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being an old guy rooting for the old guy have never liked Rafa, but have to admit that I really enjoy watching him mow down bananas during the breaks... The commentators even commented on all the bananas he eats.. Niiice!

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Yeah I don't have one either.. Just watched it online.. Another disappointing loss for Federer...

There are a couple stream directories I refer to... These directory sites come and go but these are working for the time being..

 

http://www.streamhunter.tv/index.php?option=com_lsh&view

http://www.fromsportcom.com/

http://www.liveonlinedot.com/

 

Btw, I recommend ad/script filters for your browser if you try these sites... (the ones that work really well for me are adblockplus and noscript for firefox)..

 

I wish Federer won this Roland Garros =(

Roger has a cow. i have mixed feelings about that...

No, Nadal (supposedly) ate bananas. Federer (my love) guzzled some sort of carb-ish isotonic concoction. He's still perfect though!
Yeah, I saw Nadal munchin on a couple during the breaks.. And he must eat them a lot because the commentators were talking about it..
Agreed :) You can't really compare them, they're so different. And good friends, btw
I saw Nadal eating bananas too - glad Federer didn't beat him.
good point lol
I remember staying at someone's house during the U.S Open and they had the Tennis Channel, I'm assuming the commentator was Martina Navritalova and they were talking about what the players ate, and the food they had for them furnished by the tournament, Martina(or a woman that sounded like her) was talking about how different it was when she played and how much variety they had. The other commentator was mentioning meat and pasta, while Martina kept mentioning all the fruit they had! I thought that was really cool, she was especially excited about the bananas! I like Nadal too, I remember watching Federer when he first started in the Grand Slams, but not Nadal, however, I really like his style. It'd be awesome if a major player got into the fruity lifestyle.
Yes Martina Navratilova is a vegan. She has a youtube video about it. I am as big of a tennis fan as you will find. I thought it was a great match. The best Federer has ever played against Nadal at the French. He had two set points in the first set and the second set was extremely close as well. I would have rather seen Roger win but chances were slim on the clay.        And yes Nadal eats bananas every match along with several other top players. A couple bites every change over.

Good thing he hasn't stopped eating them after this incident a couple of years ago at the French Open...

 

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