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Just a pity it had to be decided on a double fault, but they both played brilliantly
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Re: French Open 2012 (tennis)

Oh yeah! King of clay rules again! Long live the king!

Btw: Both my predictions happened to be correct - now greenies and thanks should be pouring
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Someone here actually said Rafa will choke....I guess it wasn't Rafa who choked.
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Someone here actually said Rafa will choke....I guess it wasn't Rafa who choked.
It was just a deep breath of relief characteristic for champions
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Re: French Open 2012 (tennis)

Now I also want a Babolat....for clay only.
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Now I also want a Babolat....for clay only.
Not to reveal my secret but I have been using Babolat Aeropro Drive ever since Nadal started winning French Open. I joined the bunch of all those wannabes who believed in magic power of Babolat and topspin emanating from it. In result, mine (and others who joined the same party) game been screwed if you are less than an expert player. Dont get me wrong. It's a great stick but in advanced hands. It's a control racket with Cortex and for fast swing players. I still use it occasionally only during training. My real weapon class A is Pure Drive Roddick range from Babolat. Although somewhat heavier and stiffer than the former one, however it provides you with great power and control, stability, good on serve and at the net. It can help to reap those amazing forehands and backhands down the line. It helps to offload on heavy forehands with slice. All-rounder and better than Rafa's. Having said that Babolat stick with their strings is the way to go

Trust me, go for Babolat and you won't regret it a second of your time spent on court!
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