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Timmy should beat that unseeded guy.
Here has been his draw:

1.) Nobody who he was 1 point from being 2-0 down against.(sets)
2.) Nobody
3.) Average player who made silly errors
4.) Under-par and out of form past decent player
5.) Unseeded average player

For the Semi-Finals of Wimbledon...

Huh, how many times have I seen that before. :rolleyes:

(Andre Sa for the semi's last time, heh, well done. :rolleyes: )
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(Original post by Checkey)
Here has been his draw:

1.) Nobody who he was 1 point from being 2-0 down against.(sets)
2.) Nobody
3.) Average player who made silly errors
4.) Under-par and out of form past decent player
5.) Unseeded average player

For the Semi-Finals of Wimbledon...

Huh, how many times have I seen that before. :rolleyes:

(Andre Sa for the semi's last time, heh, well done. :rolleyes: )
Anic knows his way around a grass court...
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WIMBLEDON 2004 - Semi Finals Draw

Will be updated at the conclusion of play Wednesday 30th June

Men's Singles Semi Finals

Remaining Seeds

1. Federer (SUI)
2. Roddick (USA)
5. Henman (GBR)
7. Hewitt (AUS)
10. Grosjean (FRA)
12. Schalken (NED)


Unseeded
Ancic (CRO) - World Rank 63
Mayer (GER) - World Rank 66

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Federer SUI (1) / Hewitt AUS (7) vs Mayer GER / Grosjean FRA (10)

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Henman GBR (5) / Ancic CRO vs Schalken NED (12) / Roddick USA (2)

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Wimbledon 2004 - Women's Singles - Semi Final Draw

Remaining Seeds.

1. S. Williams USA
4. Mauresmo FRA
5. Davenport USA
7. Capriati USA
9. Suarez ARG
13. Sharapova RUS

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S. Williams (1) USA / Capriati (7) USA vs Mauresmo (4) FRA / Suarez (9) ARG

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Lindsey Davenport (5) USA vs Maria Sharapova (13) RUS

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it would be good, if u put the order of play down............
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(Original post by guest1984)
it would be good, if u put the order of play down............
Wimbledon 2004 - Order of Play - DAY 9

Centre Court - 12 Noon Start

1.Women's Singles - Quarter Final

Serena Williams USA (1) vs Jennifer Capriati (7) USA

2. Men's Singles - Quarter Final

Tim Henman GBR (5) vs Mario Ancic CRO

3. Men's Singles - Quarter Final

Roger Federer SUI (1) vs Lleyton Hewitt AUS (7)



Court 1 - 12 Noon

1. Women's Singles - Quarter Final

Ameile Mauresmo FRA (4) vs Paola Suarez ARG (9)

2. Men's Singles - Quarter Final

Sjeng Schalken NED (12) vs Andy Roddick USA (2)

3. Men's Singles - Quarter Final

Florian Majer GER vs Sebastian Grosjean FRA (10)
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Hey, I was just wondering which is the best form of martial arts that protects you the best?
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Hey, I was just wondering which is the best form of martial arts that protects you the best?

I think its Ikido--------> or how ever you spell it
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Spirit combat
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Ikido? What's it like?
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Ikido? What's it like?

well its based on these ideas:

A person can body build for 5 years, his muscles and bones will be as hard as steel, but what is the one thing that cant Harden ever?? Its the Joints!

So its all about how to break up the joints in self defense, i dont reall know that much about it, but onme of my teachs, said he had played it, and said that an intermediate Ikido player could beat a very good karatae person

Sorry about spelling
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Aikido, I have to agree, is very classy. Minimum effort for maximum effect type thing.
I do like karate, though.
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Aikido, I have to agree, is very classy. Minimum effort for maximum effect type thing.
I do like karate, though.
Thanx for spelling correction
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Kickboxing, its soo fulfilling, hard work but I love it! Prefer Capoeira- also a martial art!
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I have very limited knowledge on martial arts XD.
I would so love to know more about them....I have a strange liking for martial arts, although my parents aren't letting me learn any!
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I have very limited knowledge on martial arts XD.
I would so love to know more about them....I have a strange liking for martial arts, although my parents aren't letting me learn any!
I always liked martial arts too, my parents are gonna let me learn karate though What's it like?
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the best to learn is to learn a hard hitting martial art, like karate. and learn judo, whihc is the most useful.
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traditional chinese kung fu is probably the best imo. there are many types, from traditional shao lin style, to southern animal styles, which will include open hand combat, grappling, kicking, wrestling, and all sorts of weapons from staffs, swords, spears, halberds etc.

it requires great gymnastic ability, and is really aesthetically pleasing.

the downside is you'll have to train alot harder than for things like aikido and judo etc, and you have to be very flexible.


or there's always tai chi if you're not a hard hitting person, but be warned that that is a martial art that takes years to perfect - not an overnight sort of skill! it is the ultimate tho!
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Ju-jitsu ain't bad, it's a mixture of karate and judo. It's done me fine for however many years. It includes strikes, throws and holds and some weapon work. I started in primary school but i've had to give it up recently, blame the exams as always. It ain't aesthetically pleasin 4Ed but it does the job, especially when you know what you're doin.
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Muay Thai.
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The ultimate is krava maga. Its basically streeet fighting, and is the official martial art of the israeli defence force.
Its an amalgumation of easy to do moves, effective, from lots of martial arts. Think the weakest move i learnt in it was breaking someones leg.
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