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So Wimbeldon starts tomorrow, and I'm Looking forward to it.
Could this be the year where we see a Brit's name on the trophy? Personnaly I dont think either Tim or Greg satnd a single chance, but you never know! I'm predicting that Hewitts going to win again.
What does everyone else think?

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I don't think Hewitt will,his form recently hasn't been up to much,doubt Tim or Greg will but you never know. I think that Agassi might do it.

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There's more chance of Tony Blair telling the truth than there is of a there being a British Wimbledon winner.
One thing is certain....neither will happen this year and whichever one does eventually happen nobody will believe it!


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keon d ithink ur wrong
i think we will rodrigo or greg will win wimbledon
its just this year feels special

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whoever wins out of roderick and Rusedski will win it !!!

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i wonder if well see a nobody win it!!!!!!!!!


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We have already run through the option of Henman <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" /> it would actually be quite good to see a wildcard win !

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heaman injured and lossining his strings on the racket so he wont put much strain on his shoulder

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One thing is for sure. IT's the most open mens' championship in years.

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true and now with hewit out.


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i dont know whos guna win or maybe rodrigo


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Oh well my perdiction was wrong! My moneys on Ferreo now. BUT YOU NEVER KNOW!

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u think


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Quote:
I don't think Hewitt will

Thankyou fans...

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Greg did play really well yesterday, but I don't think he'll win tomorrow.

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For anybody who hates Tim Henman as much as me please check out this message board

1000 people more annoying than Mick Hucknall

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y do u hate henman

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Why do you not spell or punctuate?

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I don't hate Henman, I just don't think he is a good enough player to win Wimbeldon thats all, it would be great if he did, but I just can't see that happening.

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i don't like him as a person or a player ! A snooty tennis player who lacks the hype he is given and the sponsership.




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