最近大事...
★Australian Open - January 18 - 31 , 2010 - Melbourne (AUS) * TW+3.




8/16 Final 6-3, 6-4, 6(4)-7, 6-4
我們家小費拿到金牌了!!! ^^

1、4 Federinka先發
2、3 瑞典隊先發
1、2、4盤都破對方1次發球局
第3盤互破發球局打搶七


這場比賽Federinka打得很棒
Stan有點失常
不過沒關係 小費連你的份都一起撂下去了啦
發球截擊反拍都超帥的
後來Stan第三盤也有振作
Federinka倒數第二個發球局
Stan 發球超讚的
還有迷蹤步今天也出現了幾次XD
今天好幾局的保發和破發也都超精采的啦!!!
最後在小費的發球局中對方出界贏得勝利
Federinka互相擁抱跳來跳去的
小費還摸了Stan的頭
後來兩人回到休息區前的球場
昨天的慶祝儀式又出現啦 哈哈哈
這次是Stan自己躺下來啦XD
兩人抱得比昨天更緊了~
超開心的~

慶祝儀式後的擁抱! 攝影大哥也太近了吧 XD


百看不厭啦XD (Thx to RF.com - Mark)

哈 我從沒看過奧運的頒獎典禮
今天終於看見囉~
要先鋪紅毯
小費他們還先去換成長袖長褲的服裝
後來出場站到台階後面
小費就急著要站上去了啊~~~XD
(其實是看布萊恩兄弟先站了上去)
後來小費害羞的比了手勢表示不好意思啦
人家可是第一次拿金牌ㄝ~











ㄎㄎ 小費拿到金牌後
馬上把金牌拿起來看 還翻到金牌背面
超像小孩子得到獎賞一樣 迫不急待的XD
後來就放瑞士國歌
升旗的時候
小費紅了眼眶啊~~~~XD
有偷哭喔 還偷擦了眼淚
小費真是性情中人啊~~~



最後所有運動員照像 then 繞場
小費超高興的對鏡頭show出他的金牌啊~~~
看到攝影大哥們 一直在他們前面倒退一步
拍拍拍拍拍 不停的拍XD
明天要買報紙啦 哈
最後回到瑞士國旗後面 瑞士團隊前面
小費把頒獎捧花 丟上去了!!!



^^
雖然少了單打金牌
卻意外打敗雙打名將及第一種子
贏得雙打金牌
真的非常的不可思議
總之 終於為這個賽季增加了一點光芒了


是說這個賽季已經經歷了無數的"哎呀呀呀" (小費失誤的叫聲)
這次小費的雙打真的是充滿輕鬆和歡樂的氛圍
和partner合作 也讓我們看到了不一樣的小費
小費在場上的振奮情緒也展露無遺
C'mon! Yes!
跟著小費一起喊 就覺得很振奮人心 XD
小費 真是太棒了啦!!!

接下來是美網
小費好好休息 好好調整
那個線要調回來喔~
雖然有點不太可能
但還是希望美網場上的小費
可以跟奧運雙打的小費一樣
輕鬆打 壓力不要太大囉
專注場上 勇敢迎戰就對了
別想太多 ^^

FEDERER Roger WAWRINKA Stanislas (4)
       v.s.
ASPELIN Simon JOHANSSON Thomas

1st Serve %: 68 / 66
Aces: 14 / 7
Service Winner: 25 / 10
Double Faults: 2 / 4
1st Serve Points Won: 75 / 54
1st Serve Winning%: 80 / 68
2nd Serve Points Won: 19 / 23
2nd Serve Winning%: 42 / 56
Break Points Converted: 4 / 1
Break Points Opportunities: 7 / 8
Break Point Conversion: 57 / 13
Total Points Won: 138 / 122


Roger Federer
Stanislas Wawrinka

BEIJING, CHINA

FEDERER-WAWRINKA/Aspelin-Johansson
6-3, 6-4, 6-7, 6-3

THE MODERATOR: Questions, please.

Q. You had the ball in your hands to serve for the gold medal, how is your heart beating? What are you thinking?
ROGER FEDERER: Yeah, I mean, it's not the first time this tournament or in my life I had to serve for a big match. But it definitely changed a little bit in doubles where sometimes you don't control that much yourself because guys usually go for huge returns. You know, when Stan held his serve easily, you know, going up 5-2, I knew it's basically all up to me if we don't break.
It's basically the moment you dream of being in, even though there is so much pressure to it. But it's exactly where you want to find yourself, facing the pressure and doing it. I had to go through quite a few second serves to win the game. That made it even harder. Played fantastic.
It's a dream come true. I mean, it's almost disbelief to some degree.

Q. I asked Michael Phelps what it was like to embrace the relays, where it's more than simply yourself. I wanted to ask you the same question. We know you as a singles player. It seemed like you were showing passion and emotion being a team player tonight. Can you talk about that.
ROGER FEDERER: Well, I mean, I really grew up being a team player. Always have been. Love team competition: basketball, soccer. It's always something I've enjoyed doing. When I was in my first Davis Cup, I got my first Davis Cup nomination when I was maybe 16. It was for me the greatest thing.
What I tried to do today is, when I play Davis Cup is that atmosphere in the team is important. It's best, you know. It's really key to having a good atmosphere in the team. That's what we really have. That's why also we had such a good understanding of each other today on the court and throughout the whole week, two weeks. It's something we've been trying to build up for many years, and now especially the last month, talking a lot about how we would like to play doubles.
In the end, that it all comes together, it becomes such a sweet victory, you know, it's obviously fantastic. But, I mean, I've always enjoyed playing doubles. I haven't played it that much lately because obviously the focus was singles and Grand Slams and No. 1 in the world. But it's still something I enjoy doing, especially at the important stages. It's a great feeling, especially celebrating it together. It's way different to celebrating it alone in the pool. I guess Michael Phelps knows that, too. When he wins alone in the pool, it's not the same as when he wins it in relay. And I think you could see it when he won, I think, his third medal, how happy he was. When he wins the relay, it's just a different feeling.

Q. As we're constantly reminding you, this has been a rough year for you by your standards. In that context, in the moment when the last ball floats out, you've won the gold medal, what was that like for you?
ROGER FEDERER: Well, tough moment, second serve. I was just hoping the guy would miss the return. I told myself, you know, let me try for a big second serve because I know I have it in my game, otherwise I'll have Stanley at the net finishing it off himself.
I was just thrilled. Big moment. Sort of dream-come-true moment. You know, maybe comes around once in a lifetime. You know, after that, the celebration starts. It's crazy.
I think he did very well handling the situation, playing with me, because that's not always an easy thing. The way he played, he really played great. He really played the way I was hoping him to play. I think it's great for the future.

Q. Stan, all the questions are to Roger, but how is it for you? In particular, have you had to go through a process of going from being in admiration of this man to being his equal on the court?
STANISLAS WAWRINKA: Yeah, but since many year I know Roger. We practice together. Of course, for me, it's the best player ever in the world. When he told me we gonna play the doubles in the Olympic, it was a dream for me. Now we win the tournament. I tried to do my best all this weeks. Of course, now we won today. We was playing great tennis together. I'm very happy.

Q. Stan, what were your emotions like? What was your feeling as the match progressed?
STANISLAS WAWRINKA: During the match, I just tried to be focused on the game. You know, it's never easy to play the final. But we was playing very good. I tried to stay focused on my game, on his game, to stay in the game.
After the match, of course, for me, it's a dream come true to win the Olympic gold medal. It's unbelievable for me.

Q. After more than four years you on Monday won't be No. 1. What is your feeling about this?
ROGER FEDERER: This feels good (holding up the gold medal). That's my feeling right now (smiling).
I have known that for over a week now, you know, about No. 1 rankings. But it's fine. You know, Rafa played great to get it. That's what I expected and hoped for, you know, many years ago when I got to No. 1, that if ever somebody were to take it away for me, he would have to play an incredible tennis schedule, you know, win the biggest tournaments, dominate the game basically, and then like this he can take No. 1. I didn't want it to happen that I would play completely bad and somebody would pick up No. 1 in the world.
So I think Rafa totally deserves it.

Q. I'd like to know why normally in the slams you don't play doubles, and you wouldn't care that much to win doubles. Here it's more important. Is that true or not?
ROGER FEDERER: Well, I mean, I guess Olympics is different. It's like Davis Cup for me. If I enter this event, I mean, it gives me two opportunities to win gold really. At the same time it's something you just do. When you have the chance to play an Olympic doubles, you do it. In the Grand Slams, the problem is if I were to lose at the Grand Slam in singles because of my doubles, people would take me down. You know, You're playing bad. They wouldn't understand that I maybe played the doubles the night before or whatever it is.
I just want to take any kind of disturbance out of the equation, you know, going into a Grand Slam. I used to play, you know, Grand Slam doubles. But it's just too much. I'd rather be in the city, take it easy, or go and practice nicely for singles, instead of maybe, you know, having it there as a disturbance to my singles.
Unfortunately, singles has become too important. The tour is too professional to make mistakes like that.

Q. Until now you didn't play so many times Davis Cup.
ROGER FEDERER: I've played every year since I was 17.

Q. I'd like to know now if you think Switzerland has a chance to win the Davis Cup and you would definitely play more consistently? You can win singles, you can win doubles. And Wawrinka is No. 10 in the world.
ROGER FEDERER: I agree with you. I think chances are better than ever. I think last time we had two such high-ranked players, we go way back, Rosset and Hlasek were both No. 10 in the world at one stage, but I don't know at the same time. It was not at my level, but I think we definitely have great chances because we cover all surface: clay, indoor, grass, hard court, you name it.
Doubles, we always knew that we had some options with Allegro or with Stan. You know, I think we just proved it this week that we can play very good doubles.
I never had to prove to myself, that I'm a good doubles player. I did that when I came on tour and dominated good doubles teams. I would beat them easily. It's just a matter of playing a little bit more doubles. You know, I haven't made up the plan exactly yet for next year, but I think I'm definitely going to play the first round next year, and that hopefully will be in the World Group after beating Belgium in the relegation round.

Q. How do you value this gold compared with all your other achievements in tennis?
ROGER FEDERER: It's quite different. It's quite unique. I mean, I guess since '92, you know, when Marc Rosset won Olympic gold in tennis for Switzerland, it's something I quite remember. Who knows, maybe a little bit deep down in myself I was hoping to equal that one day or be part of the Olympic Games, seeing the great athletes being part of the Olympics was always something I looked forward to.
Right now this is quite a surreal moment. The joy of sharing this victory with somebody else who I like very much, who we had a great two weeks with, we've mentally been preparing for hopefully this moment, it's quite different to anything I've ever gone through. I could only maybe compare it a little bit to some incredible Davis Cup victories I've ever had. Other than that, it doesn't really compare a whole lot to Grand Slam victories.

Q. How old were you in that moment when you were so happy on court, embracing him, kissing everybody, laughing? In my opinion you were coming back when you were very young. It was someone completely different. Do you agree with me or not?
ROGER FEDERER: Well, I mean, the thing is, I can't just hug a stranger when I win singles (smiling). I could, I guess, but it's just not something you do. The guy would go like, Are you crazy or something? I would just rather not do it.
I think that's the difficulties, you know, I guess in singles play, that you're all alone on the court. You win, you sit down. Going through the ceremony is quite different. I'm not the type of guy that's going to run up into the stands and start hugging my family and all my people who came. I never did that; I will never do it. It's a different approach to winning.
In Davis Cup we've had some crazy moments, you know. People who know me, they know I'm very open and outgoing. It showed today. That's usually how I really am.


這段還真好笑XD

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MY GOD~ 不知道的人還以為是小費撲向Stan把人家壓倒 還是小費被Stan抓來抱抱
好吧~ 其實他們是兩情相悅的XD

8/15 SF 7-6(6), 6-4
Amazing 沒想到直落二ㄝ
哇~
其實之前一直不太喜歡看雙打
總覺得場地很擠
但這場看得好high喔~
還打贏了第一種子布萊恩兄弟ㄝ
Roger怎麼雙打這麼強啦
有ptt版友 Roger乾脆去打雙打好了
不過我想 就是因為心態不同
所以打起來開心 也就不會去想其他的
就是盡力去享受網球
單打的Roger 看起來挺孤單的
雙打的Roger 整個就開心啊~
還有隊友可以聊天放鬆心情
擊出好球或破發 小費都會馬上表現出來跟隊友分享
Stan 感覺就比較沉穩一點
小費就像小孩子一樣 哈XD


記得Roger以前的雙打沒有很好說
該不會是跟Stan搭 這麼有默契XD
雙打還蠻多會在網前短兵相接的
那需要極快的反應
Roger反應真的很快速ㄝ~~~
吼 原來雙打這麼刺激啊~


這場瑞士隊雖然保發沒有布萊恩兄弟容易
可是也是都保下來了
布萊恩兄弟大概是在搶七輸掉後
整個有點被影響了吧
整場比賽我的目光都放在小費和Stan身上
因為我完全就是在享受網球的比賽啊
哈 沒有期待 反而有驚喜啊~
瑞士團隊也是看到破發之後整個high了

我喜歡Roger在打雙打時候的氛圍
我喜歡看他開心打球~
對方出界後 贏的那一刻
小費他們先故作鎮定和對方握完手再慶祝
Stan倒了下來 (聽說是小費叫Stan躺下的XD)
小費不知道在Stan身上做了什麼手勢
最後Stan爬起來和小費擁抱
從休息區到離場
我真的好久好久沒看到小費這麼開心興奮的笑容
最後那個小費的魔法 你是要笑死我喔XD
真high~






PHOTOS FROM RF.com-Mark


明天跟瑞典隊爭金牌囉~
沒有金也有銀~
輕鬆打 ︿︿
好好玩啊~Roger

SF.tv訪問(on Youtube)

August 15, 2008


Roger Federer
Stanislas Wawrinka

BEIJING, CHINA

FEDERER-WAWRINKA/Bryan-Bryan
7-6, 6-4

THE MODERATOR: Questions, please.

Q. Roger, you finally won your Olympic medal, whether it's silver or gold you don't yet know. Can you describe how you feel about the achievement?
ROGER FEDERER: I think at the moment really the emotions winning the semifinals, sort of being excited being in the finals. Obviously the medal is an issue right now. You're like, you know, we've sort of made it, but you want more, right, if already you've got the opportunity.
Yeah, so just very excited. I think we played fantastic tennis. Yeah, we deserve to be in the finals.

Q. How do you think your game was so much shorter than the game before that your opponents played?
ROGER FEDERER: It's quite unusual to have such long matches obviously. You know, but that's what you get when you have long sets sometimes instead of tiebreakers. Makes it obviously very intriguing, you know, for fans to watch that type of matches. But it completely throws off the schedule.
I mean, it's an unbelievable effort by the Swedes to get through. Should be great finals.

Q. Can you make a difference between the gold medal in doubles or singles? Is it the same value for you to win in doubles as it would be in the singles?
ROGER FEDERER: I mean, I guess a medal is a medal. I don't know where you get it from, right? Same in swimming, you know, athletics, where you get it. It's a gold, silver, or bronze.
I'm already very, you know, proud of our achievements. I think it's almost more fun to win together on the court because you can celebrate it nicely and everything. But, yeah, I mean, singles would be awesome for my career. But the doubles, it just proves to myself, you know, what a great doubles player I am, even though I haven't played much lately. I think now having beaten the best in the world really and going for gold, it's an incredible scenario.
So this is a big moment in my career.

Q. You're one of the few people in the world who can sort of understand what Michael Phelps is going through in terms of chasing history. Have you paid attention to what he's doing? Can you explain what it's like to have the pressure that he's going under. It's a bigger thing than just trying to win a swim meet.
ROGER FEDERER: Yeah, I mean, I follow it a little bit, as much as I could. They're usually in the pool in the morning. This is when I'm sleeping. We're having rough days here, you know. I haven't been able to really watch a whole lot of the Olympics. I've been quite disappointed with the scheduling actually this week. That's a different issue.
But what he's been doing is great. You know, no doubt he's been the best under pressure, but I have the feeling he's so much better than the rest. I don't know how much mentally it is. He's just better. I think then maybe it's not a whole lot mental. I think now when it comes down to the last couple, I guess one of them, he can't really control because it's relay. That makes it obviously very difficult. It's sort of for us doubles. You never know what's going to happen.
But no doubt he's writing history. I think it's great to follow it right at this moment because it's happening right now.

賽程亂七八糟~ 害小費早上都在補眠

Q. Stan, when you're on court, people are asking Roger to marry them. They ask for his autograph when you leave the court. Do you feel like you're just the other guy? Is that pressure on you?
STANISLAS WAWRINKA: No, I don't care. It's normal, you know. Roger for me is the best player ever in the world. I am just the No. 10. That is good for me.
But, you know, it's normal all the people wants Roger and not me.

記者整個問得很直接= =||
Stan很有包容力~

Q. You're not one of these regular doubles pairs. Are you surprised to be in the finals? Are you surprised that the Swedish players are in the final? They haven't played a lot together either.
ROGER FEDERER: Well, my guess would have been, you know, before the Olympics anything was possible for any team, you know, because we see unusual doubles teams. I think without a doubt the seeding helped us. I didn't expect to be seeded, but I think we took advantage of that. I think obviously Thomas and Simon coming through their section of the draw. They beat a very good team today. It shows they're in great shape, as well.
But I always believed in my chances, you know, especially having a fellow top 10 player next to me who's been playing so well this year. It's obvious that, you know, if we heat up a little bit and we play well that this is something that could happen. That's why in a way I'm positively surprised, but, I mean, I had high expectations in singles and doubles.
I'm really there, where I was hoping to be.

Q. I think you said last year of the Open, you knew you were playing for history, trying to go for that record. It's a completely different position than most players are dealing with, to deal with that. Is it a media thing or is it actually something you carry out on the court or have in your mind at any time? How do you deal with that, or do you not deal with it, you just let it flow?
ROGER FEDERER: The whole history thing?

Q. Yes.
ROGER FEDERER: No, it's something that sort of builds up, I guess. You've got to win a lot to get there and to be able to talk about it really.
I mean, I've enjoyed it, you know, talking about it, being compared to the greatest. Something, you know, I've worked really, really hard for. It didn't come overnight. It's something I had to work for basically in five years. So for this reason I'm very, very, you know, pleased with my career.
I think once then you get on court and, you know, you try to achieve maybe those things, I don't know, it gets pushed behind and you just focus on the moment itself. At times I guess there's flashes, you know, where you think, Okay, it is possible. But it's not disturbing in any way to me anyway.
It's a nice challenge, actually, trying to -- it's like beating the next generation, trying to play for a long time, trying to stay healthy, trying to beat records. They're all different parts and they all motivate you. That's why I cherish the challenge really.

Q. You are already an Olympic medallist. What is the main difference between this Olympic medal and another tournament, maybe a Grand Slam?
ROGER FEDERER: Well, this only comes around every four years. Big surprise. Nobody knew that (smiling).
Otherwise, I guess playing for your country changes. You know, it's just a different feeling out here. I mean, this is, I guess, the biggest sporting event in the world we have. It's so massive, the organization is so huge, that you feel special to be part of something so important.
Because there is only that many times you can play in the Olympic Games, it's only my third, you know. I played my first at 19. This is such a big moment that you don't want to miss the opportunity to play and do well, so you put a lot of pressure on yourself. That's sometimes why it's not so easy to play in the Olympic Games for us.

from ASAP SPORTS

布萊恩兄弟說"He's a genius with the ball."
Brother Mike added: "He plays loose, relaxed and comes up with the shots. That's why he's the best."


Speeker:
After the match today they wanted to see the match point again...

Federer:
Yeah I am very happy for sure! First medal that is for sure now and he (Wawrinka) played unbelievable well today. It was a big fun to play to today and extraordinaire to beat the best double players of the world. They play the whole time together and me and Wawrinka only about 10 times. To reach that goal is really unbelievable.

Q: Please describe the moment when you knew that you have this medal for sure (match point)
Federer: Ehm yeah it was really nice once again! We celebrated together on the court: He was lying on the court. He was so hot, like a fire! I had to warm myself on him.. no it was really fantastic! It was beautiful!

Q: And what was the sign from the Federinka Box?
Federer: Like I said: He was electrifying.. He was electrified.. (laughing) He is in such a good shape at the moment! Fantastic!

Wawrinka: It’s true that I’m going to be stronger from match to match. And besides that I have a partner on my side who is Roger Federer. This is very helpful and gives me a lot of self-confidence

Federer: I think we’ll play tomorrow again. We will be fit.. that’s for sure (smiling)



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8/15 QF 6-2, 6-4
小費的雙打
打贏印度雙打名將
闖進四強了
對方出界的那一刻
小費的表情就像小孩子一樣的興奮
還帶點不敢相信的感覺XD
後來高興的和stan擁抱
在自己的休息區前方致完意
還跟stan開心的說著話 用法語嗎?!
最後離場 門的上方 有幾個人要給小費簽名
被小費抽了ㄧ個下來簽 走進走道簽名
還有走道旁的小費迷也順便
可是 小費好像沒有把簽名的東西還給門上方的費迷
交由工作人員去還給他啦
那人也太幸運了吧
小費是隨便拿一個來簽的
總之 今天看到小費開心
我也開心啦~~~ ^^
QF from yesterday



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  • 新世界的神
  • 贏了...
    好感動...
    每輸一次就要上頭條...
    為什麼要給他這種壓力...
    而且今年的賽程又安排的這麼OVER...
    小費加油喔^^
  • 雙打進四強
    小費超高興的
    那什麼報導就別提了~

    breakbowl 於 2008/08/15 20:22 回覆

  • 黑夜
  • 天啊~快瘋了~~雙打怎麼打的這麼好ㄚ~~~好棒ㄚ~~~~
  • 對啊 真是出乎意料之外

    breakbowl 於 2008/08/16 00:18 回覆

  • 泡泡
  • 真的真的超級開心的耶
    買尬滴 贏的好棒唷
    我也覺得看雙打滿開心的
    因為小費都會有很多表情耶
    哈哈 尤其是最後那一段
    超有趣的我還以為我看錯勒
    小費好可愛唷 而且整個人超開心的
    我也是感覺他好像很久沒在球場上
    有這麼多開心快樂的表情了
    我太愛ROGER的笑容了
    ROGER加油~~你最棒了!!!
  • 真的 小費超棒的
    開心開心開心啦~
    小費打雙打真的比較放鬆~
    Love you, Roger
    明天好好享受最後一場北京奧運網球吧

    breakbowl 於 2008/08/16 00:45 回覆

  • 黑夜
  • 最後躺在地上'施法'那段真是太好笑了,場邊瑞士加油團mirka他們也一起做那個手勢...一邊好笑一邊又覺得眼眶溼溼的,好感動~~~真希望他們下一場也能開心的奪金啊!!!
  • 小費真是太好笑了
    慶祝方式也這麼有趣 哈~
    超high的~ 我的媽呀
    Go Go Roger & Stan

    breakbowl 於 2008/08/16 00:46 回覆

  • 思蓓
  • 您好,怎稱呼啊?
    我是香港的Roger迷..可是身邊沒有朋懂得欣賞他//.\\
    我極愛Roger的啊!!
    他超可愛,最喜歡看見他笑!!
    愛爆Roger的笑容,是無人能及的><
  • Hi~
    大家都叫我破
    能看到香港的Roger迷來留言
    讓我有點嚇了一跳
    不過還是很高興喔~
    我有一種 小費迷是很多沒錯
    但是卻是分散各地的感覺 = =
    雖然我ㄧ直對身邊的人碎碎念
    但他們卻還是沒有成為小費迷啊~~~
    其中還有人竟然變成納豆迷><
    所以能在blog遇見這麼多的小費迷
    我很高興~ ^^

    看見他的笑容 我也覺得開心
    昨天真是要笑翻了我XD

    breakbowl 於 2008/08/16 10:31 回覆

  • 新世界的神
  • 不行了= =

    我肚子笑的好痛XDD(其實我只想說這句XDD)
  • ㄎㄎ
    不知道今天會不會又有好笑的畫面XD

    breakbowl 於 2008/08/16 19:14 回覆

  • poca
  • 太好了 他們幫瑞士增加了兩面獎牌
    鐵定成為國家英雄
    看到小費的笑容真是最值得高興的事
    對小瓦的好感度也迅速升高中
    瑞士人真是可愛歡樂的民族啊
    難怪是世界上最快樂的國家第二名
  • 原來這樣是算兩面喔
    哈 我以唯一個項目就算這個國家得一面
    沒錯! 很久沒看到小費的笑容
    真的非常珍惜那一刻
    這次雙打讓我看到了球場上不一樣的小費XD
    太棒了!!!
    (第一名是不丹嗎?!)

    breakbowl 於 2008/08/17 00:11 回覆

  • 黑夜
  • 大家今天的網路會不會很卡阿?一場球賽看得支離破碎,快氣死了啦!!!!
  • 不會ㄝ 很順說

    breakbowl 於 2008/08/17 00:13 回覆

  • Charlotte
  • GO GO GO !希望今天又有好笑的畫面畫下句點嚕
  • 有啦 跟昨天樣好笑的畫面XD
    還有小費急著上台 ㄎㄎ
    太可愛了

    breakbowl 於 2008/08/17 00:13 回覆

  • 小貞貞
  • 贏了贏了!小費終於拿下夢寐以求的奧運金牌,雖然不是單打,至少沒有白來一趟、空手而回。希望明天Gonzalez 能爭氣點,阻止Nadal拿冠軍,他最近太打遍天下無敵手,要給他點挫折才行!
  • 對啊~ 也是有贏到金牌
    只是換一種方式
    有總比沒有好啦
    這次的意外收穫
    也讓小費圓了夢

    喔~ 北京奧運到此結束
    我不管他們了啦 XD

    breakbowl 於 2008/08/17 00:15 回覆

  • 黑夜
  • 他們應該非常想擁吻吧~~~~
    應該是前世的戀人喔~~~~
    哈哈哈
  • 唉呦 超好笑的
    拿金牌照相 也交換拿啦XD

    breakbowl 於 2008/08/17 00:16 回覆

  • 拿鐵
  • ya!!開心啦~~
    恭喜fed 心想事成喔
    奧運奪金!
    美網見囉
  • 北京奧運能劃下美好的句點
    真好~
    小費美網加油囉~
    一定也要像這次一樣活力十足!

    breakbowl 於 2008/08/17 00:17 回覆

  • voltsfed
  • 讚啦讚啦!
    Fed怎樣也沒想到在單打失利
    竟然在雙打奪下金牌啦~
    Warinka!我記得你了!
    剛剛回來看到第四盤~
    我昨天沒看
    我還以為他們ㄧ定會輸給兄弟檔
    沒想到~~哈哈~真是太開心啦~
    單打失利的失望一掃而空啦~
    幸好今天Fed又表演ㄧ次施法啦~
    哈好可愛~
  • 對啊~
    意外驚喜
    ㄎㄎ 真是鴻運當頭
    第一種子都給他打敗了
    也許是因為放鬆心情全力以赴的關係
    小費才能打得這麼好~
    希望這份感覺可以延續到本賽季結束囉
    小費的慶祝儀式 實在是太妙了啦!!!
    哪發明的 ㄎㄎ

    breakbowl 於 2008/08/17 00:20 回覆

  • texOO
  • 才剛剛打了一篇令人悲憤的網誌
    結果就看到奪金
    百感交集..

    開心啦!
    奪金萬歲
  • 嘿啊~
    奪金開心啦
    到現在還沒有想睡覺的fu XD

    breakbowl 於 2008/08/17 00:50 回覆

  • 企鵝
  • 只有說不出的感動,
    看到感性的Roger紅了眼眶,
    真的好想哭喔 !!!

    美網加油!加油!加油!
  • ^^
    Roger為國家爭光
    beautiful moment
    小費最棒了!

    接下來前進美網!

    breakbowl 於 2008/08/17 00:57 回覆

  • bonnie
  • 超開心的,想不到在雙打收到意外的驚喜!
    我也看到小費在頒獎那段升瑞士國旗時
    他眼框有小滴淚在打轉了...真是感動ㄋㄟ!

    最後破放的那個小費魔法~~哈!好好笑...卡姐笑的還挺可愛的說!
  • 對啊對啊
    真的是天外飛來的禮物
    老天爺送的大禮
    看到那種場面 就知道小費一定又要哭了啦
    只是這次沒有06澳網那麼慘啦 哈XD

    打進決賽的時候
    第一次看慶祝儀式
    大家都好可愛喔 XD

    breakbowl 於 2008/08/17 01:02 回覆

  • only4rogi
  • 舌吻啦
    我要舌吻(其實是"我")
    (不知為什麼想來鬧)

    好開心
    我想我會維持這種亢奮的情緒好幾天的

    說真的有一個瑞典的我看了不是很爽
    (本人小心眼)
    就是那個有老味的

    反正很開心
    08年最開心的一天

    我說破阿
    那個第二輪的數據表你沒回去看喔
    不是放到第一輪的嗎
  • XD
    看小費打雙打好high喔~
    大家都愛起鬨
    瑞典 我怎麼覺得兩個都很老啊?!
    而小費和stan整個就是兩小無猜啊XD

    那個表我更正囉
    感謝你告訴我啊 ^^

    breakbowl 於 2008/08/17 20:48 回覆

  • 新世界的神
  • 小費阿~~~
    看到你笑了我真的很高興
    感動+興奮
    所以我昨晚失眠了= =
    衝阿~~~
    話說他們兩個有沒有考慮要私奔XDD(被踹)
  • 嘿啊~
    真的是小費開心 我們都開心了
    要是小費真的選擇Stan的話
    應該會比選擇Mirka還要更傷人的心吧XD

    breakbowl 於 2008/08/17 20:50 回覆

  • Emma
  • 哇塞!!!!!!
    原來我的感應沒有錯xdd
    小費真的拿金牌了啦!!!!!!!!!!
    小費可能自己也沒想到會在雙打拿金牌八呵呵

    看小費的樣子的好可愛喔!!
    之前拿到冠軍都是一個人在場上high
    這次雙打有伴可以一起狂歡了哈哈哈
    超可愛超可愛的啦!!!!
  • 嘿啊
    EMMA你真是太神準了啦
    有記者也問他關於這個
    他說這個high樣
    就是平常的他啦 XD
    他很OPEN 外向的 ㄎㄎ
    可惜單打就看不到這樣的小費

    breakbowl 於 2008/08/17 20:52 回覆

  • Julia
  • Great

    我沒看到這場決賽啦!那裡有重播可以看呢
    ?真希望當時我也能立即感受到!
  • 網誌左上方有HiChannel連結
    在影音隨選裡的完整賽事回顧可以看到喔
    找當天的比賽日期

    breakbowl 於 2008/08/17 21:39 回覆

  • poca
  • 破說的沒錯啦
    在統計表上金牌數是算一面
    不過實際上是兩人各有一面
    所以我就自己把數量灌水囉
    這樣也爽啊

    快樂指數第一名的國家是丹麥

    關於小費的慶祝儀式
    在官網上看到的解釋是...
    他用小瓦身體的熱度來暖手
    然後米米團隊們一閃一閃亮晶晶的動作
    是為他們滅火的
    哈哈哈...瑞士人實在太可愛了

    這麼說小費的優雅內斂是裝出來的啊
    沒關係.不管是怎樣的小費我都照愛不誤
  • 原來他們的慶祝儀式是這個意思啊~
    抱歉啊~ 因為Pixnet出問題
    所以昨天網誌消失不見
    到現在問題還未解決
    所以比較晚回囉

    小費是在正式場合
    會比較成熟穩重啦
    那是得體的應對^^

    breakbowl 於 2008/08/21 20:03 回覆

  • misspixnet
  • 親愛的會員您好:

    我們是PIXNET痞客邦的專欄編輯,感謝您用心經營部落格,由於我們非常喜愛您此篇文章內容,
    因此我們將您此篇文章放上了PIXNET首頁專欄,希望有更多PIXNET痞客邦的會員閱讀您的好文章。

    若有任何問題,請至服務專區與我們聯繫,謝謝^^
    http://support.pixnet.tw/index.php

    PIXNET痞客邦
  • 請快點修好部落格
    謝謝!

    breakbowl 於 2008/08/21 20:04 回覆

  • poca
  • 補充說明一下
    我上一則留言說小費的優雅是裝出來的
    完全是開玩笑的啦
    他的優雅絕對是先天氣質加上後天培養的
    這種自然流露的氣質
    正是他最動人和吸引人的地方
  • ^^
    小費家教很好
    在重要場合表現得體也是當然的
    看到不一樣的他
    還蠻開心的XD

    breakbowl 於 2008/08/21 20:05 回覆

  • Charlotte
  • Go federer

    2008年8月18日開始,瑞士人費德勒將交出世界第一的位置,開始他在過去的四年里沒有品嘗過的二號種子的滋味,納達爾通過08賽季以來出色的表現終止了費德勒對世界第一位置持續性的壟斷。

    >>我想說的是這會是小費另一個契機 尤其再雙打奪冠相信是一個很好的轉淚點 有點諷刺 但是瑞士特快車會朝向美網冠軍邁進的!
    不要忘了 小費根納豆差距可是不遠!

    那豆追了快四年 小費加把勁一定可以重回寶座的!
  • 沒提醒 我還差點忘了這回事呢XD
    ok啦~ 世界第二
    我沒意見
    只要能看小費開心打球就好了

    breakbowl 於 2008/08/21 20:07 回覆

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  • breakbowl
  • 目前Pixnet出問題
    樓上的悄悄話
    我看不見><
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