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Baghdatis beats Hewitt!!!

Postby anastasiaC » Wed Jul 05, 2006 10:50 pm

wooohooo!!!
he did it!!!

Go markos!!!
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Postby Sotos » Wed Jul 05, 2006 11:05 pm

Congratulations Pagdati!! Why no Cypriot tv channel showed the game? :(
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Postby anastasiaC » Thu Jul 06, 2006 12:31 am

really??? thats bad!!!
we had it live here in Sydney but it was SO late and I couldnt keep my eyes open.......
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Postby pauline » Thu Jul 06, 2006 12:36 am

yeh !!!
couldn't see the match either ... was it a good one ????
Nadal next probably no ???
come on ! let's believe !

And well done to France as well !!!
Hey it's been a good day ! (despite the rain ... which has been with us for at least a week now .... ) :evil:
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Postby saravakos » Thu Jul 06, 2006 1:24 am

bravo tou!!

megalos leventis
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Postby Natty » Thu Jul 06, 2006 2:12 am

saravakos wrote:bravo tou!!

megalos leventis


For sure!!! :wink:

I don't know why their not showing it in Cyprus, I'd have thought they would....mmm...strange :?

It was a great game, Baghdatis was deff in control at the start but Hewitt came back, he won the 2nd set and the 3rd went into a tie break...I really thought Hewitt was going to win at that point, I was shaking in my boots, or should I say slippers.... :) However he proved me wrong by winning the tie break (Screamed VERY loud at that point) and the 4th set (again the screaming and jumping around in my house was crazy!! :lol: )

Ate re Markos, bring on Nadal!! :wink: :D
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Postby Fisherman2006 » Thu Jul 06, 2006 5:53 am

OOOO It was an amazing match. I got my flag infront of my house here in New York (Just because the Italians have drowned it out with their flags for the world cup finals). Baghdatis has so much confidence it is amazing, Bring on Nadal is right its time someone stops the kid and Marcos is the man to do that. The amazing thing is Grass isnt even his territory as we've learned from the Australian Open which he made the finals. It will be interesting. But HE IS THE MAN!Image
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Postby saravakos » Thu Jul 06, 2006 9:39 am

what got on my nerves was the BBC commentator not giving him credit. Mcenroe was full of praise but his side-kick just wouldnt praise him...why is the english media like this to Greeks/Cypriots??
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Postby raymanuva » Thu Jul 06, 2006 9:47 am

they did call him Mommyboy (Mamothreftos) dozen of times :)
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Postby Fisherman2006 » Fri Jul 07, 2006 6:39 am

Well one reason the British media is so mean is because he beat their only hope, the British Andy Murray who they invested total trust in to represent Britain in the finals. But Baghdatis being the better player outplayed Murray by far that day winning in straight sets. They do ALWAYS call him momma's boy and mock him for looking towards his "praying" mother in the crowd instead of a coach for reassurance and claim his winnings to be from reliance on "the almighty" Read the article yourself http://www.wimbledon.org/en_GB/news/art ... 70515.html
.... And they love to talk about the NADAL Vs. FEDERER rematch in the end, while totally ignoring that Baghdatis is the man to beat Nadal right now and that it could very easily be Baghdatis and Federer in the final. I am saying Federer because I have full confidence that he will win the semi's, but I can't say the same for Nadal because Baghdatis is a great player and it is a close game. I hope our Cypriot makes it all the Way, the match is tomorrow, lets all watch and root him on!!!
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