2011 Wimbledon

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  1. jaxvid

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    This is how you respond to your "white brothers"? And the potential audience for your book? Sheesh! You need to chill out bro.
     
  2. Spartan

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    </div><div>Man do you realize how hostile all of you have been towards me from day one?</div><div>
    </div><div>This man changed my nationality and told me that we modern Greeks have nothing to do with my ancestors and we are Slavs, what you wanted me to say thank you? But then again this what you white Americans do on daily basis for decades now with your former slaves and Mexicans, that's why the influence of the white man in the USvanishesmore and more every year!</div><div>
    </div><div>Anyways i apologize once again!</div>
     
  3. Matra1

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    I'm not American either.

    frederic38 is correct that present day Greeks are mostly unrelated to the ancients. If they were they wouldn't be relying on Germans for the free lunch they've had in recent years! The descendants of the ancient Greeks would never have needed to invade superior countries like Germany, France, Britain, Canada, Australia and the US in search of work. Greeks who live in Australia and Canada in particular join hands with non-whites against the white majority. The reality is that a lot of Greeks are not European at all. Maybe that is why Spartan has trouble understanding why over the top boorishness is not acceptable to Europeans. Spartan might well be one of the anti-white Greeks who show up at Majority Rights and similar sites trying to disrupt all discussions. (He's certainly succeeded here. Sadly non-Europeans like Spartan are only capable of disruption and destruction as they lack the genetic tools to be creators).
     
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    I just read in an article that Richard Williams thinks his daughters should skip the US Open. I can just imagine the panic at ESPN and CBS at hearing him say that.
     
  5. Spartan

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    </div><div>You are 100% right, we are not white, neitherdescendantsof ancient Greeks according to RESEARCHES THAT JEWISH SCIENTISTS DO IN JEWISH DOMINATED COUNTRIES SUCH AS UK AND USA.........SAME RESEARCHES WHICH ALSO SAY THAT THERE IS NOT ONE PURE WHITE AMERICAN AND ALL OF THEM HAVE SOME % OF BLACK AND NATIVE AMERICAN BLOOD .................THESE RESEARCHES ARE WE TALKING ABOUT THAT GREEKS ARE NOT WHITE AND NOT RELATED WITH OUR ANCESTORS?[​IMG]</div><div>
    </div><div>I could tell that many members (not all of course) on this forum are totally uneducated, insecure andintimidatedlittle people from the race (blacks) that the rest of the white population on earth doesn't even takeseriouslyor even consider them equal human beings, and you prove my theory!</div><div>
    </div><div>The same researchescommittedfrom the Jewish scientists which indicate that Greeks are not white ordescendantsof the Ancient ones, are the same ones which indicate that white Americans are part black, but softer, weaker and not as athletic as modern African Americans........those researches you use against me?? NICE LMAO</div><div>
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    </div><div>GREEKS WE ARE NOT WHITE, YOU ARE RIGHT (I told you i am part French, but if you didn't see it, i am sure now you will have something to say against France too. Bottom line, a big % of whites in here, go after other whites............the loser mentality which had allowed the Jews and former slaves to dominate in the US, UK and so on)</div><div>
    </div><div>Here some NON WHITE GREEKS FOR YOU :</div><div>
    </div><div>http://www.footballpictures.net/data/media/159/Greece-national-team.jpg</div><div>
    </div><div>http://www.24sec.net/images/lib/Legal%20photos/Greece/Greece%20EC2005%20Champion%20(fiba).jpg</div><div>
    </div><div>http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_NcIWrw7_dzc/Sa5M3CbhAWI/AAAAAAAAAe4/_7INmhHu3rU/s400/konstantinoskenteris%5B1%5D.jpg</div><div>
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    </div><div>And here is the American basketball team :</div><div>
    </div><div>http://www.anoeta.nl/Plaatjes/redeem_Team.jpg[​IMG]</div><div>
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    </div><div>Alright, i am done with this conversation, i can't fight back with suckidiopathic peopleor against the people who are the ones to blame for the rise of the black andJewishin the global society or sports.[​IMG]</div><div>
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  6. Don Wassall

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    Yes, you are done, because you're suspended. You still can't figure out that you're being insulted because you insult everyone else. This thread is just one example of many of this board's level of discussion being lowered because of you.
     
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    of course greeks are white and all white tribes are equal. Btw Who started this white european, white american battle
     
  8. Don Wassall

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    Let's get back to Wimbledon.
     
  9. alln2

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    His daughters are on the way out. They thought that they could still do it at Wimbledon, but thats not the case anymore.
    What I will remember about them is that they never gave credit to their opponent when they lost, it was always because they played poorly, not that their opponent won fair and square. I wont miss them, thats for sure.
    I never watched womens tennis for tennis, when I wanted to see tennis I watched the men, I only watched to see the beauties in action. With beauties like Kvitova, Lisicki, Wozniacki, Sharapova all young and improving, I feel like I will watch a lot more women tennis in the future. [​IMG]
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  10. Mighty Joe

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    The young German girl Lisicki is a beauty,very bubbly smiley persona but very athletic on court and a good competitor.
     
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    Maybe, you're right.

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  12. darthvader

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    I don't whether shock or disappointment is the way to describe federer's loss but I as well as other people are at a loss to describe this. To lose in the quarterfinals again is one thing but to lose after a blowing two set lead is another especially against an opponent he pretty muched owned prior to this. I always said federer had at least two more slams but now I'm not even sure if he'll even be in the top five next year. It is officially over for federer. His career is just not going to get better. An era just ended on centre court. The irony is that's where federer's greatness began. I truly thought he would win it all.
     
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    On the flip side I expect and hope djokovic gives Tsonga an ass whupping. I expect djokovic to win this and the us open.
     
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    Djoko and Nadal are my two favorite tennis players of the "elite" class of players.

    If Djoko fails against Tsonga, I hope Nadal gets the opportunity to play him in the Final, because I trust him on the big stage. I recall that Andy Murray recently beat Tsonga in a Final on the tour, but there wasn't the pressure that he would have now in a Major, much less it being Wimbledon. Murray does seem significantly improved, but until he can show the world that he can get it done, I will be wary of him going against the African on such a big stage.

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  15. Don Wassall

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    Tsonga whupped Nadal in straight sets in the semis at the Australian Open in 2008, but lost to Djokovic in the final. The media fell in love with Tsonga's athleticism, charisma and room brightening smile at that tournament (calling him aMuhammad Ali lookalike, one of the highest compliments that can be given from their perspective) and all but christening him the new king of tennis, but this is Tsonga's first big win since then. Were he to beat Djokovic and Nadal to win Wimbledon it would be a huge upset, maybe one of the biggest ever given how dominant those two are right now. Bottom line, I'm not worried about Tsonga.

    To get an idea of how Tsonga was gushed over at the 2008 Australian Open, check out this thread: http://www.castefootball.us/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=2442&amp;PN=1&amp;title=australian-open
    It served as a generic Australian Open thread for several years; the posts from the '08 tournament are the ones to look for.
     
  16. darthvader

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    I had doubts about whether sharapova will ever win another major but this final match is really her's to lose. After she had those two surgeries on her shoulder I didn't think she would ever retain her previous form because those surgeries took away at least 70-80 percent of her serving power. Hopefully she is on her way back because she can really sell the sport with her voluptous figure. I mean who would you rather have to endorse the sport. Somebody who is very easy on the eyes ( you don't have to be a tennis fan to watch sharapova) or somebody who can crack the mirror [edited for posting guidelines violation].

    I still think djokovic will win this even though this is his least favorite surface. But i would to see murray win this just so he can get the british press off his back once and for all. He has a very good chance to pull of the upset against nadal. I'm kind of hoping he does. As for federer I think he should get some type of mma training just to to get him mentally stronger. He may have lost a step physically but mentally I think he lost at least 2-3 steps. In my opinion he seems passive whether out of lack of passion or just plain disinterest. In other words I don't think he is hungry anymore. He says he is but I have doubts now. Obviously I can't read his mind but I think federer still thinks his talent and skill are enough to overcome his opponents. Nadal like connors back in the day goes in there expecting and even wanting a streetfight. Nadal expects his opponents to hit back. Federer doesn't. Edited by: Don Wassall
     
  17. Liverlips

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    Glad to see the Great Black Hype Tsonga (who is maybe 20% Negro) getting crushed by the superior white athlete today.

    Just like boxing's Great Black Hype Haye (who has a white mother like seemingly all the best 'black' athletes nowadays) will get crushed by the superior white athlete tomorrow.
     
  18. Deadlift

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    Novak's victory over the arrogant, histrionic brute, will be savored for a long time, for it wasn't only a victory over the African (not a "Frenchmen"), but a small victory over a deracinated, black-loving crowd.

    This black fetish that was possessed by said crowd - and silenced by Novak (Thank YOU) - is at the root of Western Europe's destruction. Novak is the CHARISMATIC one, while the African is a PUNK!
     
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    Great win for Novak over the overrated black man. AveEasternEuropean dominant athlete, you guys make us all proud.
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    Yes, kudos to Novak.

    Roger should have sent him packing the other day. He had the showboat down two sets then faltered. Fed may have lost a step and is not quite as explosive but I think his conditioning needs to be improved. Tennis is very demanding. Fatigue often decides the winner of a tough match.
     
  21. Don Wassall

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    Federer has always been in superb condition. 30 is a peak age in many sports but old for tennis; Nadal is an all-time great and Djokovic may be also. What a finals match between those two! Fifth straight Wimbleon final for Rafa, versus 47-1 Djokovic in 2011, including four wins in four trys against Nadal. Awesome, awesome, awesome matchup. . .
     
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    Petra Kvitova wins. She has free swinging ground strokes that are impressive. She uncoils on the forehand that leave opponents frozen trying to guess which way she is going to it the ball. I don't want to go overboard on her future success, think Ana Ivanovic, but I can see her winning quite a few events.

    Sharapova's serving let her down for the most part. The effectiveness and pace of Kvitova's shots were really Maria's undoing. Maria has no plan B in that situation except to swing for the fences at an even greater rate - it's low percentage tennis.

    The Nadal-Djokovic match should be a doozy.

    P.S. - I see were Ana Ivanovic has hired some prominent coach. Some chap named Nigel Sears. Good luck to her.
     
  24. white is right

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    Hahaha isn't that a case of kettle call the pot black. Neither Williams sister would ever win a beauty contest, unless they play Monopoly.. [​IMG]
     
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    Djokovic won the first set, 6-4. Good competition so far, and it should get even better!

    Novak won set #2, 6-1. Then, he lost set #3, 6-1.Edited by: Deadlift
     

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