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I'm absolutely gutted about her retiring, she played tennis how it's supposed to be played with great technique and imagination not all this double handed base line rally first person to make a mistake b o l l o c k s cry Justine missing you already.

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This is the problem with top sports stars earning so much money.She has lost four times in as many months and because she has $20 million in the bank cannot be bothered to fight for her career.In two weeks the french open starts and in a month and a bit wimbledon.She is 25 and if she just won the titles without winning the sort of prize money you do for such events she would of played on.
It is interesting to see that lewis hamilton is the highest paid english sports star still living here and in all honesty he has won f**k all.What next,he finishes 2nd again,picks up

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I suppose you have to have the desire to match your talent, also she's not the Biggest and her technique is mostly the reason she wins games but Sharapova, Williams, Mauresmo, etc are just getting stronger faster quicker and she's thought sod this. Girls done well to get where she is i reckon.

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but, it does mean that Ana Ivanovic is now world #2, one place short of where she will be at the end of the year...

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for the last five years i have followed justine around the world supporting her.shared her great truimphs and also some major disappointments.a major loss indeed in my opinion the most talented wta player ever no doubt about it
bit of a shock to see serena and venus lose yesterday

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Originally Posted By: ebbsfleet is for life
for the last five years i have followed justine around the world supporting her...


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