suisaigaka: (josho rikkaidai)
Yukimura Seiichi ([personal profile] suisaigaka) wrote2016-01-30 07:37 am
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I'm sorry I've been so quiet lately. The Australian Open has been going on and I've been quite preoccupied. Disappointed that Federer lost to Djokovic, but to be honest, I'm not that surprised. Shocked that Serena lost, but I still can't get over Nadal's loss in the first round. It was just unexpected. I almost feel like his skill in the sport is diminishing faster than Federer's, but perhaps there will be a change in that since he fired his coach. Only time will tell, I guess.

Nonetheless, just watching the matches has reignited my desire to go pro. I need to discuss the options with my doctors, but I'm determined to make it a reality. They also helped with my figure study assignment. As usual, Federer proved to be a wonderful subject.

Great work, Togei Tennis team. I know these are just practice matches, but they are good practice for the upcoming tournament.

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ahonoyume: (tip of the hat)

[personal profile] ahonoyume 2016-01-31 01:24 am (UTC)(link)
I look forward to the day I can root for you on the big screen, hair twin.
immagini: <user name="tsubo"> (ニシシッ)

[personal profile] immagini 2016-02-02 01:23 am (UTC)(link)
I happened to watch the match as well. You never know what happens in a game, huh. What do you think of the men's final match?

That's amazing. All the best with going pro. Having a goal is important, you might just be the next Nishikori. It's great to hear that it's helping your studies too.

I agree that every practice matches are important. Just as important as tournament matches, I feel. Congratulations for the win.
Edited 2016-02-02 01:26 (UTC)
immagini: <user name="tsubo"> (そう・・・)

[personal profile] immagini 2016-02-05 06:30 pm (UTC)(link)
He surely did. It was pretty sad seeing his expression after the match.

Oh, sorry about that. I hope I didn't offend you.

Thank you very much.