game like Skyrim where you can be absorbed for hours on end.

*Read a book, preferably a good one, so your mind won't wander.

*Watch a film, on TV not computer. You will end up here which will make you worse. Or even worse, you'll end up watching Miami final highlights :hysteric:

*Pack out your schedule, I mean really pack it out. Visit your gran/ other distant relative. Phone all those people you've been meaning to and talk for as long as possible.

Then in the few hours before the match, we come here, get all our worries/ dramatics/ excitement somewhat out of the system. Then we get ready to support Masha to the last ball.

*More suggestions welcome.*

atominside
Jan 26th, 2012, 09:56 PM
Lovely thread :sobbing:

lefty24
Jan 26th, 2012, 10:16 PM
:worship:
I was so nervous yesterday I don't know how I'm gonna handle the final without freaking out.
To make it worse the final is at 3am for me so I'm probably gonna be to anxious to sleep before hand.
For me, reading helps the most.

ServeCaspian
Jan 26th, 2012, 10:18 PM
:worship:
I was so nervous yesterday I don't know how I'm gonna handle the final without freaking out.
To make it worse the final is at 3am for me so I'm probably gonna be to anxious to sleep before hand.
For me, reading helps the most.

That was me for SF, but I was so exhausted from QF I managed to sleep. The final isn't until 8.00AM with me so I should manage to eventually fall asleep tomorrow night.

Charlatan
Jan 26th, 2012, 10:25 PM
great suggestion :lol:
i was actually switching 'watching youtube' and 'watching her match' back and forth last night when she was almost broken in the 3rd set a lot of times. thought it would kind of put your stress away and lead you to focus on another thing, but it didn't work so well

and i don't think it'd work either when u do one of those things in ur list before the match. u'd freak out nevertheless once the match begins :bigcry: but i think it depends of yourself: if u r an emotional dramatic superstitious person like me, things will always go this way :sobbing:

ServeCaspian
Jan 26th, 2012, 10:37 PM
great suggestion :lol:
i was actually switching 'watching youtube' and 'watching her match' back and forth last night when she was almost broken in the 3rd set a lot of times. thought it would kind of put your stress away and lead you to focus on another thing, but it didn't work so well

and i don't think it'd work either when u do one of those things in ur list before the match. u'd freak out nevertheless once the match begins :bigcry: but i think it depends of yourself: if u r an emotional dramatic superstitious person like me, things will always go this way :sobbing:

NID, I just wanna try and postpone it :bigcry:

Lucas_Arg
Jan 27th, 2012, 12:25 AM
I can't go out if I want so watch the match or at least not get drunk.
I will freak out, I mean winner gets all! The slam and N 1!
It's been such a long and hard road back to the top and it's so so close.
I know I should calm down because if she looses I will be devastated...

Fighterpova
Jan 27th, 2012, 06:35 AM
I am so nervous as well, I can't stop thinking about it :tape:
The final for me is tomorrow at 9.30 am so it wont be a problem :lol:

She has fought so hard and been through so much, she deserves this more than anyone!

I don't know what I will do if she loses :sobbing:

shaktincredible
Jan 27th, 2012, 07:50 AM
i'm happy i'm not the only one who's very nervous waiting for the final on the next 24 hours :sobbing:

Andy.
Jan 27th, 2012, 08:55 AM
Getting drunketty drunk drunk :drink::drink::drink: :crazy:

masha122
Jan 27th, 2012, 10:00 AM
i have a couple of suggestions for u guys :

if anyone here is suffering from asthma ; you better keep your medecine next to you like me:angel:

make sure you have a smirnoff or a good champagne next to u in case u want to celebrate her win:hearts: or loss in a good way (ps : the smirnoff is for the loss:help::help:)

vozas
Jan 27th, 2012, 10:07 AM
The match is gonna air at 8AM Portugal time. I had to work overtime the past week and also had to work full time during the weekend so I'm DYING to go out tonight. I'm gonna have a dinner with friends, loads of booze, gonna go clubbing and will then host an after-hours party at my place full of recreational drugs and Maria airing on my big flat screen:hearts::hearts::hearts:

gc-spurs
Jan 27th, 2012, 10:18 AM
Gonna go to the beach. But then when I get home my living room will be an inpenatrable fortress. Everyone has been told they aren't allowed to have people over so I can rage freely.

doooma6816
Jan 27th, 2012, 10:23 AM
tidying my room:cheer::sobbing:

ServeCaspian
Jan 27th, 2012, 10:38 AM
My room's been untidy whole tourney so don't wanna tidy it now :hysteric:

vozas
Jan 27th, 2012, 10:51 AM
My room's been untidy whole tourney so don't wanna tidy it now :hysteric:

:lol::lol: yeah my flat has been a mess. I've moved to the living room cause I've been sleeping on the couch to watch all matches since live broadcasting only begins at 12AM here :sobbing: I used to love late night tennis when I was a student but it's been a rough two weeks considering I have to wake up at 8AM every day. But it's worth it :)

Maria Croft
Jan 27th, 2012, 11:25 AM
Well, for me: I'm just going to try and enjoy the moment. Seeing her play such a big match.

I was this nervous for the Wimbledon final, and it was such a letdown. I'm just trying to enjoy this moment of seeing her name in the finals, of watching her play on the last day of the woman's draw, of her fighting her heart out.

killerqueen
Jan 27th, 2012, 05:52 PM
I couldn't sleep the night before the Wimbledon final. I kept waking up all night looking at the clock counting the hours, like a little kid at Christmas.

Luckily I don't think I'll have such a problem tonight. I'm sick as a dog, and still haven't recovered from the body shock of a 4.15 wake-up for the semi final. :lol:

lefty24
Jan 27th, 2012, 10:36 PM
I'm cooking dinner for me and my dad which is really helping me stay calm.
I'm sure baking would be relaxing too, I just can't bake.

ServeCaspian
Jan 28th, 2012, 06:06 AM
I'm cooking dinner for me and my dad which is really helping me stay calm.
I'm sure baking would be relaxing too, I just can't bake.

Praying that Masha hasn't forgotten either.