… Rocking During The Night.

No, I’m not counting the Kleybs/Suarez Navarro match. I think the only person that was pissed that TC didn’t show the match was Sveta. She made it very clear on Twitter. Well it’s no secret that we really don’t like Fed here. So every loss is a celebration. I don’t care if someone in the comments starts with the records, or the “this is not a slam, so what.” A Fed loss is a Fed loss and we enjoy them. I saw the whole match; stayed up till really late to watch it. I was thinking WTF am I doing watching this Fed match when I could be sleeping? Something kept me awake. Maybe the fates wanted me to see this live.  Thank You, Fates!First let’s give credit where it’s due, even if Fed didn’t. Yes, he didn’t give any credit to Baggy in his press conference and  ppl keep asking why we think that Fed is a total  douche. Baggy played great and showed heart. He saved 3 Mps, 2 in the second set and 1 in the 3rd. This is the first time since the Rome 2006 final against Rafa that Fed lost a match after having MPs.  Baggy is a super talented player that has had really bad luck with injuries. I will keep remembering the awesome winner that gave Baggy BP. That was the point of the match for me, so amazing.

The match was really close: 57 75 76(4). I thought it was over when Fed broke Bags in the 3rd. I wasn’t getting my hopes up. I wasn’t a believer till I saw Baggy with MPs. How many times have we seen Fed about to lose and somehow the fucker escapes? So I was being cautious with my feelings. Now to the hilarious stuff, Fed’s box.

Of course Fed’s boyfriend and fanboy Gavin was there with his awesome wife Gwen. Mirka of course was texting.

Gwen was so into the match. And hey look, Elisabeth Shue! The new urban legend is that Gwen jinxes Fed. She was at the 2008 SW19 final, last year’s IW match when Fed lost to Muzz, and now this year. I think Gwen hates watching Fed’s matches as much as the vitches and every ABF club member. So I officially want to send her a invitation to join the ABF club. You’re welcome anytime, Gwen, and keep going to Fed matches and jinxing him.

I think the only reason that she goes to these matches is because Gavin drags her and she seems to really like Mirka. They both are mothers, like to shop and are married to douches so they have that in common.

Authors Note: I just hope Karma doesn’t come and bite me in the ass later because of this post. I’m looking at you Rafael Nadal Parera. You better fucking win.

FedHate Is Fun: Doha Edition

As we all know, Fed lost today to Kolya. Yeah, the same Kolya that he was 12-0 against just 2 months ago. That makes the second time this year already that Fed has lost to one of his (former) bitchboys. And it’s only January 8th.

(*Beautiful Tennis* means Jazz Hands)

A lot of people wanted to see a Fedal final, some because they like Fed and wanted him to win, others because they think Rafa can kick Fed’s ass and they want to see a beatdown. While I wouldn’t mind the latter option, I’m perfectly fine with no Fedal match, because to me, it’s more fun (and funnier) to see Fed lose to Kolya than to Rafa. Rafa, in my opinion, has owned Fed for at least 2 years. Besides the Madrid final, which had extenuating circumstances attached to it (i.e. the record length Rafole semi and Rafa’s knees), Fed hasn’t beaten Rafa since 2007.

So let’s get shit straight. The matches might be close, but this isn’t a rivalry anymore. It’s a battle, and Rafa won.

I don’t think that there will be a Fedal *final* any time soon. And what I say to that is, “Good. I’m over it.” Delpo, Nole, and Muzz are all much more dangerous and much better rivals to Rafa at this point. Fed’s not much of a threat anymore. Not to Gilles, Kolya, or Julien Benneteau. So let’s put the so-called GOAT out to pasture and watch some *un-beautiful* tennis, with a lot of sweat, grunts, and hotness, shall we?

Hope you enjoyed this premier edition of “FedHate Is Fun.” See ya next time, kids. And remember, get your first Serb in.

You Give Good Quote

So Fed was interviewed today and he came up with this little nugget of crap:

“I got better and better as the season went on,” Federer said. “I was able to bounce back and was on a roll. (Winning in) Paris and Wimbledon showed that I was unbeatable. I can do it again. That’s a good feeling to have, that I can do it again.”

Unbeatable? So the close calls at RG with Haasi-case and Delpo, and then that whole thing where you were in a 5-set match to the death at SW19 somehow means you’re unbeatable? We’ll see, buddy. btw, funny how you got “better” and won all your titles while Rafa was injured :/

I’m Excited And So Is Fed, Apparently

Fed ended 2009 with his 12-0 record vs Kolya finally tarnished at the London WTFs. So what better way to start 2010 by having his 12-0 unbeaten record vs Sod wiped away? (Granted, this was an exo and doesn’t count in ATP stats, but it’s still a legit match imo). Gives me a glimmer of hope anyway. If even Sod -Fed’s #1 bitchboy- can beat him, it’s a really good sign.

Needless to say, I’m excited for 2010. I’m hoping the next streak to end is the consecutive Grand Slam semifinal appearances. How about at the AO in just a few weeks? Yes please.

He won 3rd place, how exciting for him. Ew.