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Roger Federer broke Pete Sampras’ 14 majors in Sunday’s Wimbledon Finals against Andy Roddick. A text conversation with a friends summarizes what I feel about the historic occasion. SE: Federer won. ME: That’s old news. 😦 SE: A friend said … Continue reading

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Obsession

For years now I and my friends have a common obsession. That is Roger Federer, that Swiss maestro who has an uncanny resemblance to Efren ‘Bata’ Reyes, not winning any more majors particularly the French Open. We would trade text … Continue reading

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Memories of Running

I pride myself for having a pretty good memory. I can remember the most miniscule of details. It is, by the way, not such a good thing when I’m trying to move on from a bad break-up. But that’s for … Continue reading

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Australian Open 2009: Final Thoughts

Here are the top newsmakers of this year’s Australian Open: 1. Rafael Nadal. After winning the longest ever Australian Open (semifinal) match against countryman Fernando Verdasco, the World No. 1 beat Roger Federer 7-5, 3-6, 7-6, 3-6, 6-2 to win … Continue reading

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Australian Open 2009

The first tennis major, the Australian Open, kickss off today in Melbourne Park until February 1, 2009. The draw for men’s and women’s singles can be found here and here. Another tennis year, another year of obsessing over Roger Federer … Continue reading

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Tennis: Tennis Masters Cup

Nikolay Davydenko spoiled my Nole-Andy dream final when he beat a tired Murray 7-5, 6-2. Thank goodness Nole beat the crap out of him in yesterday’s final 6-1, 7-5. Nole is now only 10 points behind World No. 2 Roger … Continue reading

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I Still Have My Mojo

We played bowling yesterday as the first phase of our team building. The last time I played bowling was a year ago and I didn’t play well then. My score was crappy. I couldn’t get a strike and I only … Continue reading

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