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The new men's tennis rankings are out. And Raphael Nadal has a surprise surprise close the gap on world No. 1 Roger Federer. 545 points now separate the two men. The Spaniard could end the Swiss star's stay at the top place Federer has been since February 2004, before the end of this season. Of course Nadal's epic victory Sunday in the gentlemen's singles final at Wimbledon was what scent his start. Sorry if you haven't heard by now and I am surprised you haven't. The Mallorcan won his first crown of the All England Club and halted Federer's run to five consecutive titles in the process. This match went to distance all five sets and went into the record books as the longest men's championship match in the history of Wimbledon. Doctors have advised Nadal now to take a few days' rest. He has a sore knee. He won't be playing in this week's Mercedes Cup in Germany. Raphael, meanwhile, will reflect on winning Wimbledon.

 

I would love to win here. I mean you know, Hum, today was my first, my third final. And I just focused all the time, and believing the victory all the time, and that's that's what I think.

 

Do you think this will change your life because it's like some piece of history, you know, first Spanish person for 42 years.

 

Well, this, piece of history, yes, because we didn't win for the last 42 years. You know, but that doesn't kind of change my life, for sure not.

 

Are you the best player in the world right now?

 

No, I did very well for the last couple of months though. For the last few months, I've played better than Roger. But I am still No. 2.

 

How was it during the rain delays, how tough was it to keep concentrated? And how did the first one affect you because it seemed that when you guys came back on court, Rorger managed to get the upper hands?

 

Well, he played very well every time. You know, so I didn't know. I just accepted, we know that the rain's gonna, the rain's gonna be there. Then I just, what's to say, was called my rethink.

 

On the cycling, protesters made their presence known Monday at the Tour de France. Four riders taking part in the 129-kilometer third stage were stopped by the group whose members were waving banners about thirty kilometers from the finish line in Nantes. An intervention by none other than the Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme apparently walked to wonders the protestors were soon hustled away from the cyclists.

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The new men's tennis rankings are out. Rafael Nadal has surprise surprise close the gap on world No. 1 Roger Federer. 545 points now seperate the two men. The Spaniard could end Swiss star stay at the top place Federer has been since February 2004 before the end of this season. Of course Nadal victory Sunday in gentlemen's sigle final Wimbledon was a scent of his start. Sorry if you haven't heard him by now and I am surprised you haven't. Nadal won his crown of all England club and hold Federer's won five consecutive titles in the process. This match wins the distance all sets and in the record books as the longest man's championship match in the history of Wimbledon. Doctors have been advising Nadal now to take a few days rest. He has a sore knee. He won't be playing in this week's champion in Germany. Rafael meanwhile will reflect on winning Wimbledon. I'd love to win here. I mean right now today was my first, my third final. I just focus on the diamond, believing the victory of diamonds, that's what I think. I think this gonna change your life cause this is like some piece of history, you know, first Spanish person in fourty-two years. Yes, it's history, yes, because we didn't win for last fourty-two years. But this doesn't change my life or it should not. Are you the best player in the world right now? I did very well for the last couple of months though. For the last few months, I played better than Fderer. But I am still the No.2. How was during the wind race, how tough is it to keep concentration? how did the first one affect you because it seemed when you guy come back on court Rorger managed to get up hand? So I didn't know. I just accept the wind will be there, just I would say recall what I would think . On the Cycline, protestors made their presense known Monday at tour of France for riders taking part of 129 kilometer. Third stage were stopped by the group whose members were waving banners about thirty kilometers from finish line in N. Inovation by none of the tour France director Christan P apparently wonders. Protestor will assume half the way from the cyclists.
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The new men's tennis rankings are out. Rafael Nadal has surprise surprise close the gap on world No. 1 Roger Federer. 545 points now seperate the two men. The Spaniard could end Swiss star stay at the top place Federer has been since February 2004 before the end of this season. Of course Nadal victory Sunday in gentlemen's sigle final Wimbledon was a scent of his start. Sorry if you haven't heard him by now and I am surprised you haven't. Nadal won his crown of all England club and hold Federer's won five consecutive titles in the process. This match wins the distance all five sets and went in the record books as the longest man's championship match in the history of Wimbledon. Doctors have been advising Nadal now to take a few days rest. He has a sore knee. He won't be playing in this week's Mercedes champion in Germany. Rafael meanwhile will reflect on winning Wimbledon. I'd love to win here. I mean right now today was my first, my third final. I just focus on the diamond, believing the victory of diamonds, that's what I think. I think this gonna change your life cause this is like some piece of history, you know, first Spanish person in fourty-two years. Yes, it's history, yes, because we didn't win for last fourty-two years. But this doesn't change my life or it should not. Are you the best player in the world right now? I did very well for the last couple of months though. For the last few months, I played better than Federer. But I am still the No.2. How was during the wind race, how tough is it to keep concentration? how did the first one affect you because it seemed when you guy come back on court Rorger managed to get upper hand? Well, he play with So I didn't know. I just accept the wind will be there, just I would say recall what I would think. On the Cycling, protestors made their presence known Monday at tour of France for riders taking part of 129 kilometer. Third stage was stopped by the group whose members were waving banners about thirty kilometers from finish line in N. Innovation by none of the tour France director Christan P apparently wonders. Protestor will assume half the way from the cyclists.
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The new men's tennis rankings are out. Rafael Nadal has surprise surprise close the gap on world No. 1 Roger Federer. 545 points now separate the two men. The Spaniard could end Swiss star stay at the top place Federer has been since February 2004 before the end of this season. Of course Nadal’s epic victory Sunday in gentlemen's single final Wimbledon was a set of his start. Sorry if you haven't heard him by now and I am surprised you haven't. Nadal won his crown of all England club and halted Federer's won five consecutive titles in the process. This match wins the distance all five sets and went in the record books as the longest man's championship match in the history of Wimbledon. Doctors have been advising Nadal now to take a few days rest. He has a sore knee. He won't be playing in this week's Mercedes champion in Germany. Rafael meanwhile will reflect on winning Wimbledon. I'll love to win here. I mean right now today was my first, my third final. I just focus on the time, believing the victory of time, that's what I think. I think this gonna change your life cause this is like some piece of a history, you know, first Spanish person in forty-two years. Yes, it's a piece of history, yes, because we didn't won for last forty-two years. But this doesn't change my life, I am sure it should not. Are you the best player in the world right now? I did very well for the last couple of months though. For the last few months, I played better than Federer. But I am still the No.2. How was during the wind race, how tough is it to keep concentration? how did the first one affect you because it seemed when you guys come back on court Rorger managed to get upper hands? Well, he play very well every time. So I didn't know. I just accept the wind will be there, just I would say recall what I would think. On the Cycling, protestors made their presence known Monday at tour of France for riders taking part of 129 kilometer. Third stage was stopped by the group whose members were waving banners about thirty kilometers from finish line in N. Intervention by none of the tour France director Christan P apparently works wonders. Protestor will assume part of the way from the cyclists.

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The new men's tennis rankings are out. Rafael Nadal has surprise surprise close the gap on world No. 1 Roger Federer. 545 points now separate the two men. The Spaniard could end Swiss star stay at the top place. Federer has been since February 2004 before the end of this season. Of course Nadal’s epic victory Sunday in the gentlemen's single final Wimbledon was a set of his start. Sorry if you haven't heard by now and I am surprised you haven't. Nadal won his first crown of the all England club and halted Federer's won of five consecutive titles in the process. This match wins the distance all five sets and went into the record books as the longest man's championship match in the history of Wimbledon. Doctors have advised Nadal now to take a few days' rest. He has a sore knee. He won't be playing in this week's Mercedes Cup in Germany. Rafael meanwhile will reflect on winning Wimbledon. "I'll love to win here. I mean right now today was my first, my third final. I just focus on the time, believing the victory of time, that's what I think." "I think this gonna change your life cause this is like some piece of a history, you know, first Spanish person for forty-two years." "Yes, it's a piece of history, yes, because we didn't won for last forty two years. But this doesn't change my life, for sure not." "Are you the best player in the world right now?" "I did very well for the last couple of months though. For the last few months, I played better than Federer. But I am still / No.2." "How was it during the rain delays, how tough was it to keep concentrated? And how did the first one affect you because it seemed when you guys came back on court Rorger managed to get upper hands?" "Well, he play very well every time. So I didn't know. I just accept, we know, the rain will be there, just I would say recall what I would think." On the Cycling, protestors made their presence known Monday at tour de France for riders taking part of the 129-kilometer third stage was stopped by the group whose members were waving banners of about thirty kilometers from the finish line in N. Intervention by none of the tour France director Christian Prudhomme apparently worked wonders. The protestor were soon haltered away from the cyclists.

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The new men's tennis rankings are out.And Rafael Nadal has surprise surprise close the gap on world No. 1 Roger Federer. 545 points now seperate the two men. The Spaniard could end Swiss star stay at the top place. Federer has been since February 2004 before the end of this season. Of course Nadal's epic victory Sunday in the gentlemen's single final Wimbledon was what scents his start. Sorry if you haven't heard him by now and I am surprised you haven't. Nadal won his first crown of all England club and halted Federer's won five consecutive titles in the process. This match wins the distance all five sets and went into the record books as the longest man's championship match in the history of Wimbledon. Doctors have advised Nadal now to take a few days’ rest. He has a sore knee. He won't be playing in this week's Mercedes cup in Germany. Rafael meanwhile will reflect on winning Wimbledon. I'll love to win here. I mean right now today was my first, my third final. And I just focused all the time, and believed in the victory all the time, that's what I think. Do you think this will change your life cause this is like some piece of history, you know, first Spanish person for fourty-two years. Well, this is piece of history, yes, because we didn't win for last fourty-two years. But this doesn't gonna change my life for sure not. Are you the best player in the world right now? I did very well for the last couple of months though. For the last few months, I played better than Federer. But I am still the No.2. How was during the rain delays, how tough was it to keep concentrated? And how did the first one affect you because it seemed when you guys came back on court Rorger managed to get upper hand? Well, he played very well every time. So I didn't know. I just accept, we know, the wind will be there, just I would say recall what I would think. On the Cycling, protestors made their presence known Monday at Tour de France for riders taking part of the 129 kilometer. Third stage was stopped by the group whose members were waving banners of about thirty kilometers from the finish line in N. Intervention by none of the tour France director Christian Prudhomme apparently worked wonders. The protestor will soon hassle the way from the cyclists.

 

 

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The new men's tennis rankings are out.And Rafael Nadal has surprise surprise close the gap on world No. 1 Roger Federer. 545 points now seperate the two men. The Spaniard could end Swiss star stay at the top place. Federer has been since February 2004 before the end of this season. Of course Nadal's epic victory Sunday in the gentlemen's single final Wimbledon was what scents his start. Sorry if you haven't heard him by now and I am surprised you haven't. Nadal won his first crown of all England club and halted Federer's won five consecutive titles in the process. This match wins the distance all five sets and went into the record books as the longest man's championship match in the history of Wimbledon. Doctors have advised Nadal now to take a few days’ rest. He has a sore knee. He won't be playing in this week's Mercedes cup in Germany. Rafael meanwhile will reflect on winning Wimbledon. I'll love to win here. I mean right now today was my first, my third final. And I just focused all the time, and believed in the victory all the time, that's what I think. Do you think this will change your life cause this is like some piece of history, you know, first Spanish person for forty-two years. Well, this is piece of history, yes, because we didn't win for last forty-two years. But this doesn't gonna change my life for sure not. Are you the best player in the world right now? I did very well for the last couple of months though. For the last few months, I played better than Federer. But I am still the No.2. How was during the rain delays, how tough was it to keep concentrated? And how did the first one affect you because it seemed when you guys came back on court Rorger managed to get upper hand? Well, he played very well every time. So I didn't know. I just accept, we know, the wind will be there, just I would say recall what I would think. On the Cycling, protestors made their presence known Monday at Tour de France for riders taking part of the 129 kilometer. Third stage was stopped by the group whose members were waving banners of about thirty kilometers from the finish line in N. Intervention by none of the tour France director Christian Prudhomme apparently worked wonders. The protestor will soon hassle the way from the cyclists.

 

[ 本帖最后由 ferrerosyx 于 2008-7-17 12:29 编辑 ]
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The new men's tennis rankings are out. And Rafael Nadal has surprise surprise close the gap on world No. 1 Roger Federer. 545 points now separate the two men. The Spaniard could end the Swiss star's stay at the top place Federer has been since February 2004 before the end of this season. Of course Nadal’s epic victory Sunday in the gentlemen's single's final at Wimbledon was what sent his start. Sorry if you haven't heard / by now and I am surprised you haven't. The m* won his first crown of the All England Club and halted Federer's run to five consecutive titles in the process. This match went to distance all five sets and went into the record books as the longest man's championship match in the history of Wimbledon. Doctors have / advised Nadal now to take a few days' rest. He has a sore knee. He won't be playing in this week's Mercedes Cup in Germany. Rafael meanwhile will reflect on winning Wimbledon.

 

I would love to win here. I mean you know, em, today was my first, my third final. And I just focus all the time, and believing the victory all the time, and that's what I think.

 

Do you think this will change your life coz' it's like some piece of / history, you know, first Spanish person for 42 years.

 

Well, this, piece of history, yes, because we didn't won for the last 42 years. You know, but that doesn't kinda change my life, for sure not.

 

Are you the best player in the world right now?

 

No, I did very well for the last couple of months though. For the last few months, I've played better than Roger. But I am still / No.2.

 

How was it during the rain delays, how tough was it to keep concentrated? And how did the first one affect you because it seemed that when you guys came back on court, Rorger managed to get the upper hands?

 

Well, he played very well every time. You know, so I didn't know. I just accepted,  we knew that the rain's gonna, the rain's gonna be there. Then I just, what's to say, was called my rethink.

 

On the cycling, protestors made their presence known Monday at the Tour de France for riders taking part in the 129-kilometer. Third stage was stopped by the group whose members were waving banners about thirty kilometers from the finish line in Nantes. An intervention by none other than the Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme apparently walked to wonders the protestors were soon hustled / away from the cyclists.

 

 

[ 本帖最后由 Hector 于 2008-7-17 12:27 编辑 ]
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The new men's tennis rankings are out. And Rafael Nadal has surprise surprise close the gap on world No. 1 Roger Federer. 545 points now separate the two men. The Spaniard could end the Swiss star's stay at the top place Federer has been since February 2004 before the end of this season. Of course Nadal’s epic victory Sunday in the gentlemen's single's final at Wimbledon was what sent his start. Sorry if you haven't heard / by now and I am surprised you haven't. The m* won his first crown of the All England Club and halted Federer's run to five consecutive titles in the process. This match went to distance all five sets and went into the record books as the longest man's championship match in the history of Wimbledon. Doctors have / advised Nadal now to take a few days' rest. He has a sore knee. He won't be playing in this week's Mercedes Cup in Germany. Rafael meanwhile will reflect on winning Wimbledon.

 

I would love to win here. I mean you know, em, today was my first, my third final. And I just focus all the time, and believing the victory all the time, and that's what I think.

 

Do you think this will change your life coz' it's like some piece of / history, you know, first Spanish person for 42 years.

 

Well, this, piece of history, yes, because we didn't won for the last 42 years. You know, but that doesn't kinda change my life, for sure not.

 

Are you the best player in the world right now?

 

No, I did very well for the last couple of months though. For the last few months, I've played better than Roger. But I am still / No.2.

 

How was it during the rain delays, how tough was it to keep concentrated? And how did the first one affect you because it seemed that when you guys came back on court, Rorger managed to get the upper hands?

 

Well, he played very well every time. You know, so I didn't know. I just accepted,  we knew that the rain's gonna, the rain's gonna be there. Then I just, what's to say, was called my rethink.

 

On the cycling, protestors made their presence known Monday at the Tour de France. Four riders taking part in the 129-kilometer third stage were stopped by the group whose members were waving banners about thirty kilometers from the finish line in Nantes. An intervention by none other than the Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme apparently walked to wonders the protestors were soon hustled / away from the cyclists.

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The new men's tennis rankings are out. And Rafael Nadal has surprise surprise close the gap on world No. 1 Roger Federer. 545 points now separate the two men. The Spaniard could end the Swiss star's stay at the top place Federer has been since February 2004 before the end of this season. Of course Nadal’s epic victory Sunday in the gentlemen's single's final at Wimbledon was what sent his start. Sorry if you haven't heard by now and I am surprised you haven't. The Monacon won his first crown of the All England Club and halted Federer's run to five consecutive titles in the process. This match went to distance all five sets and went into the record books as the longest man's championship match in the history of Wimbledon. Doctors have advised Nadal now to take a few days' rest. He has a sore knee. He won't be playing in this week's Mercedes Cup in Germany. Rafael meanwhile will reflect on winning Wimbledon.

 

I would love to win here. I mean you know, Hum, today was my first, my third final. And I just focus all the time, and believing the victory all the time, and that's that's what I think.

 

Do you think this will change your life because it's like some piece of history, you know, first Spanish person for 42 years.

 

Well, this, piece of history, yes, because we didn't won for the last 42 years. You know, but that doesn't gonna change my life, for sure not.

 

Are you the best player in the world right now?

 

I did very well for the last couple of months though. For the last few months, I've played better than Roger. But I am still No.2.

 

How was it during the rain delays, how tough was it to keep concentrated? And how did the first one affect you because it seemed that when you guys came back on court, Rorger managed to get the upper hands?

 

Well, he played very well every time. You know, so I didn't know. I just accepted, we know that the rain's gonna, the rain's gonna be there. Then I just, what's to say, was called my rethink.

 

On the cycling, protestors made their presence known Monday at the Tour de France. Four riders taking part in the 129-kilometer third stage were stopped by the group whose members were waving banners about thirty kilometers from the finish line in Nantes. An intervention by none other than the Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme apparently walked to wonders the protestors were soon hassle away from the cyclists.

 

[ 本帖最后由 yuto 于 2008-7-17 15:45 编辑 ]

 

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The new men's tennis rankings are out. And Raphael Nadal has surprise surprise close the gap on world No. 1 Roger Federer. 545 points now separate the two men. The Spaniard could end the Swiss star's stay at the top place Federer has been since February 2004 before the end of this season. Of course Nadal's epic victory Sunday in the gentlemen's singles final at Wimbledon was what sent his start. Sorry if you haven't heard by now and I am surprised you haven't. The Monacon won his first crown of the All England Club and halted Federer's run to five consecutive titles in the process. This match went to distance all five sets and went into the record books as the longest men's championship match in the history of Wimbledon. Doctors have advised Nadal now to take a few days' rest. He has a sore knee. He won't be playing in this week's Mercedes Cup in Germany. Raphael, meanwhile, will reflect on winning Wimbledon.

 

I would love to win here. I mean you know, Hum, today was my first, my third final. And I just focus all the time, and believing the victory all the time, and that's that's what I think.

 

Do you think this will change your life because it's like some piece of history, you know, first Spanish person for 42 years.

 

Well, this, piece of history, yes, because we didn't win for the last 42 years. You know, but that doesn't kinda change my life, for sure not.

 

Are you the best player in the world right now?

 

I did very well for the last couple of months though. For the last few months, I've played better than Roger. But I am still No. 2.

 

How was it during the rain delays, how tough was it to keep concentrated? And how did the first one affect you because it seemed that when you guys came back on court, Rorger managed to get the upper hands?

 

Well, he played very well every time. You know, so I didn't know. I just accepted, we know that the rain's gonna, the rain's gonna be there. Then I just, what's to say, was called my rethink.

 

On the cycling, protestors made their presence known Monday at the Tour de France. Four riders taking part in the 129-kilometer third stage were stopped by the group whose members were waving banners about thirty kilometers from the finish line in Nantes. An intervention by none other than the Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme apparently walked to wonders the protestors were soon hustled away from the cyclists.


 

[ 本帖最后由 greatsea 于 2008-7-17 21:58 编辑 ]

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The new men's tennis rankings are out. And Raphael Nadal has a surprise surprise close the gap on world No. 1 Roger Federer. 545 points now separate the two men. The Spaniard could end the Swiss star's stay at the top place, Federer has been since February 2004, before the end of this season. Of course Nadal's epic victory Sunday in the gentlemen's singles final at Wimbledon was what sent his start. Sorry that if you haven't heard by now and I am surprised you haven't. The Monacon won his first crown of the All England Club and halted Federer's run to five consecutive titles in the process. This match went to distance all five sets and went into the record books as the longest men's championship match in the history of Wimbledon. Doctors have advised Nadal now to take a few days' rest. He has a sore knee. He won't be playing in this week's Mercedes Cup in Germany. Raphael, meanwhile, will reflect on winning Wimbledon.

 

I would love to win here. I mean you know, Hum, today was my first, my third final. And I just focused all the time, and believing the victory all the time, and that's that's what I think.

 

Do you think this will change your life because it's like some piece of history, you know, first Spanish person for 42 years.

 

Well, this, piece of history, yes, because we didn't win for the last 42 years. You know, but that doesn't kind of change my life, for sure not.

 

Are you the best player in the world right now?

 

I did very well for the last couple of months though. For the last few months, I've played better than Roger. But I am still No. 2.

 

How was it during the rain delays, how tough was it to keep concentrated? And how did the first one affect you because it seemed that when you guys came back on court, Rorger managed to get the upper hands?

 

Well, he played very well every time. You know, so I didn't know. I just accepted, we know that the rain's gonna, the rain's gonna be there. Then I just, what's to say, was called my rethink.

 

On the cycling, protesters made their presence known Monday at the Tour de France. Four riders taking part in the 129-kilometer third stage were stopped by the group whose members were waving banners about thirty kilometers from the finish line in Nantes. An intervention by none other than the Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme apparently walked to wonders the protestors were soon hustled away from the cyclists.

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The new men's tennis rankings are out. And Raphael Nadal has a surprise surprise close the gap on world No. 1 Roger Federer. 545 points now separate the two men. The Spaniard could end the Swiss star's stay at the top place, Federer has been since February 2004, before the end of this season. Of course Nadal's epic victory Sunday in the gentlemen's singles final at Wimbledon was what sent his start. Sorry that if you haven't heard by now and I am surprised you haven't. The Mallorcan won his first crown of the All England Club and halted Federer's run to five consecutive titles in the process. This match went to distance all five sets and went into the record books as the longest men's championship match in the history of Wimbledon. Doctors have advised Nadal now to take a few days' rest. He has a sore knee. He won't be playing in this week's Mercedes Cup in Germany. Raphael, meanwhile, will reflect on winning Wimbledon.

 

I would love to win here. I mean you know, Hum, today was my first, my third final. And I just focused all the time, and believing the victory all the time, and that's that's what I think.

 

Do you think this will change your life because it's like some piece of history, you know, first Spanish person for 42 years.

 

Well, this, piece of history, yes, because we didn't win for the last 42 years. You know, but that doesn't kind of change my life, for sure not.

 

Are you the best player in the world right now?

 

I did very well for the last couple of months though. For the last few months, I've played better than Roger. But I am still No. 2.

 

How was it during the rain delays, how tough was it to keep concentrated? And how did the first one affect you because it seemed that when you guys came back on court, Rorger managed to get the upper hands?

 

Well, he played very well every time. You know, so I didn't know. I just accepted, we know that the rain's gonna, the rain's gonna be there. Then I just, what's to say, was called my rethink.

 

On the cycling, protesters made their presence known Monday at the Tour de France. Four riders taking part in the 129-kilometer third stage were stopped by the group whose members were waving banners about thirty kilometers from the finish line in Nantes. An intervention by none other than the Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme apparently walked to wonders the protestors were soon hustled away from the cyclists.

我真心希望能获得守护她的力量
怀着这份心意
我一直静静的凝视着窗外的风景

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The new men's tennis rankings are out. And Raphael Nadal has a surprise surprise close the gap on world No. 1 Roger Federer. 545 points now separate the two men. The Spaniard could end the Swiss star's stay at the top place Federer has been since February 2004, before the end of this season. Of course Nadal's epic victory Sunday in the gentlemen's singles final at Wimbledon was what scent his start. Sorry / if you haven't heard by now and I am surprised you haven't. The Mallorcan won his first crown of the All England Club and halted Federer's run to five consecutive titles in the process. This match went to distance all five sets and went into the record books as the longest men's championship match in the history of Wimbledon. Doctors have advised Nadal now to take a few days' rest. He has a sore knee. He won't be playing in this week's Mercedes Cup in Germany. Raphael, meanwhile, will reflect on winning Wimbledon.

 

I would love to win here. I mean you know, Hum, today was my first, my third final. And I just focused all the time, and believing the victory all the time, and that's that's what I think.

 

Do you think this will change your life because it's like some piece of history, you know, first Spanish person for 42 years.

 

Well, this, piece of history, yes, because we didn't win for the last 42 years. You know, but that doesn't kind of change my life, for sure not.

 

Are you the best player in the world right now?

 

No, I did very well for the last couple of months though. For the last few months, I've played better than Roger. But I am still No. 2.

 

How was it during the rain delays, how tough was it to keep concentrated? And how did the first one affect you because it seemed that when you guys came back on court, Rorger managed to get the upper hands?

 

Well, he played very well every time. You know, so I didn't know. I just accepted, we know that the rain's gonna, the rain's gonna be there. Then I just, what's to say, was called my rethink.

 

On the cycling, protesters made their presence known Monday at the Tour de France. Four riders taking part in the 129-kilometer third stage were stopped by the group whose members were waving banners about thirty kilometers from the finish line in Nantes. An intervention by none other than the Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme apparently walked to wonders the protestors were soon hustled away from the cyclists.

You're waiting for a train, a train that will take you far away. You know where you hope this train will take you, but you can't be sure. But it doesn't matter - because we'll be together.


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